Statement on the death of George Floyd

It is with profound sadness that Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis acknowledges the horrific event this week in our community resulting in the brutal death of George Floyd. We offer our sympathies to his family and friends. Mr. Floyd’s death was both tragic and senseless, and [...]

COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions

https://www.jfcsmpls.org/navigating-working-living-caregiving-and-schooling-from-home-a-few-simple-tips/ Is JFCS open during the Governor’s Stay at Home order? Yes, while our building is closed for most activity, JFCS remains committed to our mission. We are providing the same professional services we always do – in new ways – to help NOW. • Just call JFCS at 952-546-0616 and someone wil[...]

Golden Valley Rotary names JFCS its 2019 Business of the Year

Rotary presented award to JFCS on Oct. 29 Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis (JFCS) is excited to announce that it has been selected as Golden Valley Rotary Club’s 2019 Business of the Year! October is "Economic and Community Development Month" for the Rotary International c[...]

Just Call JFCS: It’s not just another tagline

Intake and Resource Connection is JFCS' first response to requests for help   At JFCS, we like to stress that we are the first place people call for help when they are facing a challenge. However, even people who are aware JFCS provides assistance in a multitude of areas are often unsure wh[...]

Solar panels on JFCS’ new building help us go green

Noble Conservation Solutions Noble Conservation Solutions donated solar panels to JFCS   In partnership with Noble Conservation Solutions, JFCS recently installed two solar systems as part of our commitment to incorporating health and environmental design elements to the Stillman Family Foundation Building. The solar P[...]

Jeff Barin installed as new JFCS Board President

Barin began volunteering with agency 30 years ago   In the 1980s, Jeff Barin was a single dad who moved away from Minneapolis for a short period of time. His son, who was 9 at the time, was enrolled in JFCS’ Jewish Big Brother/Big Sister Program so he could have a “Big Brother friend.[...]