Fall is here, and the days are growing colder. As our families prepare for the new season, JF&CS continues to change as well. With an ever-growing community of those in need, I am excited to update you on our expanding programs.
The Hunger Network, a new initiative supported by Dr. James and Melinda Rabb, will be a coalition of pantries, soup kitchens, and food programs in fourteen towns in Greater Boston. In partnership with the Greater Boston Food Bank, the Hunger Network will implement best practices, share resources, and advocate for the hungry.
Our award-winning Lauren and Mark Rubin Visiting Moms® program expands to the North Shore, and we recently introduced a new parents program, Shalom Baby, in Central Massachusetts. Embracing new babies with a visit, gift, and Jewish resource referrals, the program supports Jewish and interfaith couples.
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