David Lauer is JFCS’ new Development NextGen Coordinator. NextGen engages community members ages 21–36 through social events, volunteer and leadership opportunities, and a giving circle. Its mission is to provide opportunities […]
onday, Feb. 26, was move-in day for Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis (JFCS)! Staff spent the day unpacking boxes, setting up computers, hanging pictures and much more at […]
It’s all about food events this week!
It’s at a hotel. There’s a famous comedian that’s not a “Jewish comedian,” there’s a 40-and-under pre-party. Oh yeah, and 2-for-1 tickets. Details inside.
In our weekly profile series, Who the Folk?!, we’ll interview a different member of the TC tribe every Monday. This week: Dana Shapiro!
Join JFCS NextGen at their Winter Party at the Big Thrill Factory. Unlimited bowling, laser tag, bumper cars, arcade games and more!
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis (JFCS) is holding its milestone 25th Annual Benefit on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Hilton Minneapolis (1001 Marquette Ave S). As one of the biggest fundraising events in the Twin Cities, there are dozens of reasons to attend the Benefit, but here are 10 particularly good ones:
Author Linda Glaser on her love of books, where ideas like Hoppy Hanukkah come from, and her involvement with PJ Library, a program through JFCS that gives free Jewish books to kids 8 and under.
Come learn about traditional, alternative and holistic strategies for the everyday challenges teens and families face.
You’re invited to the Sabes JCC this Sunday for “Our Stories–Our Abilities” — a community-wide celebration of the accomplished musical and artistic talents of local community members with disabilities.