Save the Date!
April 6, 2014, 4-7 PM
“Small Plates Celebrates”
Honoring Scott, Shannon and Stephen Guggenheim
of the Retro Dome
and Vlada Gelfond, JFS Retiring Assistant Executive Director
Jewish Family Services welcomes your participation in this event -- as attendees, as sponsors, and as advertisers in our Program Book. You have two ticketing options:
- Purchase your tickets securely online at http://smallplatescelebrates.eventbee.com
- Prefer hard copy tickets? Please call (408) 556-0600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also support the event with a special donation. For more information, please visit:
We are also looking for Event Volunteers to help us with set up, volunteering during the event and clean up.
Shifts available from 10AM through 8 PM. This is a great
activity for teens over 16 and young adults.
To volunteer, please contact
Lori Cinnamon at email@example.com
Passover Freedom Drive 2014
Because Passover is our most important "freedom" holiday -- the event which led us from slavery to freedom, it is appropriate that we always conduct a fundraising drive to give our clients and their families freedom from suffering -- suffering from illness, unemployment, bereavement, or hunger. We truly believe that, only by caring for others in need, do we understand the gifts of health, security, and happiness in a rich and liberating way.
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to acknowledge all the good that you and your family experience, and to express your appreciation by reaching out a caring hand to others. This is the purpose and meaning of our annual Passover Freedom Drive. We encourage you to print out a donation form that will connect you to our Jewish community by demonstrating your caring and generosity in support of all our programs. Thank you so very much.
Kabbalat Shabbat Lunch
Jewish Family Services is collaborating with the Addison-Penzak JCC to present Senator Jim Beall and expert speakers from local, state, and federal agenices who will discuss ways to stop scams, such as theft, auto repair and investments. Please register by March 6, 2014 with the APJCC (see details on flyer).
Immigration Law Clinic
Jewish Family Services and the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association, Silicon Valley Chapter (AILA) launched a pro bono immigration law clinic in 2013 to serve the needs of immigrants in the South Bay.
Sessions at the Immigration Law Clinic are scheduled for 5:00-8:00pm throughout the year. These sessions are free of charge and are held at JFS.
To schedule an appointment to meet with an attorney, please contact
Zoya Lazer Azita Eshagh
(408) 357-7452 (408) 357-7457
Jewish Recovery Program
Available For Anyone Experiencing An Addiction Issue
|Where||1475 South Bascom, Suite 201, San jose|
|When||Monday evenings, 7:30 PM|
|Why||Group meeting/discussion including D’Var Torah|
|Who||Anyone interested in addressing addiction issues|
Dr. Berdeen Coven for additional information
A Place to Begin: Workshops for Seniors
The last Thursday of the month
2: 30 pm
Registration is required.
More information about services for seniors here.