JFS Perspectives

Seniors Matter: Reduce Your Risk of Isolation

Friday, March 24, 2017
Seniors Matter: Reduce Your Risk of Isolation

Isolation can happen faster than you think, and the risk factors involved can impact one’s goal to age in place. Fortunately, isolation is also avoidable and reversible, and the activities involved can be tailored to any lifestyle or interest. Taking short walks, volunteering at a school or animal shelter, or learning something new can improve an individual’s well-being. People who engage in active lifestyles:  

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Such Good News From the Volunteer Department, We Just Had to Share!

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Elene and ElliotWe don’t mean to boast, but the volunteers at Boulder JFS are some of the most giving, creative, thoughtful, and dedicated human beings you will come across. Here are some of the most recent snippets of how JFS volunteers go above and beyond and make a meaningful impact in the lives of JFS clients. Photo: Volunteer Elaine with Elliot.
 

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Dancing and More: Cleo Parker Robinson Inspires JFS Staff

Friday, March 10, 2017
Dancing and More: Cleo Parker Robinson Inspires JFS Staff

We were honored to have Cleo Parker Robinson, founder and executive creative director of the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, speak at our agency staff meeting on Thursday, March 2. Founded in 1970, Cleo’s dance ensemble has toured the world and earned international recognition. Among Cleo’s many honors, she was inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame, named to the National Council on the Arts (by President Clinton), and awarded a Kennedy Center Medal of Honor.  

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Donor Spotlight: Community Gardeners

Monday, March 06, 2017
Donor Spotlight: Community Gardeners

At JFS, we are dedicated to offering more fresh options to the 1,000 clients who use the Weinberg Food Pantry every month. What’s better than fresh produce? Locally grown fruits and vegetables! 

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