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Teens from Orlando’s Shevet Agam of Friends of the Israel Scouts spent some time volunteering at JFS Orlando as part of our community programming. This group of dedicated teens learned about food insecurity and the need for JFS’s Family of Services in the community.
JFS Orlando has been selected as a beneficiary of the Winn-Dixie Community Bag Program and Bloomin’ 4 Good for the month of March.
Delicious on Tu B’shvat and all year round, this recipe is based on the very popular Ma’amool cookies that you will regularly find in Sephardic homes. Many bakeries in Israel serve this easier to make version next to the traditional style cookie.
Research shows that focusing on someone outside of ourselves through random acts of kindness, provides a perspective on the world outside of our own. Think of it as a micro break from our own concerns and worries that fill our own mind and to focus our energy outside ourselves.
Have you ever had an item on your to-do list for weeks, or dare I say months, and when you finally get around to crossing it off your list, you realize it took less than five minutes to complete? Now you know what it’s like to procrastinate.
Check out Donna Pearlman Bolton’s recipe for Zucchini Nut Muffins!
January is National Poverty Awareness in America Month and, between our busy Pearlman Food Pantry and the effects of poverty all our Family of Services witness every day, we can safely say that coping with poverty can be very difficult.
Before you get started on your new year’s resolutions, take a look at what was on your list last year. What worked and what didn’t?
JFS Orlando is pleased to announce it has been awarded a $50,000 grant from Heart of Florida United Way to continue supporting our Central Florida community!