2016 – 2017 Annual Report

SAVING LIVES, RESTORING HOPE

 

Jewish Family and Children’s Services helped more than 80,000 people last year. We continue to strengthen individuals, families, and community across the Bay Area, and are a lifeline for people facing personal crises or challenges.

 

80,000

Total Individual Served

21,000

Children, Teens, and Families Served

17,000

Seniors Served

38,000

Adults Served

2,000

Volunteers in Service

 


 

“Mom says we are going to see our big family at JFCS.”

Alli is a very tough 4-year-old. She has a wonderful family, but it hasn’t been easy for them. When Alli was born with a severe disability her care needs were so great that her mom, Janine, could not go back to work. Money has been very tight and when Alli was only 2-years-old her grandma died suddenly of a heart attack. Janine’s grief was debilitating. Now JFCS has become their extended family and helps with care management, grief support, financial aid, and even counseling for Alli’s brothers.

“I never thought we would need help.”

Ida is proud of her independence and healthy at 87. She did not plan on needing assistance or care later in life, but when her husband of 58 years had a stroke she couldn’t take care of him on her own. With an extremely limited fixed income and no children nearby, Ida and Saul needed home care a few days a week to be able to remain in their home. “I’m slowing down and it’s been so nice to have help with meals and baths for Saul. JFCS will be there for us.”

“We would have been on the streets without JFCS.”

Olivia, a single mom with no family, met a man who promised to take care of her and Marcus. When he began to hit her, Olivia knew they had to leave. She remembers, “I was a mess when we were taken in by JFCS’ Dream Program. It wasn’t only the abuse I was afraid of, but also where we would live and how I could support us.” JFCS helped Olivia find stable housing and provided therapeutic, vocational, and financial counseling. They are safe and back on their feet.

 


 

JFCS CORE ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUE TOTAL:

$34,682,359

 

63%

Fees for Service

28%

 

Individual Contributions

6%

Foundations

3%

 

JFCS Endowment Revenue

 


 

JFCS CORE ANNUAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES TOTAL:

$34,618,717

 

70%

Senior Services

16%

Children And Teens

13%

Adults And Families

1%

Financial Aid, Loans, And Grants

 


 

GEOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN OF EXPENSES

 

60%

San Francisco

22%

Peninsula

15%

Marin County

3%

Sonoma County

 


 

THANK YOU

LEADERSHIP DONORS TO THE JFCS ANNUAL FRIENDS CAMPAIGN

The conscience of the community is best measured by how it cares for the weakest among them. Thank you for helping all in need.


 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Many thanks to the synagogues, schools, and other organizations that partner with JFCS
to strengthen and enrich our community every day.


 

BUSINESS PARTNERS

Thank you very much to our caring friends in the business community who believe that elevating the lives of people in need is an investment worth making.

 


Social Services for Jewish Nazi victims have been supported by a grant
from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

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