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JFS helps seniors maintain a high quality of life, provides quality mental health counseling, offers training and job placement to people with significant barriers to employment, and provides food and financial aid to individuals and families in crisis.Every year, our human services agency benefits nearly 24,000 people of all faiths, races, ages, incomes, and abilities.
12-year-old Hannah Kutnick recently organized her third annual “Backpack Bonanza,” a drive to generate donations for back-to-school backpacks and school supplies for at-risk children.We were thrilled to partner with seven corporate groups to fill many of these volunteer slots: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), Da Vita, First Bank, Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE), Randstad, South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee, and Xcel Energy.Many of these groups took multiple shifts on various days throughout the summer.Mike’s engaging biweekly and holiday services regularly attract both Jewish and non-Jewish residents.I have some exciting news to share about a new project at JFS that will enhance the quality of our services and provide a better experience for those we are fortunate to serve.The program targets children who receive free or reduced lunches during the school year but are at risk of going without during the summer months.
In addition to the meals, more than 12,000 books were distributed to children to encourage a love of reading and learning.
Last March, Jessica Allen was faced with a dilemma.
Her father was facing certain death and she had no idea where she would find a rabbi who could put him to rest in a way that would honor his life and Jewish faith.
Business customers appreciate the excellent customer service, high-quality work, attention to detail, and quick turnaround.
For the past three years Mike Korn has served as a JFS volunteer para-chaplain, leading Shabbat services for the residents of High Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care.
Last year, Trader Joe’s donated 84,000 pounds of food, enough to make 65,000 meals.