Celebrating the MutualOne Charitable Foundation’s $5,000 grant to Jewish Family Service (JFS) of Metrowest are: (l-r) Front row: Karen Block, JFS Volunteer Recruiter; Merrill Adler, JFS Administrative Support; and Lesley Orlinsky, JFS Patient Navigator Trainer. Back row: Malka Young, JFS Director of Healthy Aging; Donna Gogliormella, MutualOne Bank’s Lincoln Street, Framingham Branch Manager; and Amanda Coughlin, JFS Program Manager. — Photo courtesy of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation

Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the MutualOne Charitable Foundation in support of the JFS Patient Navigator program.

The Patient Navigator program is an enhanced medical escort service offered free of charge to adults aged 60+ who live in Framingham.  The program is designed to provide support to older adults so they can get the medical care and information they need to live safely and independently in the community.

JFS is proud to partner with the MutualOne Charitable Foundation and is grateful for their support of the Patient Navigator program.

Please visit the MutualOne Charitable Foundation website to learn more about the Foundation and to read the press release.

About JFS of Metrowest
JFS is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to standing up for those left behind.  JFS provides services to over 4,500 people in need within the Metrowest region each year, including afterschool tutoring for at-risk children, comprehensive birth parent and adoption services, nutrition assistance for low-income families and crisis management and elder care planning for families struggling with the complex needs of aging parents.  To learn more about JFS visit www.jfsmw.org.

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