JFS_Annual Report_2017

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ANNUAL REPORT


$ 305K

FOOD & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

146 Jacobson Family Food Pantry Food Drives

were held throughout the year.

110,000 pounds of food was distributed

through the Jacobson Family Food Pantry.

Total amount of financial assistance provided this year.

$ 3.75M

SENIOR SERVICES

420 Holocaust survivors helped.

450 members from the Feldman Family

Diamond and Adventure Club.

Dollars provided for Holocaust survivor care.


85K

SHIRLEY & BARTON WEISMAN DELRAY

COMMUNITY CENTER

1,300 members

3,100 classes

100 volunteers dedicated to Weisman Center

Total annual visits

Help.

8,200

COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Services provided to approximately 700

individuals and families

# of sessions of individual and family therapy,

counseling, psychiatry and psychological testing.


$ 197K

CENTER FOR FAMILIES & CHILDREN

159 Assessments were performed for victims of domestic abuse.

Assisted 46 individuals with special needs and their families by

providing $50K in financial assistance.

Provided in summer camp scholarships which

enabled 295 children to attend summer camp.

180

CAREER & EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

250 candidates enrolled in CES programs

32% Increase in job placement this past year.

Candidates have found employment through CES

Hope.


$ 964K

BELFORD FAMILY VOLUNTEER DEPARTMENT

Utilizes over 1,000 program and special event

volunteers who provide over 40,000 hours of service.

Value of volunteer service hours*

*According to the Independent Sector. A leadership network for

non-profits, whoindependently calculate the value of a volunteer hour of work.

Humanity.


Our

Mission

Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services (JFS)

offers help, hope and humanity through our

comprehensive range of programs and services which

support people of all ages and beliefs.

With locations in Boca Raton and Delray Beach,

JFS programs and services include food & financial

assistance, senior services, counseling & mental

health services, career & employment services,

family & children’s services, as well as many

volunteer opportunities.

Funding is provided by individuals, corporations,

grants, special events and donors who support our

mission and bring hope to thousands in need.

WE ARE PROUD TO

REPORT THAT

84 %

OF EVERY

DOLLAR RAISED

GOES DIRECTLY

TOWARD THE

PROGRAMS

WE SUPPORT.

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CONTENTS

3 Message from the Board Chair

and President & CEO

4-5 Financial Information

6 Food and Financial Assistance

7 Senior Services

8 Weisman Center

9 Counseling & Mental Health

10 Center for Families & Children

11 Career & Employment Services

12 Belford Family Volunteer Dept.

13 Board of Directors

14 Ways to Support JFS

15-18 Our Donors

19 Grants

20 Corporate Sponsors

21 Future Planning

22-24 Endowments


MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD CHAIR

AND THE PRESIDENT & CEO

DEAR BOARD MEMBERS, SUPPORTERS, VOLUNTEERS, AND FRIENDS,

We are pleased to present you with the 2016-2017 Annual Report on the activities of Ruth & Norman Rales

Jewish Family Services (JFS). Our fiscal year runs from September 1, 2016 through August 31, 2017.

During this fiscal year JFS received our largest single one-time gift in the agency’s history from the Estate of

Bernard Sherman. This $2.3M gift will support our many programs and services which serve people of all ages

and beliefs. In addition, our annual fundraising and legacy giving efforts continue to grow with several new and

increased gifts.

We are extremely proud that for the third year in a row, JFS has earned a Four Star Rating from Charity Navigator,

America’s largest independent charity evaluator. This designation is important because our donors can trust that

JFS utilizes our funds wisely in fulfilling our mission of providing help, hope and humanity to our neighbors in

need. Also, for the third year in a row, JFS was named a Top Workplace by the Sun-Sentinel. The three years

represent every year that the Top Workplace has existed in our area. What

makes this award truly special is that the evaluation is based upon the

feedback provided by our dedicated staff.

Since adding the Center for Families and Children, JFS has had the staff

capacity to deploy immediately after a tragedy to support the community

in times of need. Our Community Outreach professionals have provided

support groups, linkages to emergency financial assistance and other available

community resources following a hurricane or other crisis. As time goes on, the

impact of having the Center for Families and Children is evidenced by the many

positive outcomes resulting from all the program under this Center’s umbrella.

One of those positive outcomes is in the Special Needs Department which

added a for-fee case management service for adult children living in our

community. This was created as a response to a community request, specifically

for adults with disabilities, whose needs differ from our existing geriatric case

management program, CareLink. Through donor support, JFS is able to provide

both of these programs on a sliding-scale basis for those who qualify.

Recognizing the on-going and continued increased needs of our Holocaust

Survivor clients, JFS received additional funding from the Claims Conference

for Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program. In addition, as a result of grass

roots efforts by many of our donors and supporters, we were able to

successfully maintain current State of Florida funding for this program during

the budgeting cycle.

Outgrowing our current space on the Federation campus, in August of 2017,

JFS staff from our Senior Services and Career and Employment Services (CES)

departments relocated into new space providing a state of the art training

facility for CES, and allowing other programs the space they needed to

continue to provide services.

JFS at Home, Inc. began repayment of the loan from JFS for start-up and

operating costs. JFS continues to be a great partner of JFS at Home, Inc. as we

strive to continue as the premiere human service agency serving our community.

None of these accomplishments could ever be achieved without the efforts

of our dedicated staff, Board of Directors, volunteers and YOU, our generous

supporters. Thank you for your generosity in support of our work.

Sincerely,

Ron Reshefsky

Chair, Board of Directors

Danielle N. Hartman

President & CEO

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COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT

REVENUE AND

SUPPORT

$18,311,658

2%

$399,216

Contributed

Materials &

Services

(non-cash)

11%

$2,034,229

Program

Revenue

5%

$844,170

Federation

Allocation

5%

$953,253

Fundraising

Events- Gross

FUNCTIONAL

EXPENSES

$12,173,647

33%

$6,080,773

Pledges,

Grants &

Contributions

44%

$8,000,017

Restricted

for Future

Program Use

5%

$631,516

Fundraising

#

84%

$10,284,462

Program

Services

10%

$1,257,669

General &

Administrative

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# Includes two non-operating transactions resulting in a large increase in temporarily restricted

revenue for the year, one of which is a multi-year commitment which will show as a receivable.


