A Nonprofit, Comprehensive Human Services Organization in Louisville, KY

EVENTS
JFCS Food Drive
Benefits the Sonny & Janet Meyer Food Pantry

Help us fulfill the mitzvah , the obligation,
of caring for those in need. 


Over 100 people rely on the Food Pantry each month. More than 40 percent are children.

We’ve seen a 27 percent increase in Food Pantry use in the last year and expect the usage to continue to grow.
Bring your donations to Jewish Family & Career Services or your synagogue by Thursday, October 10, 2019.
Over 100 people rely on the Food Pantry each month. More than 40 percent are children.

We’ve seen a 27 percent increase in Food Pantry use in the last year and expect the usage to continue to grow.
WHAT TO DONATE
Your favorite shelf-stable foods:
You can donate toiletries, too:
• Canned Goods  
• Cereals and Pastas 
• Proteins (Tuna, Peanut Butter, Nuts)
• Diapers 
• Toothpaste and Toothbrushes 
• Shampoo
Please, no open packages and no expired foods.
Sunday 
August 25
11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
At The Temple

$10 Buffet
(Kids Under 3 Eat Free!)

Purchase your tickets from a 
volunteer, at JFCS or at the door.

KIDS’ CORNER
Fun for all ages!

Benefits the Sonny & Janet Meyer 
Family Food Pantry Fund
Colleen Clines
Designing Change:  
Applying Design and Business to a World in Need
Monday, September 23,  7:30 p.m.
The Temple  5101 US Hwy. 42
On a fateful trip to India, Colleen and her sister Maggie had the novel idea to use design thinking to create jobs, products and services to help women escape the sex trafficking trade. Colleen will share the realities of sex trafficking and how Anchal, a nonprofit social enterprise, uses design and business to create successful outcomes for survivors of exploitation in India and Kentucky.


Join us as a sponsor: At $250+ you will be invited to a pre-event reception with Colleen Clines. Contact: Lisa at 452-6341, ext. 116 .
SAVE THESE DATES
Give for Good Louisville
Thursday, September 12
We hope you will help make this the best day of giving Louisville – and JFCS – has ever experienced!
Caregiver Conference
Monday, November 11, Noon 3:30 p.m.
If you are caring for a loved one, this is your day for resources, support and community connection to other family caregivers. Contact Jessica at 452-6341, ext. 153.

SUPPORT GROUPS
JFCS Offers a Variety of Free Support Groups
  • Adult Children of Aging Parents
  • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
  • Parkinson's Caregiver Support Group
Learn about community resources and bring balance to your life. Visit our website for details about upcoming sessions .

Shabbos Friends

Help Someone!  
Volunteer to visit a retirement community once a month to share challah, juice and your company with Jewish residents.

Know Someone?  
Let us know when you, a family member, or friend enters a rehab center or retirement community and we’ll arrange for a volunteer to visit.

Contact Diane at 452-6341, ext. 360.
WAYS TO SUPPORT JFCS
“I am a Life & Legacy donor because I value the JFCS mission to provide care, respect and kindness to those in need.
  
  – Robin Stratton
Food Pantry Needs
Cereals | Chicken | Pastas | Hearty Soups Tuna | Canned Fruits | Peanut Butter

Drop items at JFCS or local synagogue. Food in original packaging before expiration date. Monetary donations also may be made to the Sonny & Janet Meyer Family Food Pantry Fund.

Would You Like To Get Involved?
We're always looking for volunteers to help with the services we offer the community. Included below are a few to consider.
Shabbos Friends | Pledge 13 | Family Mitzvah | Food Drive
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You can help JFCS continue caring for those in need by making a financial contribution right now!

502-452-6341
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