Jewish Family Services seeks end-of-year donations to support 1,000 neighbors in need

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Jewish Family Services (JFS) of Middlesex County is $10,589 away from its goal to raise $50,000 to help 1,000 more of neighbors in need.
An end-of-year donation will help a family who is struggling with food insecurity, unemployment, isolation or depression.
JFS provides Holocaust survivors with transportation to doctor’s appointments, sends single mothers back to school for career training, gives civics textbooks to aspiring U.S. citizens learning English, delivers hot meals to homebound seniors and feeds families from kosher food pantries.
JFS helps more than 25,000 people every year.
Ninety-four cents of every dollar donated directly support JFS programs.