HOLIDAY tips & resources
Special Edition | Nov/Dec 2020
While we will all have to continue to be creative in how and where we gather with family and friends, observe holiday traditions, and participate in the season, we can still make this year meaningful and special.
This has been a challenging year for many - job loss, food insecurity, seniors feeling especially isolated. In this season of giving, find ways to make a difference in your community...
Start a Food Drive

Check with local pantries if they are collecting specific items for the upcoming holidays or if they are in need of pantry staples.

Want to support JFCS pantry clients?
Contact us:
609-987-8100 Ext 126.

Food banks, food pantries and soup kitchens are relying on volunteers to facilitate large-scale grab and go meal distributions.

Help at JFCS! Learn more about volunteering, contact us:
609-987-8100 Ext 113.
Make a Donation

Find an organization close to your heart and make a gift that is meaningful to you to support them.

Contribute to L.I.G.H.T.S
or make an end of year gift.
Mental Health & The Holidays
The emotional and mental toll of the past months may leave many feeling exceptionally fatigued by the holidays before they have even arrived.

If you need to keep things simple to protect your mental health, then take the time for self-care.
And, if you need to talk to someone, reach out to JFCS...
  • During our Drop-in Hours (Mon, Wed, Fri 10 AM - 12 PM or Tues, Thurs 5 - 7 PM) call 609-987-8100 Dial 0
  • Connect with our intake coordinator for ongoing counseling at 609-987-8100 Ext 102