Jewish Family Service Of Los Angeles
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 274
6505 Wilshire Blvd 5th Fl Los Angeles CA 90048 USA
Since 1854, JFS has worked to strenghten families and connect individuals to their communities and each other. We do it through focused programes that address food & hunger, shelter, counseling, people with disabilities and services to older adults. Through our work, JFS pursues its founding mandate: improving quality of life for people of all generations and walks of life, no matter what their ethnicity or religion. We approach our commitment to this goal with the highest level of responsibility, professionalism and integrity. In 2008, JFS served 100,000 individuals in need.
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Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles and its Community Food Bank and Resource Program provide essential services to Greater Los Angeles’ residents in need.
The organization dispenses wide range of services, referrals and support, including food. JFS’ approach is comprehensive and focused on empowering recipients of its support so they can become productive while maintaining their dignity. Most charitable organizations are fueled by compassion, but there are extremely few other non-profit organizations that serve the community with as much grace as Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles and its Community Food Bank and Resource Program.
Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles is also a valuable member (and one of the leaders) of the larger community of Los Angeles area non-profit organizations. It leads by example, inspires and supports the work of other charities. Enlightened Helping Hand Foundation is honored to be associated with Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles that helps us carry out our mission of helping struggling single parents with children.
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