SUPPORT

Pledges, Grants and

Contributions

UNRESTRICTED

BOARD

DESIGNATED

TOTAL

TEMPORARILY

RESTRICTED

PERMANENTLY

RESTRICTED

TOTAL

$6,080,773 $6,080,773 $8,000,017# $14,080,790

Fundraising Events $953,253 $953,253 $953,253

Federation

Allocation

$844,170 $844,170 $844,170

Contributed Facilities

and Services

$399,216 $399,216 $399,216

Total Support $8,277,412 $8,277,412 $8,000,017 $16,277,429

REVENUE

Program Revenue,Net $950,154 $950,154 $950,154

Net appreciation in

fair value of

investments

$424,827 $174,718 $599,545 $319,912 $919,457

Other Revenue $164,618 $164,618 $164,618

Total Revenue $1,539,599 $174,718 $1,714,317 $319,912 $2,034,229

Total Support and

Revenue

Net Assets Released

from Restrictions

EXPENSES

$9,817,011 $174,718 $9,991,729 $8,319,929 $18,311,658

$2,017,143 $2,017,143 ($2,017,143 )

Program Services $10,284,462 $10,284,462 $10,284,462

General and

Administrative

$1,257,669 $1,257,669 $1,257,669

Fundraising $631,516 $631,516 $631,516

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

Total Expenses $12,173,647 $12,173,647 $12,173,647

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

Change in Net Assets $(339,493) $174,718 $(164,775) $6,302,786 $6,138,011

Net Assets -

Beginning of Year

Net Assets

End of Year

ASSETS

$4,489,732 $2,327,877 $6,817,609 $4,072,271 $3,719,118 $14,608,998

$4,150,239 $2,502,595 $6,652,834 $10,375,057 $3,719,118 $20,747,009

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Cash and Cash Equivalents* $1,458,406 Accounts Payable and

Accrued Liabilities

$742,559

Program Receivables, Net $46,872 Deferred Membership Revenue $225,592

Grant and Other Receivables $4,314,258

Endowments $11,861,754

Prepared Expenses and Other Assets $151,394 Total Liabilities $968,151

Property and Equipment, Net $3,882,476

NET ASSETS

Unrestricted $4,150,239

Unrestricted - Board Designated $2,502,595

Temporarily Restricted $10,375,057

BALANCE SHEET

Permanently Restricted $3,719,118

Total Net Assets $20,747,009

Total Assets $21,715,160 Total Liabilities and Net Assets $21,715,160

* Includes funds restricted to the Food Pantry for $381,342

# Includes two non-operating transactions resulting in a large increase in temporarily restricted revenue for the year, one of

which is a multi-year commitment which will show as a receivable.

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FOOD & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

PROGRAMS

AND SERVICES

Caring Doctors

Emergency Financial

Assistance

Hebrew Free Loan Society –

Interest Free Loans

HOT Senior Assistance

Program (Available to Food

Pantry clients who qualify.)

Information & Referral

Jacobson Family

Food Pantry

Jewish Educational Loan

Fund – Interest Free

College Loans

Meals on Wheels

Subsidized Home Care

Cooper Fund for Families

with Special Needs Children

Rose Golden Fund for

Indigent Care

Silverstein Fund for

Senior In-home Care

Viner Compassionate Care

Fund for Children and

Families in Crisis

JFS WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE:

The Jim Moran Foundation for

their support of our Meals on Wheels

Program. Publix Super Markets

Charities for providing emergency

hurricane supplies.

JFS provides a lifeline to individuals and

families in crisis, providing emergency funds for basic necessities

and other needs, including subsidized home care. The Jacobson

Family Food Pantry provides bi-monthly food packages to

qualified seniors, individuals and families. Meals on Wheels

Program provides prepared meals to those seniors no longer

able to cook for themselves.

JON AND ANNIE

Jon and Annie were living the American dream - until they weren’t.

With two kids, a house in the suburbs, and a double income, they

had money for Little League and dance lessons and the occasional

date night. But Jon, a respected civil engineer, lost his job in the last

recession. Eventually, he took whatever employment he could find,

even if he was over-qualified, becoming one of an estimated 9 million

Americans who is underemployed. Initially, the couple was able to

dip into their savings and 401(k) for the essentials: health insurance,

rent, power bill, groceries. They were reluctant to contact JFS, as the

couple was used to their role of a JFS supporter, not a JFS client. When

they came to us requesting assistance, we were able to help them

by providing food through our Jacobson Family Food Pantry and by

providing emergency financial assistance.

HIGHLIGHTS

A total of $305,000 in financial assistance

was provided.

146 Jacobson Family Food Pantry Food Drives were

held throughout the year.

110,000 pounds of food was distributed through

the Jacobson Family Food Pantry.

Over $87,645 in aid as distributed through Hands

on Tzedakah (HOT) Financial Assistance and the

HOT Senior Assistance Program.

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Care specialists help seniors age in place

safely for as long as possible with dignity and independence.

Services include assessment and planning, care coordination,

patient advocacy, information and referral, companionship and

many socialization opportunities. JFS is a vital link between

loved ones living in our community and their families living

out of state.

BEA

Bea spent her youth being sent from concentration camp to

concentration camp. Now at 97 years old, all she wants is to be

able to live in her own home for as long as possible. Because of

JFS, she can. Bea receives home care and personal care through

our Holocaust Survivors Assistance Program. Participating in

socialization opportunities through our Telephone Reassurance

and Friendly Visitor Programs reduces her feelings of isolation. In

order to ensure Bea keeps up her strength, JFS provides her with

food from our Jacobson Family Food Pantry. Bea is an intelligent,

articulate and a very proud person who values her independence.

Thanks to the services she receives through JFS, Bea is able to age

in place with grace and dignity.

PROGRAMS

AND SERVICES

Assessment and Planning

Caregiver Resources &

Respite

CareLink

Case Management Services

Chaplaincy

Counseling and Support

Groups

Financial Assistance

Feldman Family Diamond/

Adventure Clubs

Friendly Visitors

Holocaust Survivor

Assistance

HOT Senior Assistance

Program

Information & Referral

Services

Jacobson Family

Food Pantry

Kibbitz & Ride Volunteer

Driving Program

Meals on Wheels

Patient Advocates

Rales Rides

Senior Companions

Shirley & Barton Weisman

Delray Community Center

Socialization Programs

SENIOR SERVICES

Telephone Reassurance

HIGHLIGHTS

420 Holocaust survivors were served through our Holocaust

Survivor Assistance Program. More than $3.75 million

dollars was provided for homecare, personal care, cleaning

services and emergency grants for them.

