Save the Date for Lifecycles & Laughtracks celebrating 75 years of JF&CS

This year marks an important milestone in JF&CS’s history, as we celebrate our 75th anniversary of service to the Greater Pittsburgh community. We hope you’ll join us at our upcoming gala, Lifecycles & Laughtracks, on Saturday, November 17, 2012, to help us celebrate.

Lifecycles & Laughtracks will be an exciting night of food, friends and entertainment with our valued supporters, along with five-time Emmy Award winner Alan Zweibel, renowned writer of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and the original “Saturday Night Live.”

For 75 years, we’ve proven that a better day is always within reach.

Our message for our 75th anniversary speaks to the work of JF&CS which has touched the lives of so many individuals and families. Throughout our history, JF&CS has continuously evolved to meet our community’s changing needs, constantly innovating to ensure we deliver the very best services to those in need, and making good on our promise to help our clients reach a better day — for every individual and family who walks through our door.

In this current economic environment, JF&CS is being asked to do more for an ever increasing number of individuals and families. Your generous support of our 75th anniversary celebration helps ensure that we can continue to respond to all who turn to us in times of overwhelming lifecycle transition or crisis.

And you are sure to have a wonderful time!

Gala chairs are past board chair Carolyn Mendelson and husband Marc. Honorary chairs are long-time JF&CS supporters Barbara and Herb Shear.

Click here to visit our gala website for exciting event updates, ticket and sponsor information and more.

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