JF&CS Annual Report; Helping change more than 8,000 lives

Last month, we mailed our 2012-2013 Annual Report, which covers our agency’s fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013.

We are extremely proud of our agency’s accomplishments and if you haven’t received a copy of our Annual Report, I encourage you to click here to read our online version, or contact us to request a hardcopy report be sent to you.

This year, with the support of our staff, board, volunteers, donors, community partners and funders, we helped 8,071 people through life transitions and crises; providing extensive support and resources and empowering those who turn to us in times of need to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency when possible. Through a commitment to helping people in every aspect of their lives, constantly meeting the diverse and ever-changing needs of our community and providing quality programs to individuals and families, JF&CS continually delivers on an unwavering commitment to help every single individual who walks through our door reach a better day.

It is crucial to note that much of the work of our agency would not be possible without the many community partnerships and collaborations of those who have invested in our work in a multitude of ways, and partner with us to ensure the greatest scope of need is consistently being met in our communities. For your partnership as a volunteer, donor, collaborator, referral source, grantor or advocate, we are sincerely grateful.

Your ongoing support is critical to our ability to help our friends and neighbors that need help overcoming a crisis, finding employment, feeding themselves and their families and more. On behalf of the board of directors and staff, thank you for helping Jewish Family & Children’s Service achieve a successful 2012-2013 fiscal year. With your help, we are making a difference one family at a time.

Thank you for helping us change more than 8,000 lives this year. We look forward to serving many more in the year to come.

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