450 Members participated in the Feldman Family Diamond &

Adventure Club programs.

JFS WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE:

The Conference on Jewish Material

Claims Against Germany (Claims

Conference), Hands on Tzedakah

(HOT), and NEXT GENERATIONS for

their support of our Holocaust Survivor

Assistance Program.

The Boca Raton Regional Hospital

Foundation for their support of our

Kibbitz & Ride program.

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HOURS:

Monday, Tuesday &

Thursday

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Wednesday

9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Friday

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

OUR CENTER

IS HOME TO

Over 1,300 members enjoy a variety of

activities ranging from arts and culture to health and wellness,

lectures, movies, entertainment and socialization. The Shirley &

Barton Weisman Delray Community Center continues to provide

a bright, cheery center for those 60 and over, where mind and

bodies stay active and friendships are made. In June of 2015,

JFS kicked off the Rales Rides program. The bus transportation

program enables hundreds of seniors, who do not have their

own transportation, access to the wealth of programs that take

place at the Weisman Center.

Blume Café

SHIRLEY & BARTON WEISMAN

DELRAY COMMUNITY CENTER

Caregiver Resources &

Respite

Case Management Services

Computer Classes

Cultural, Social and

Recreational Programs

Educational Lectures &

Workshops

Feldman Family Diamond/

Adventure Clubs

Health & Wellness

Programs

Individual & Group Therapy

Movie and Theater Events

Rales Rides Transportation

Services

Volunteer Opportunities

HIGHLIGHTS

Membership exceeded 1300 individuals.

Conducted over 3,100 classes.

JUDIE & STAN

Judie and Stan are performers at heart and lucky for us they

love sharing their passion for dancing and acting by starring in

Weisman Center productions.

Val Chevron, director of Weisman Center performances met

the couple at a dance hall almost two years ago. Upon seeing

them dance, Val immediately recruited them stating, “I need

you for our shows!”

Stan stated “We love the fact that we can entertain so many

people by doing what we love.”

When they are not preparing for an upcoming role, Judie & Stan

participate in acting, dancing and even Improv classes, all offered

at the Weisman Center.

Judie added “Improv is great for improving memory. Stan

is incorporating his Improv skills in his upcoming role as a

stand-up comedian.”

Judie and Stan met eleven years ago at a dance studio in

Pompano. Both recently widowed at the time, found support

in each other, which helped

them get through the difficult

times. Celebrating 10 years

of marriage, their shared

love for performing and

more recently, participating

in classes and performances

at the Weisman Center, keep

them going.

Over 85,000 total visits to the WDCC this past year.

100 Volunteers donated their time in a variety of

ways at the WDCC.

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JFS offers counseling to individuals and

families (including children), and mental health programs

including individual counseling, workshops, psychiatric

assessments, medication management, psychological testing

services and a free drop-in center for adults living with mental

illness and/or developmental disabilities (The Welcome Home

Program).

PROGRAMS

AND SERVICES

Assessment,

Information & Referral

Services

Individual, Couples and

Family Therapy

In-home Therapy

(for those who qualify)

LGBTQ Dedicated

Specialist

COUNSELING &

MENTAL HEALTH

DAVID

When David walked into our offices for an initial assessment, his

fragile emotional state was both complicated and textbook. At 55,

he had lost his mother, for whom he had cared in her final months.

He’d also lost a brother, felt estranged and harshly judged by his

sister, and had never been close with his father. Timid and softspoken,

he spent most days alone with his cat. He is also gay, which

made him feel even more misunderstood and isolated. But David

had a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He had worked as a medical

coder. David initially had come to JFS for help finding a career

path, but we recognized his counseling needs. After six months

of therapy, he has developed life-changing skills in assertiveness,

communication, acceptance, mindfulness, and self-compassion.

Today, he attends a weekly LGBTQ support group facilitated by

JFS. He also has twice-a-week therapy sessions and has worked

very successfully to recognize the power of his persistence. David’s

counselor says he is one of her most treasured cases. “It has been,”

she says. “a joyful journey.”

Psychiatric

Assessment and

Ongoing Medication

Management

Psychological Testing

Services

Welcome Home

Program

HIGHLIGHTS

JFS WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE:

The City of Boca Raton for their

support of our Counseling & Mental

Health programs.

Nearly 8,200 sessions of therapy, counseling,

psychiatry and psychological testing were

provided to 700 individuals and families.

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PROGRAMS

AND SERVICES

Career & Employment

Services

Community Outreach

Domestic Abuse

Education & Action

Financial Assistance for

Children:

Since its inception in 2013,

the Center for Families & Children has experienced tremendous

growth every year. Through the Center, JFS has been able to reach

out and improve the lives of hundreds of families and children

in our community. JFS received its largest one-time gift in the

agency’s history from the Estate of Bernard Sherman. A portion

of the $2.3M endowment will provide financial assistance to

teens in our community enabling them to participate in Jewish

life cycle events such as hebrew school, Jewish youth group trips

& conventions, participation in the Maccabi Games, advocacy

conferences, Israel experiences including High School in Israel,

Gap Year Programs, and the March of the Living. This past year,

JFS had expanded its Special Needs services by providing case

management for adults with special needs.

CENTER FOR FAMILIES

& CHILDREN

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• After-School Childcare

• SAT/ACT Prep

• Summer Camp

• Tutoring

Special Needs Services:

• Individual Counseling

• Information & Referral

• Support Groups

• Financial Assistance For:

ABA (Applied Behavior

Analysis) Therapy

Adaptive Equipment

Camps Including

Summer & After School

Respite Care

Supportive Shadows

Training of Professionals

& Volunteers Working in

the Field

UP

87%

JFS WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE:

The Rotary Club Downtown

Boca Raton for their support of

our Domestic Abuse Education &

Action Program.

DANA

At 23, Dana had thought she had met the perfect man.

Unfortunately, after they got married, Billy became controlling

and violent. A few months before we met her at a shelter, he had

broken her arm. She swore it would be the last time he would ever

hurt her. JFS helped her buy clothes and other essentials because

she and her children, ages 2 and 4, had fled with very little. JFS

paid her phone bill and helped with childcare while she looked

for work. Eventually, Dana landed a job, and through our referral

to Palm Beach County Victim Services, she was able to find an

apartment. Her JFS Case Worker checks in with her from time

to time. “I never knew life could be so peaceful,” Dana told us

recently. “Thanks to JFS the kids and I are so happy.”

