Jewish children and families across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union received hunger relief, medication and other essential services.
elderly and vulnerable Israelis live in subsidized housing, supported by a social services network.
victims of domestic abuse have accessed free counseling and supportive services.
job seekers ages 50+ attended two Employment Expos last year.
hours of community service were provided by older jobseekers through a Senior Community Service Employment Program.
Holocaust survivors living in Greater Washington receive monthly food stipends, financial assistance, in-home personal care and more to continue living with dignity and independence.
trips on the Elder Buses took seniors to doctor appointments, grocery shopping and on other errands, enabling independent living by our community’s aging population.
teens, parents and educators participated in workshops and conversations about dating abuse prevention to lay a strong foundation of life-long, healthy relationships.
at-risk children have received mentorship from professionally trained social pioneers through Youth Futures.
kosher meals on wheels were delivered to homebound seniors, ensuring quality nutrition for those who cannot easily access healthy eating options.