2014 Service Accomplishments (as of September 30, 2014)

In 2013, more than 1500 Jewish youths in 206 communities in seven states were funded

820 Jewish children, ages 6 months to 8 years, served in the PJ Library Program during 2014

150 Jewish youth and 27 institutionalized adults were provided 2014 Hanukkah gift sets and hand-made cards

313 JCRS camp scholarship aid recipients attended 39 different Jewish overnight camps

127 undergraduate students, attending 80 different colleges, received financial aid

90 Jewish youth served in Special Needs/case management. 59 received 2014 funding for disability and/or dependency needs. See details below.

70 of our most dependent, isolated or functionally challenged children received birthday cards and other recognition for accomplishments or life cycle events throughout the year in our Special Friends Club

56 parents have attended at least one monthly meeting of the Parents of Troubled adults support group

22 students from immigrant families received college aid

59 youth with emotional and/or developmental disorders, and/or dependency needs, received funding for various services and therapies. These include youth with autistic spectrum disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, cognitive, speech/language and other developmental delays, ADHD and other learning differences

22 single Jewish fathers have attended at least one monthly meeting of the Single Dad’s Club (since inception in 2008)

 

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