HIGHLIGHTS

$197,000 in scholarships enabled 295 children to

attend summer camp.

159 New assessments were performed for

victims of domestic abuse.

Assisted 46 individuals with special needs and their

families by providing $50,000 in financial assistance

UP

203%


From first time job seekers to those

in career transition, Career & Employment Services (CES) is a

free program focusing on clients’ individual strengths and goals.

Career strategists create customized action plans to transform

clients into job ready candidates aimed towards career success.

This past year CES expanded its programing by adding three

Transitions To Success Programs – each targeted to a specific

market or demographic: Comeback Career for women looking

to make a comeback in their personal and professional lives;

GY6 Veterans Alliance helping veterans and service personnel

transition into the civilian workforce; and WTOF Working

Towards Our Future which helps high school graduates and

those just starting a career with the skills they need to land and

keep a job.

RIKKI

Sometimes around the office, we call Rikki our comeback kid. “I was

so apprehensive about getting back into the work force,” says Rikki,

a JFS Career & Employment Services (CES) client who participated in

our aptly named Comeback Career Program. “But with your support,

encouragement and step-by-step plan, I was able to overcome all the

obstacles I had in my way.” The biggest obstacle? “Going on that

interview,” she says. For a lot of complicated reasons, Rikki hadn’t

worked in a while. So when she was finally ready to re-enter the

workforce, she was full of trepidation. Things had changed rather

rapidly out there in the work force and she was nervous about writing

a resume, filling out a job application and even deciding on what to

wear. JFS helped her handle all of those challenges. She also meets

with what she calls “a wonderful group of women” from the Dress

for Success program - a non-profit agency that JFS often partners

with - and they’re helping her make the right choices about a new

work wardrobe. “JFS and specifically, the ‘Comeback Career’ Program

at CES helped me have confidence and feel good about myself,” she

says, about her comeback. “I was able to close one chapter, and start

a new one.”

UP

60%

HIGHLIGHTS

250 people enrolled in the program

180 clients have found employment

through CES

PROGRAMS

AND SERVICES

The Career Gateway:

Job Seekers Guide

Computer Classes

Individual Job Coaching

Resources for Furthering

Education & Career Training

Resume & Employment

Materials Development

Seminars, Workshops &

Networking Opportunities

Social Media Enhancement

Strategic Use of Job

Seeking Tools

Transition to Success

Programs

• Comeback Career

• GY6 Veterans Alliance

• Working Towards Our

Future (WTOF)

UP

32%

CAREER &

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

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PROGRAMS

AND SERVICES

Chaplaincy for Shabbat

Services

Volunteers remain critical to JFS

success and the Agency would not be able to provide help to as

many people in our community without their gift of time and

talent. Each year over 1,000 program and special event volunteers,

donate the equivalent of nearly 40,000 hours of service to JFS.

Our volunteers mentor children and teens, lead Shabbat services

at assisted living facilities and nursing homes, provide rides for

seniors in need of transportation, deliver freshly prepared meals

through our Meals on Wheels program, and reduce the isolation

of homebound seniors through daily telephone calls, friendly

visits and care packages.

BELFORD FAMILY

VOLUNTEER DEPARTMENT

Community Mentoring

Program for Children

Friendly Visitors for

Seniors

Jacobson Family Food

Pantry

Kibbitz and Ride –

Senior Driving Program

Meals on Wheels

Drivers

Shirley & Barton

Weisman Delray

Community Center

Telephone Reassurance

for Seniors

HIGHLIGHTS

MADELINE

Over 1000 volunteers donated more than 40,000 hours of

service hours of service saving JFS $964,000 in labor.*

Our Telephone Reassurance and Friendly Visitor Programs

serviced over 55 homebound senior clients.

Parachaplains led Shabbat services at

16 locations in the community.

20 adults volunteered as mentors to young children through

our Community Mentoring Program.

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*According to Independent Sector, a leadership network for non-profits, who independently

calculate the value of a volunteer hour of work.

Madeline Syde likes doing for others, and collecting gifts is a big

part of what she is known for at JFS. Madeline can take a scrap of

blue foil paper, wrap it around a fun tchotchke, tie it up with some

ribbon, and, create happiness. “Everyone likes to get something

pretty,” says Madeline, 84, who helps run the Monday morning

Feldman Family Diamond Club meetings at the Weisman Delray

Community Center. If you attend these events, you will be greeted

by her at the front door, reminding you to enjoy a challah roll and

stay around for the talk on current events. But Madeline’s real claim

to fame might be the three parties she helps organize - Purim, Senior

Prom and Hanukkah - and the trouble she goes through to collect

and wrap all of the gifts. Cards, certificates, re-gifted treasures. She’s

already started storing the wrapped presents in her closet for next

Hanukkah. Madeline, who lives in Boca Raton, started volunteering

with us after her husband, Harvey, died in 2009. Giving-back is part

of her DNA. “I had two wonderful parents who taught me what

tzedakah meant,” she says. “I learned a long time ago that if you’re

going to do something, you need to put your heart into it.”

JFS WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE:

The United Way of Palm Beach

County and the Children’s Services

Council of Palm Beach County

for their support of our Community

Mentoring Program.


2017-2018 Board of Directors

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Marilyn Barry

Debbie Belford

Lorrie Berkowitz

Laurence I. Blair*

Lindsay Cohen

Toby Cooperman

Jane Cornell

Isabel Friedman

Sheila Cohen Furr

Jonathan Galler

Ivan R. Gefen*

Jane Gortz

Emily Grabelsky

Anne Jacobson

Charlette Jaffe

Jon Kimmel*

Matthew Kutcher

Marcia Langley

Wendy Legum

Rabbi Dan Levin

Ed Levine

Roxane Frechie Lipton

Laura Litinsky

Liz Maschler

Stephen Mendelsohn

Lynny Ravitz

Robin Rubin

Jeff Spero

Lorraine Udwin

Vicki Weinstein

Steve Winig

HONORARY BOARD

Steve Becker

Joy Binkovitz*

Beverly Feurring

Lisa Goodman

Norman K. Jacobson

David A. Katzman

Lisa Kaufman

Keith Kronish

Loretta Litten

Robert W. Marton

Kenneth A. Pritzker

Marvin Schiller

Edith Stein

Beth Trubow

Jill Viner

Andrew Waldman

Marilyn Weinberg

Barton Weisman

Ilene Wohlgemuth*

OFFICERS

Ron Reshefsky – Chair

David Schimel – Treasurer

Natalie Pelavin – Secretary

Stephanie Chestnov – Vice Chair-Financial Resource Development

Ron Gallatin – Vice Chair-Strategic Planning

Roger Leavy – Vice Chair-Food Pantry

Diane Feldman – Vice Chair-Personnel

Samy Dwek – Vice Chair-Board Development

Judi Donoff* – Immediate Past Chair

GERIATRIC MEDICAL ADVISOR

Ira Gelb, MD

*Past Chair

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So Many Ways To Give

Annual Giving

Every contribution helps give hope to the

people who need it most. Your annual donation

supports the full range of vital programs and

services Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family

Services (JFS) provides to the community.

