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True Communal Joy for Elders at Chanukkah
December 20, 2017
This past Sunday, we celebrated the 12th Annual Friendly Visitor Chanukkah Celebration sponsored by Claire and Norton Sherman, of blessed memory.

Letter from Our Senior VP of Institutional Advancement
December 19, 2017
“Your future is whatever you make it, so make it a good one.” Wendy Wilsker reflects on how JF&CS works hard to do just that.

Different Cultures, Same Sacrifice
December 14, 2017
JF&CS Shoulder to Shoulder delegation visits Israel to learn more about resiliency programs supporting military members and their families.

Many Clergy Voices Send One Important Message
December 12, 2017
As we prepare to light Chanukkah candles during this darkest period of the year, we are thrilled to announce that more than 100 rabbis and cantors have signed on to the Many Voices, One Message Campaign.

Message from our CEO Rimma Zelfand
December 7, 2017
I am inspired every day by our donors, volunteers, and staff who give their time, talents, and resources to transform and enrich the lives of families for generations.

Tremble Clefs Reflection
December 5, 2017
From its cheeky name to the ingenious reworking of classic tunes to incorporate lyrics that make light of their disease, the Tremble Clefs’ approach to music exemplifies their strength and optimism in the face of Parkinson’s.

Q&A with Deb Shrier
November 28, 2017
Hear from Deb Shrier, Director, Community & Program Development in Central MA and Director, Mental Health.

An Unexpected Gift on My Path to Adoption
November 21, 2017
In the beginning, I was just grateful to know that I wasn’t alone in hoping to adopt a newborn baby domestically as a single woman. Slowly, as we were each matched with birth parents and babies, our Adoption Resources “support group” became a true anchor for each of us.

Bob’s Discount Furniture Donates to Those in Need
November 15, 2017
Residents of the JF&CS Ransom Road residence in Brighton were elated when a truck from Bob’s Discount Furniture pulled up in front of their home on Thursday, November 2.

Sniffing Out a Solution
November 8, 2017
Our hope is that this important information, like the existence of the Kidde Explosive Gas Alarm, can be shared with all those living with Parkinson’s disease so they can feel safer in their homes.

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