Jon Federman is the JF&CS staff writer. A practicing attorney for more than 15 years, he is thrilled to bring his legal and persuasive writing skills to the JF&CS marketing communications department. Jon has a BA from Tufts University and a JD from Boston College Law School. In his spare time, he is an exhibiting photographer and an award-winning cartoonist. Jon lived in London for five years before returning to Boston in 2011.
2/21/2018 Top Pick
What if, in addition to the stresses of being a new mother, you live in a climate of political unrest? What if you are a new mother who lives...
JF&CS is proud to announce the arrival of a new prayer book for our nursing home/assisted living Shabbat and holiday program.
Lora Tarlin, director of Schechter Holocaust Services, toured the International Museum of World War II in Natick, along with 27 survivors, many of whom are also JF&CS clients.
JF&CS presented the Betsy Gross President's Award, recognizing outstanding leadership, to Wayne Ushman.
JF&CS is thrilled to announce that we will honor Barry Shrage, Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) President and CEO, at the 2018 JF&CS Benefit.
When Ellen contacted JF&CS Children’s Behavioral Health Services for her 7-year-old son, Davi, she never imagined that he would come so far.
Emma* is a 12-year-old girl diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and anxiety who was referred to JF&CS Children's Behavioral Health Services.
On December 11, 140 people came together at JF&CS Headquarters in Waltham for the 11th annual Friendly Visitor Chanukkah Celebration.
Twenty adults with disabilities who live in JF&CS supported housing joined 50 Maimonides Lower School children and parents for a day of service.
Paula’s mom and dad never miss a Wednesday at Parkinson’s dance because of the emotional support they receive there.
4/19/2016 Top Pick
With more than 30 years of experience in bereavement support, Barbara Sternfield started the first JF&CS Healing Connections group in 2000.