Memorial and Tribute Gifts

Gain the satisfaction of giving a truly meaningful

gift by honoring a special occasion or making

a gift in memory of someone with your taxdeductible

tribute to JFS.

Legacy Gifts

A legacy commitment is your way to

leave financial resources to JFS for the

future needs of our community. Legacy

commitments will help your family realize

their philanthropic vision.

Corporate

Sponsorship Programs

Many opportunities exist to become a

corporate sponsor in support of the agency.

Packages include support of events,

departments, newsletters and more.

There Are Many Ways to Include JFS in Your Legacy Planning

SEEING IS BELIEVING

Judi & Craig Donoff have seen first-hand how the many JFS programs assist

our community from children to seniors; that’s why the Donoffs have chosen to

convert their Donor Advised Fund into a permanent endowment to ensure the

continuity of these programs after their lifetime.

GIVING IS A FAMILY TRADITION

Illana and Samy Dwek wanted to continue their family’s tradition of supporting

their local community and always giving to those most in need. That is why the

Dweks chose to make a bequest in their will to JFS, ensuring the continuity of our

programs after their lifetime.

HOW BLESSED ARE WE?

This question is frequently posed by Diane & Larry Feldman when surrounded

by the seniors they support through the Feldman Family Diamond & Adventure

Clubs. That is why the Feldmans chose to make a bequest in their will to JFS,

ensuring the continuity of their programs after their lifetime.

MAKING AN IMPACT

Michele and David Katzman are dedicated to helping others. In order to ensure

the continuity of their impact after their lifetime, they chose to name JFS as a

beneficiary in their IRA.

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YOU CAN TOO. FIND OUT HOW.

Contact Cindy Orbach Nimhauser, JD,

Chief Development Officer, Senior Vice President

Call 561.852.3279 | Email cindyn@ralesjfs.org | Visit ralesjfs.org


Our Donors

THANK YOU!

The following list represents gifts made to JFS between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017.

We apologize in advance for any names inadvertently omitted.

BENEFACTORS

$100,000 +

Barton & Shirley Weisman

Foundation

Conference on Jewish Material

Claims Against Germany

Meryl & Ron Gallatin

Hands on Tzedakah, Inc.

Anne & Norman Jacobson

Jewish Federation of South

Palm Beach County

Norman & Ruth Rales

Foundation

$50,000 - $99,999

Diane & Larry Feldman

The Estate of Richard Riggs

Jill Viner

Zimmerman Family Foundation

$25,000 - $49,999

Marilyn & Stan Barry

Abbe & Steven Becker

George Brock

Jack Bushinsky

Toby & Leon Cooperman

Leah Davis

The Jim Moran Foundation

Harriet & Edwin Levine

Next Generations

Nancy & Marvin Schiller

Edith Stein

Cathy & Marshall Taitz

Marilyn & Jay Weinberg

$10,000 - $24,999

Addison Reserve Country Club

Adolph and Rose Levis

Foundation

Karen & Lawrence Altschul

Debbie & Howard Belford

Boca Raton Regional Hospital

Foundation

Boca West Women’s Group

Muriel Chandler-Sherman

Judi & Craig Donoff

Amy & Aboud Dweck

Judi & Maurice Falk

Melvyn Golden

Harvey & Phyllis Sandler Foundation

HCBS Members, Inc.

Carol & Jim Herscot

Marissa Hollander

Karen & Stephen Irwin

Louis Feil Charitable Lead Annuity

Maurice and Judi Falk Foundation, Inc.

Helene & Richard Paul

Paul Markhoff Foundation

Polly A. Levee Charitable Trust

The Polo Club of Boca Raton

Barbara & Jeffrey Rosenberg

Marcia Ruderman

Sherri Samuels

Alison & David Schimel

Sally Ann & Aubrey Strul

Velia Sweet

Temple Beth El

Ticho Charitable Foundation

Marla & Steven Weishoff

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$5,000 - $9,999

Lorrie & Lloyd Berkowitz

Rhoda & Henri Bertuch

Erma Brode

Stephanie & Richard Chestnov

Jane & Alan Cornell

Karen & Mark Dern

Peggy & Phillip DeZwirek

Illana & Samy Dwek

Harriet Finger

Fleisher Foundation, Inc.

Isabel & Arnold Friedman

Leslie & Bernard Friedman

Linda & Ivan Gefen

Mindy & David Goldman

Lisa & David Goodman

Lori & Gregg Gottsegen

Jacobson Jewish Community

Foundation of SPBC

Debra & Gerald Kramer

Marcia & Jeffrey Langley

The Lawrence W. Levine

Foundation, Inc.

Lawrence A. Sanders

Foundation

Dina & Jonathan Leader

April & Roger Leavy

Judy Levis Markhoff

Marvin Miller & Loretta Litten

Natalie Pelavin

Amy & Kevin Rader

Lynny Ravitz

Richard J. Goldstein Memorial

Endowment Fund

Diane Rosenberg

The Rosenberg Foundation, Inc.

Marcia & Albert Schmier

Shacter Philanthropic Fund

Gina & Gregory Shugar

Ellen Silverman

Renee Singer

Alicia & Jeff Spero

Tagerman Philanthropic Fund

Diane & Jon Vogel

Waldman Foundation Inc.

