Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey’s staff, board members, and supporters gathered to mingle, nosh, and celebrate JFCS at its annual meeting on June 11 at Congregation Beth Sholom in Teaneck.
Susan Greenbaum, JFCS’s CEO, spoke about courage and the agency’s many accomplishments. Its board president, Debbie Harris, discussed the agency’s strategic planning process and its vision for the future as it continues to build.
Iris Bornstein and Rich Feldman were honored as volunteers of the year. Both have volunteered with JFCS for many years, delivering Kosher Meals on Wheels, helping Holocaust survivors, and leading the Ride to Fight Hunger bike committee. This year’s JFCS Ride to Fight Hunger, set for June 23, will raise funds to support JFCS’s food assistance programs, including Kosher Meals on Wheels and food pantries in Teaneck and Fair Lawn.
Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey, an agency of the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, is a nonprofit organization providing a full range of integrated social services through licensed therapists for all the members of a family, including adults, children, teens, and seniors. Programs and services include mental health counseling, senior care management, emergency services including food pantries, information and referrals, and career, after-school, and support group programs. For more information, go to jfcsnnj.org.