2017 – 2018 Annual Report
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.
Total Individuals Served
Children, Teens, and Families Served
Volunteers in Service
“I’ve been in survival mode and trying to provide for my family. Asking for help is tough, but JFCS makes it less dramatic and has made sure we have what we need to survive this.”
—Todd, JFCS Emergency Services client who lost his home to the October 2017 wildfires in Sonoma County
“I never dreamed violence and abuse would be part of my life. Thanks to JFCS, my life has turned around completely. My kids are thriving, we have a home, and we have hope now.”
—Anna, JFCS Dream Program client
“Counseling and therapy for Max completely changed his school experience and the upheaval that was happening in our home. It’s been hard, but thanks to JFCS, we feel like our little boy is happy again.”
—Stephanie, mom of Max and JFCS Parents Place client
JFCS CORE ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUE TOTAL:
Fees for Service
JFCS Endowment Revenue
JFCS CORE ANNUAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES TOTAL:
Children and Teens
Adults and Families
Financial Aid, Loans, And Grants
*Unaudited year-end figures for 2017 – 2018 year.
GEOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN OF EXPENSES
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.
Many thanks to the synagogues, schools, and other organizations that partner with JFCS
to strengthen and enrich our community every day.
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.
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Social Services for Jewish Nazi victims have been supported by a grant
from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.