Andrea & Marc Wiener

Carol & Stephen Winig

LEADERSHIP

$1,800 - $4,999

Ann & Alan Akers

Alzheimer’s Foundation of

America

Arthur & Phyllis Wachtel Family

Foundation

Malinda Baronoff

Joy Binkovitz

Laurence I. Blair

Michele Blair

Karen & Paul Bonheim

Gloria Melman & Barry Broder

Carole & Walter Cameron

Deborah Pines Certo

Karen & Arnold Cohen

Judy & Sidney David

Ellen & Bruce Fleisher

The Florence Belsky Charitable

Foundation

Sheila & Robert Furr

Gerald & Olivia Shapiro Family

Foundation

Lori & Lewis Gold

Linda & Neal Goldman

Harriett Gross

Susan & Arthur Grossbard

Laurie & Franklin Gutman

Gloria Haft

Cheryl & Neal Hochberg

Ellen & Ronald Hoffner

Anne Hyman

Suzanne & Jack Jacobson

Charlette & Herbert Jaffe

Zerlina & Edward Kaplan

Susan & Randy Katz

Wilma & Howard Kaye

Carolyn & John Kelly

Cristina & Donald Keusch

Betty & Jon Kimmel

Heidi & Mark Kleiner

Anita Kohn

Matthew Kutcher

Adele & Herman Lebersfeld

Wendy & Wayne Legum

Carolyne & Edwin Levy

Roxane & Michael Lipton

Laura & Steven Litinsky

Lynn Foundation

Billi & Bernard Marcus

Elizabeth & Sheldon Maschler

Lisa & Stephen Mendelsohn

Morris Morgenstern Foundation

National Council of Jewish Women

Palm Beach Synagogue

Judith & Maynard Rabinowitz

Amy & Ron Reshefsky

Joan Rice

Lisa & Steven Rosenfeld

Amy & David Ross

Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton

Robin & Gary Rubin

Jan Savarick & Robert Primeau

Susan & Eric Schneider

Andrea & Larry Schnurmacher

Carla & Stephen Schwartz

Helene & Roy Schwedelson

Hugh Shafritz

Craig Silver

Daniel Silverstein & Susan Simon

Selma & Joseph Sitrick

Beth & Raymond Sterling

Stonebridge Country Club

Ilyne Mendelson & Steven Terk

Lorraine & Dennis Udwin

Frieda & Robert Wallstein

Walter & Lucille Rubin Foundation

Carla & Bruce Weiner

Brenda & Steve Weinstein

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Vicki & Victor Weinstein

Joan & Barry Winograd

Bette & Paul Wohlgemuth

Ilene & Peter Wohlgemuth

The Wollstein Family Foundation

Women’s League of B’nai Torah

SUPPORTERS

$1,000 - $1,799

Anikstein Family Foundation, Inc.

B’nai Torah Congregation

Carol Becker

Rep. Lori Berman

The Billi Marcus Foundation, Inc.

Mickey Bliden

Saree & Michael Block

Helena & Robert Buchalter

Brian Buck & Susan Scott

Herbert Caplan

Sandy & Harvey Chestman

Robyn & Richard Chwatt

Gladys & Errol M. Cook

Maxine & Joseph Copulsky

Valerie & Jacob Ever

Camille & Steve Fish

Marcy & Peter Franz

Elaine & Harold Friedland

Stanlee & Steve Friedman

Vicki & Donald Gabay

Carole & Edward Gabay

Brandy & Jonathan Galler

Nancy & Gregory Gefen

June & Ira Gelb

Jon Gelman

Barbara & Harold Glasband

The Gloria & Sidney Danzinger

FNDTN, Inc.

Raymond & Ellen Goldberg

Foundation

Stephen Goldman

Emily & Stephen Grabelsky

Barbara & Ronald Grudberg

Harry & Rose S. Zaifert Foundation

Joyce & Marvin Hartstein

Diane & Gary Haskell

Melissa & Ben Hoffman

Lois & Allan Hutensky

Linda Kaplan

Marjorie & Bruce Kashkin

Ann Kelman

Alice & Ira Kent

Lynell Kirby

Naomi Kleid

Gail & Keith Kronish

Elyssa & Barry Kupferberg

Guy La Ferrera

Donna & Jeffrey Lamm

Iris & Larry Lerner

Andrea & Michael Leven

Barbara & Gerald Lewin

Lauren & Gregory Liebman

Leonard Littman

Stacey & George Luck

Make a Difference Foundation

Lisa & Robert Marton

Blanche Meisel

Connie & Neil Meisel

Sheila & Ann Mekur

Melvin Roth Revocable Trust

Sherry & Carl Morganstein

Robin & Laurence Nagle

Andrea & James Orleans

Debbie & Joel Piotrkowski

Susan & Barry Podolsky

Lisa & Michael Puder

Debra Rales

Jeffrey Rapoport

Barbara Reich

Linda & Maxwell Rosenbaum

Sherry & Herb Rosenstock

Barbara & Michael Rosenzweig

Avis & David Sachs

Bea Samit

Mara & Ricky Sandler

Elaine & Norton Sarnoff

Iris & Melvin Schlesinger

Alison & Andrew Schreier

Judi & Allan Schuman

Stephanie & Steven Schuster

Madeline & Arthur Seeman

Dorine Seidman

Harriet & Ronald Shapss

Hally & Mark Shaw

Marilyn Shine

Siegel Charitable Foundation

Elinor Siklossy

Rhonda Small

Jeffrey Sobel

Laurie & Lenny Suskinid

Diane Sykes & Marvin Korengold

Scott Thomas

Andrea & Mark Ticotin

Beth & Anthony Tranese

Beth Trubow & Bruce Winter

Alyce & Bernard Vogel

Etoile Volin

Lynn Weinberg

Arlyne & Myron Weinberg

Debbie & Andrew Weisman

Sandra & Arthur Weiss

Ellen & Robert Yerman

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SUPPORTERS

$500- $999

Lauren Antonio

Gail Asarch & James Satovsky

Judy Bailyn

Meryl Baratz

Patricia Berman

Betty & Stanley Block

Judith & Martin Bloomfield

Boca Ballet Theater Company

Traci & Keith Braun

Helene & Elliot Brody

Malvina & Leonard Camhi

Ellen & Jon Channing

Shari & Jeffrey Cohen

Joyce & Steven Croft

Designs That Donate, LLC

Jaime Ebenstein

Anna Feldman

Susan & Richard Finkelstein

Lillian & Harry Friedman

Clifford Gelber

Nancy & Richard Gitlin

Alice & Barry Glassman

Harriett & Lowell Glazer

Lynn & Norbert Graber

Jeffrey Greenstein

Steven Greenwald

Linda Haft

Jerry Herbst

Betsy & Donald Hershman

Arlene Herson

Hurricane Harmonizers, Inc.

