You can make a BIG impact by contributing a small amount of time through these new volunteer opportunities.
Maya Levine established her Gesher l’Kesher fund at her bat mitzvah, a long-standing tradition in her family. A Gesher l’Kesher Fund is an endowment fund established with the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul.
PEARLS for Caregivers is a short-term counseling and life coaching program specifically designed for caregivers dealing with their own depression.
In October of 2018, a report that ranks the mental health and access to care of all states in the US was released by the MHA, Mental Health America.
After nearly three decades with JFS, Bilingual Senior Community Specialist Dora Lender has retired.
Jewish Family Service of St. Paul announces the launch of its redesigned website.
Register to volunteer to wrap all the wonderful B’Yachad gifts at the pop-up space in SIBLEY PLAZA on Sunday, Tuesday or Thursday, November 25, 27 or 29.
Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) is offering the Parent Education Series, Thursday, October 11, from 7-8:30 p.m. at Newman School, 768 Hamline Avenue S, in St. Paul. The topic will be Development, Sexuality and Your Child presented by Family Tree Clinic.
According to a recent report by the Corporation for National and Community Service, (CNCS), the Twin Cities ranked number one among the largest 51 metropolitan areas in the US for the number of residents who volunteer.
Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) was recently selected by the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging (MAAA) to receive funding that will help support the Caregiver Support Group, Dementia/Caregiver Coaching, and PEARLS programs.