JFCS serves as host agency for 2022 NJHSA PowerNet Conference

Annual conference was held in-person for first time since 2019 JFCS was honored to serve as the host agency for this year’s Network for Jewish Human Service Agencies’ (NJHSA) annual conference, “PowerNet 2022: Realizing Global Impact Through Collaboration,” which was held May 15-17 a[...]

112th Annual Meeting: Volunteer Honoree Elizabeth Lewis

JFCS will host its 112th Annual Meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, at JFCS (5905 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley). At the event we will acknowledge the contributions of dedicated volunteers Elizabeth Lewis and Gloria Murman. To RSVP for the Annual Meeting, click here! Elizabeth Le[...]

112th Annual Meeting: Volunteer Honoree Gloria Murman

JFCS will host its 112th Annual Meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, at JFCS (5905 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley). At the event we will acknowledge the contributions of dedicated volunteers Elizabeth Lewis and Gloria Murman. To RSVP for the Annual Meeting, click here! Gloria Murma[...]

111th Annual Meeting: Business Partner Honoree Affiance Financial

JFCS will host its 111th Annual Meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, on Zoom. At the event we will acknowledge the contributions of dedicated volunteers Jory Herman and Alan Ingber and generous business partner Affiance Financial. To RSVP for the Annual Meeting, click here! [...]

JFCS statement against anti-Asian racism and violence

In the past year, there has been a significant rise in anti-Asian racism and violence in the United States, including the tragedy this week in North Georgia where eight people were killed at three separate spas. Six of the people killed were Asian and all but one were women. At Jewish Family and Ch[...]

What’s your plan to vote?

Plan to vote By Clare Gravon • JFCS Food Security Program Coordinator While many of us enjoy the ritual of voting with others in our community on Election Day, this year is different.  If you want to avoid the crowds at your polling place on Nov. 3, here’s what you need to know: Absentee/Early In[...]

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[...]