Karen & Howard Jatlow

Allan Kachel

Sherry & Lawrence Kalish

Cathy & Geoffrey Karp

Jean & Harvey Karp

Marilyn & Harvey Kass

Gail & Daniel Katz

Marissa & Daniel Katz

Estelle Kay

Liz & Ronald Krinick

Carol & Herbert Levin

Sherri Levin

Helena & Lenny Levine

Francine & Harvey Lifton

Helen & Carl Marbach

Tracey Markman

Robert Meisel

The Neshamah Institute, Inc.

Paula & Gary Norkin

Pegasus Entertainment Productions

Michele & Kenneth Pritzker

Janis & Joel Rabinowitz

Toni & Robert Radler

Ferne & Scott Reber

Regents Park, Inc.

Gary Reshefsky

Sen. Maria & Peter S. Sachs

Sageview Consulting, Inc.

Arthur Schechner

Betsy & Rick Schuster

Joy & N. Willard Schwartz

Cathy & Roger Schwartz

Lizette & Dan Sheinberg

Brett Sherman

Barbara Shostak

Lianne & Stanley Silverman

Dale & Murray Skala

Stanley Talesnick

Amy & Barry Taney

Ruth Taubman

Ina & Samuel Tuchman

Deborah Voelker

Serena & Richard Werber

Florence & Robert Werner

Werner Family Foundation

Danielle & Kevin Wilen

Dorothy Wizer

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Thanks to our funding partners, we

received $6,260,058 in grants in 2017.

Their generosity makes it possible for JFS to

continue many of our programs which help

improve the quality of life for so many vulnerable

residents living in South Palm Beach County.

BELFORD FAMILY VOLUNTEER DEPARTMENT

Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County

United Way of Palm Beach County

UP

27%

GRANTS

CENTER FOR FAMILIES & CHILDREN

Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton

COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

City of Boca Raton

FOOD & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Hands on Tzedakah

The Jim Moran Foundation

Publix Super Markets Charities

SENIOR SERVICES

Alzheimer’s Foundation of America

Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach/Treasure Coast

Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation

Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany

Hands on Tzedakah

The Jewish Federations of North America

NEXT GENERATIONS

Palm Beach County Community Services

State of Florida, Department of Financial Services

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

A SPECIAL THANK YOU

to the Jewish Federation of South

Palm Beach County for their many

years of steadfast support.

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Corporate Sponsorship Program

Reach a wide audience while helping the

community. We invite you to partner with JFS to

align your company with our mission to serve those

in need living in our community.

Benefits:

- Marketing exposure to a variety of targeted audiences

- Community service opportunities thorough hands on

volunteer experiences for your employees

CORPORATE SPONSORS

Sponsorship Opportunities:

Advertising Sponsor

Department Sponsor

Event Sponsor

Program Sponsor

$25,000 plus

Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.

$15,000 plus

Century Risk Advisors

Greenberg Traurig

Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits

$10,000 plus

Boca Home Care Services

Boca Raton Observer Magazine

CBIZ MHM,LLC

City of Boca Raton

Guy La Ferrera

JP Morgan Chase

$7,500 plus

Gregory’s Fine Jewelry

$5,000 plus

Active International

BB&T

BNY Mellon

Boca Entertainment

Gutterman’s, Inc.

In Good Taste

Penn Florida Companies

Proskauer

Publix Super Markets Charities

PREMIER

AGENCY SPONSOR

Century Risk

Advisors

$2,500 plus

Greenspoon Marder

Rene Ruiz Couture

Saks Fifth Avenue

Sign A Rama

Toshiba Business Solutions

The Regency Collection

True Treasures

Zo Diamonds

$1,000 plus

Accessible Home Care

A Move Made Easy

Blu and Baker

M&M Diamond Corporation

Mandarin Oriental Hotels

Solkoff Legal

Steinberg Global

Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

THANK YOU

to our 2017

Corporate Sponsors.

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Planning for the future by

supporting JFS today!

Imagine creating a lasting testament to the value that you hold most

dear. Creating your legacy is not only deeply fulfilling, it also requires far

less out-of-pocket funding than you may realize. In fact, legacy gifts

come with tax breaks and benefits that make it a smart move for

anyone’s estate plans. The JFS Visionary Society recognizes individuals

who have secured our future through a planned gift commitment of

$100,000 or more. Please join the following donors who have notified

us of their plans to include JFS in their estate plans:

VISIONARY

SOCIETY

CREATE A

JEWISH

LEGACY

JACK ALEXANDER*

ANONYMOUS

LARRY BLAIR

THE ESTATE OF HARRIET BRYER*

JEFFREY & RICHARD BRYER

TONY & LEON COOPERMAN

JANE & ALAN CORNELL

THE ESTATE OF KAROLA EPSTEIN*

DIANE & LARRY FELDMAN

MERYL & RON GALLATIN

ANNE & NORMAN JACOBSON

LISA KAUFMAN

BETTY & JON KIMMEL

DEBRA & GERALD KRAMER

APRIL & ROGER LEAVY

ROXANE FRECHIE LIPTON

MADELINE* & EUGENE PARGH

RUTH* & NORMAN* RALES

FOUNDATION

ALISON & DAVID SCHIMEL

DOROTHY* & SIDNEY* SCHUMAN

BERNICE SHANKERMAN*

ELEANOR & SIDNEY* SHANKERMAN

THE ESTATE OF BERNARD SHERMAN*

THE ESTATE OF ETHEL SNYDER*

SHIRLEY & BARTON WEISMAN

ILENE & PETER WOHLGEMUTH

JACQUELINE & SIDNEY* WOLGIN

ANONYMOUS

ANONYMOUS

ANONYMOUS

ANONYMOUS

CINDY & ALAN BERGMAN

LARRY BLAIR

SHIRLEY BRENNER*

THE ESTATE OF ROSE BRESLOFF*

JUDITH CHASON

LAUREN A. COHEN

TOBY & LEON COOPERMAN

JANE & ALAN CORNELL

JUDI & CRAIG DONOFF

ILLANA & SAMY DWEK

KAROLA EPSTEIN*

ALEX FINKLER*

DIANE & LARRY FELDMAN &

FAMILY

DANIELLE HARTMAN

SHARON KAMBER

MICHELE & DAVID KATZMAN

LISA KAUFMAN

BETTY & JON KIMMEL

GAIL & KEITH KRONISH

MATTHEW KUTCHER

BETH & PERRY LEVINE

MARVIN MILLER

LOTTIE NILSEN

CINDY & BRUCE NIMHAUSER

NATALIE PELAVIN

SUSAN & BARRY PODOLSKY

SAMUEL & FLORENCE TOBIN,

SAMUEL & MARY CHILDS,

GAIL & BARRY PRESS

AMY & RONALD RESHEFSKY

RICHARD RIGGS*

HEIDE & JEFFREY RUTMAN

THE ESTATE OF MILDRED

SCHAIKOWITZ*

ALISON & DAVID SCHIMEL

SYLVIA & ARTHUR SCHREIBER*

CATHERINE & ROGER

SCHWARTZ

BERNARD SHERMAN*

CAROL & STEPHEN WINIG

ETTA & RAYMOND ZIMMERMAN

As of 12/31/2017

* OF BLESSED MEMORY

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Jack C. Alexander Telephone Reassurance Program Endowment Fund to support

the telephone reassurance program.

