Dear Friends of JFS:
Reva Tankle, JFS Board President and I are proud to share with you the 2010 Annual Report.
As Reva and I note in the introductory remarks, the richness of JFS was beautifully captured by newspaper reporter Elizabeth Eidlitz who wrote:
“Where can you find a caregiver for a frail elder or disabled adult, adopt a child, celebrate your Healthy Partners walk to Hawaii with a luau, get free help with citizenship paperwork or job coaching as a newly arrived refugee, meet with a volunteer mentor, or take a bilingual yoga class in Russian and English? Thousands annually discover all of these offerings and many more in one place: Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS).”
JFS is responsive and relevant, providing vital services to thousands of people throughout Metrowest and greater Boston.
JFS’ staff and Board leadership are always asking, “what can we do better, what does our community need next?”
Reva and I hope you will forward the report to people in your own life, people who might become involved and supportive of our great organization.
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