Since March 16, JFCS programs have continued to grow as it is clear mental health services, senior support and food distribution services are needed now more than ever. We are sharing our impact by the numbers over the past 10 weeks:
What is in the works?
  • Our Virtual Event, Blintz Bake-Along, was a hit! Look out for more interactive, cooking & baking demonstrations with Andrea Gaynor throughout the summer.
  • Save the Date for J-Serve Part III, Sunday June 14! The program will run in partnership with United Way of Greater Mercer County Strike Out Hunger.

What can you do?
  • If you are looking for a way to give back and are interested in our volunteer opportunities, contact Eden Aaronson at
  • If you or someone you know needs emergency food - call us.
  • If you or someone you know could benefit from our counseling support - call us.

IMPORTANT REMINDER: Upcoming Holiday Closures
Thursday May 28 (Close at 4 PM)
Friday, May 29 Closed

Secure@Home on-call staff will remain available 24/7 to our members during this time.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, call 9-1-1.
We know that there will be a lasting impact from the current health crisis which will continue to increase demand for our services. If you can make a donation, consider a contribution today. Each dollar donated is worth even more when it means we can reach another person, another family, another senior in need.