Anton-Bobick Endowment Fund for assistance to the elderly, including delivery of

meals to those unable to leave their homes.

Jeffrey & Richard Bryer Endowment Fund for Interventions with Children

& Adolescents to provide social services for children and adolescents in need of

intervention.

Center for Families & Children Endowment Fund to support the Center for

Families & Children.

Sara and Herbert Cohn JFS Endowment Fund to support the prescription drug

program for the elderly.

The Jane and Alan Cornell Holocaust Survivors Fund to support the needs of

Holocaust survivors and those in need of food.

Eisen-Leavy In-Home Support Services Endowment Fund to provide services to

enable older adults to remain as fully functioning members of the community while

maintaining maximum personal independence.

Karola & Aaron Epstein Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

ENDOWMENTS

Roxane Frechie Phillips JFS Endowment Fund to be used to cover the costs of

recognition and awards for volunteers.

Rose Golden Indigent Care Endowment Fund to provide ongoing support or

emergency support for Jewish persons in need.

Gerald and Rochelle Goldstein JFS Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

Richard J. Goldstein Memorial JFS Endowment Fund to provide support for seniors

in need and to support special holiday food baskets.

Lisa & David Goodman Endowment Fund for general support of the agency.

Edward S. Gould Fund for Outreach for Elderly Lesbians and Gay Men to provide

counseling and care management to elderly lesbians and gay men.

Edward S. Gould Fund for Special Needs of Gay and Lesbian Clients to provide

services and counseling to address the special needs of gay and lesbian clients.

Abraham and Rita Hazelcorn Endowment Fund to support the prescription

drug program.

Holocaust Survivors Endowment Fund to help elderly Holocaust survivors.

Indigent Care Endowment Fund to provide ongoing support or emergency support

for Jewish persons in need.

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Norman & Anne Jacobson Fund to benefit the Jacobson Family Food Pantry.

JFS Director’s Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

JFS Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

JFS Food Pantry Fund to be used to support the food pantry operations.

JFS Fund for Children with Rett Syndrome to be used for health services for children

with Rett syndrome.

JFS Holocaust Survivors Fund for the needs of Holocaust survivors.

JFS Outreach Program to be used for the salary and benefits of a full-time social worker.

JFS Reflections of Hope Counseling & Mental Health Fund to support the Welcome

Home Program and counseling programs.

JFS Scholarship Fund to provide scholarships for those in need.

JFS Special Needs Fund to support special needs clients.

JFS Special Projects Fund for use where needed most.

JFS Weisman Delray Community Center Operating Endowment to be used to

support the operating expenses related to the Center.

ENDOWMENTS

Madeline and Eugene Pargh Kosher Food Pantry Endowment Fund to serve the

programs and services of the food pantry.

Jason Pavao Memorial Endowment Fund to provide ongoing support or emergency

support for Jewish families with children under 12.

Michael Pelavin JFS Staff Endowment Fund to provide funds for staff development.

David Pollen JFS Fund for use where needed most.

Richard Riggs Fund for Welcome Home Programming to benefit the Welcome

Home program.

Michelle Rothholz Memorial Endowment Fund for personal expenses of a college

student in financial need.

Bernice Schankerman JFS Endowment Fund to be used for the social service and

mental health needs of individuals and families.

Arthur & Sylvia Schreiber Fund to be used for subsidized in-home care.

Dorothy and Sidney Schuman Jewish Family Service Endowment Fund to provide

care and services to the elderly.

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Julia K. and Harold Segall Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

Louis Shapiro JFS Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

Bernard Sherman Trust Endowment for JFS to enhance Jewish identity & to enable

families to participate in Jewish life cycle events.

Sidney and Eleanor Silverstein In-Home Supportive Services Endowment Fund

to provide services to enable older adults to continue to be fully functioning members

of the community while maintaining maximum personal independence.

Jeffrey Brian Turkin Memorial JFS Endowment Fund to be used for the mental

health needs of children and adolescents.

Eda & Cliff Viner Family Compassionate Care Endowment Fund to provide

services to families with children up to 18 years of age.

Jill Viner Family Compassionate Care Endowment Fund to provide services to

families with children up to 18 years of age.

Edith Wasserbard Endowment Fund to support the Feldman Family Diamond Club

Gladys Weinshank Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

Morton J. Weinstein Memorial Endowment Fund for the Sight Impaired to

assist the needy who are sight impaired or suffering from eye disease.

ENDOWMENTS

Shirley and Barton Weisman Delray Community Center Fund to support the

operations of the Shirley and Barton Weisman Delray Community Center.

Sigmund Weiss Memorial Fund to support the Kosher Konnection Program.

Peter and Ilene Wohlgemuth JFS Endowment Fund for use where needed most.

Sidney and Jacqueline Wolgin JFS Emergency Services Endowment Fund to

assist needy persons in emergency situations.

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Ruth & Norman Rales

Jewish Family Services

Help. Hope. Humanity.

On behalf of our dedicated staff,

THANK YOU

For your continued support.


Ruth & Norman Rales

Jewish Family Services

Help. Hope. Humanity.

MAIN OFFICE

21300 Ruth & Baron Coleman Boulevard,

Boca Raton, FL 33428-1757

P: (561) 852-3333 F: (561) 852-3332

Like us on

www.ralesjfs.org

SATELLITE OFFICES

Shirley & Barton Weisman Delray Community Center

7091 West Atlantic Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33446

P: (561) 558-2100 F: (561) 558-2176

Jacobson Family Food Pantry

430 S Congress Ave, Unit 1C

Delray Beach, FL 33445

P: (561) 274-1940

JFS Career & Employment Services and Senior Services

6413 Congress Avenue, Suite 225

Boca Raton, FL 33487

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