CRISIS: CRITICAL FUNDS NEEDED FOR MOST VULNERABLE

The COVID-19 virus has created an immediate crisis in our community. At Goodman JFS the health and well-being of our community is first and foremost. Throughout this crisis we will continue to serve the most vulnerable in our community.

Moreover, as the situation escalates there will be a greater impact on the number of people who already are one paycheck away from financial disaster, putting them and their families at risk for homelessness, hunger and access to healthcare. Goodman JFS is dedicated to helping everyone in dire need during this difficult time.

As we anticipate having to serve a greater number of people, a goal of $270,000 dollars in additional agency funds has been established to fill the gap caused by this unprecedented health pandemic.  

We are asking you to help meet this goal. 

Your much-needed gift will feed a family, aid an elderly Holocaust survivor, provide financial assistance to seniors, families and individuals and keep families in their homes. 


Please give generously today.
Much gratitude,
Stephen Jackman 
Chairman of the Board 

Lisa J. Rahman
President & CEO
Goodman JFS of Broward (GJFS) is a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization, providing programs and services to those in need in Broward County since 1963. A copy of the official registration SC-00196 and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling 800-435-7352 within the State or visiting www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com . Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the State.

Goodman JFS is funded by The Conference on Jewish Materials Claims Against Germany; Jewish Federation of Broward County; Jewish Federation of North America, Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care; Jewish Family Home Care; United Way of Broward County; The Jim Moran Foundation; The Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation, Inc; Health Foundation of South Florida; Harry Kramer Memorial Fund; Community Foundation of Broward; Parkland Cares; Emergency Food & Shelter Program of Broward; Paul Palank Memorial Foundation; Posnack Foundation Town of Hollywood, TUW, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee; City of Tamarac; State of Florida Department of Financial Services; Publix Super Markets Charities; Dorit & Ben J. Genet; Toyota of North Miami; BankUnited; O’Connell & Goldberg; Telemundo 51; NBC6; Lifestyle Media Group; South Florida Business & Wealth; foundations, and corporate and private funding.