Grief & Loss Support Group – Starting October 30th

Are you struggling with the loss of a loved one? Everyone experiences grief differently, but that does not mean you have to experience it alone. Learn to cope with your loss in a caring, supportive, safe space. A series of six sessions from October 30—December 11, 2019 on Wednesdays, from...

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Lighting the Way to Peace- October 29, 2019

Did you know that 26% of women and 17% of men in the Jewish Community are victims of Domestic Abuse? 1 in 3 women experience sexual assault or domestic violence at some point in their lives and 1 in 6 men experience sexual abuse before the age of 18.65% of...

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Celebrating Caregivers – Free Event November 7th

In honor of National Family Caregiver Month, we invite you to join us as Judy Goldman, six-time award-winning author, wife and family caregiver presents: Challenges & Triumphs:  The Ups & Downs of Family Caregiving Join us as Judy shares her personal caregiving story and talks about the changes we all...

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Purchase GoPlaySave Coupon Books to Benefit JFS

Your purchase of a GoPlaySave coupon book helps those in need.  JFS receive 50% of the purchase price of $30 each. Thousands of $$$ of coupons in the book – Restaurants, retailers and entertainment outlets. Order online, stop by our office or call 704. 364.6594 and get your book today.  ...

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Another Successful Comedy Event!

It was an evening of laughter, an evening of friendship and one of tremendous generosity. Almost 300 guests of all ages showed up and stepped up to help those who call upon JFS in their time of need. The Pre-Comedy Show receptions were brimming with excitement. The Program kicked off...

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Dating Abuse – Protect Your Teen

As parents we do everything we can to protect our children. We teach them about strangers, and the dangers of life, what  healthy friendships and relationships look like and what to be weary of, and yet, despite our best efforts, 1 in 3 teens experiences abuse from a dating partner. ...

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After Pittsburgh: Pride, Peoplehood & Power

New York Times staff writer and editor, Bari Weiss is the featured guest at Federation’s upcoming 2019 Main Event. Bari has written and spoken extensively about issues of antisemitism and Jewish identity. She grew up not far from the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh where she also became a Bat...

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Mental Health Coffee & Conversation

It’s time to talk Mental Health. Coffee & Conversation allows for an informal dialogue about how we can all do a better job at remaining mentally healthy and strong. It’s about understanding how to protect your mental health, reducing the shame and stigma about mental health and knowing how to...

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WEAR PURPLE DAY – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th

Domestic violence and sexual assault occur across all age groups, faiths and populations. No one is immune. 1 in 3 women experience sexual assault or Domestic violence at some point in their lives and 1 in 6 men experience sexual abuse before age 18. The effects of these acts extend to families, communities...

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Book Signing and Luncheon with 2nd Generation Survivor

Who: Linda Pressman is a freelance writer, editor, 2nd Generation Survivor and author of Looking Up: A Memoir of Sisters, Survivors and Skokie. What:  A luncheon, book signing and presentation Where:  Wan Fu Quality Chinese Cuisine, 10719 Kettering Dr. When:  Sunday, August 26, 2018, Noon – 2 p.m. Tickets: $54...

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