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Before Scott Belleman was the Life & Legacy Committee Chair, he was a financial planner in an office across the parking lot from JFS. “I didn’t even know what JFS did,” he joked. Now retired, Scott keeps busy with the classic hobbies – golf, tennis, bridge – and a more unusual one: “I love deferred […]READ MORE
The Board, Trustees, and Staff of Jewish Family Services Invite You to JFS’ 2020 Annual Meeting Living Our Legacy of Caring and Hope Monday, June 22 from 5:45 PM – 6:15 PM We will celebrate our 170-year history, share how JFS is serving Richmond today, and give you a chance to ask questions and chat […]READ MORE
JFS Richmond mourns the intolerable death of George Floyd. We stand with our community and nation in commitment to racial justice. We work every day to fight injustice and inequality by bringing needed human services to individuals across Richmond regardless of race, faith, income, gender or sexuality. Our Richmond community can only be strengthened when […]READ MORE
For 170 years, JFS has served the Richmond community during challenging times. Today is no different. We are all working to ensure your needs are met with home care, counseling, and telephone support for homebound seniors. Volunteers are making telephone calls to support homebound seniors. If you or someone you know would like to receive […]READ MORE
The Sophomore Class On February 13, ten women graduated from JFS’ second East End Personal Care Aide (PCA) training program. All of them began the next week working at JFS as state-certified PCAs caring for seniors and adults with disabilities with Medicaid insurance. As Richmond’s population ages, PCA is the fastest-growing position in health care. […]READ MORE