JFS Perspectives

The Denver Post Seen: Curtiss-Lusher, Zaitz honored at Faces of JFS Winter Soiree

Saturday, January 27, 2018
The Denver Post Seen: Curtiss-Lusher, Zaitz honored at Faces of JFS Winter Soiree

The Faces of JFS fundraiser was featured in The Denver Post January 26, 2018:
 

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January/February 2018 Family Matters

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
January/February 2018 Family Matters

The January/February 2018 issue of the Family Matters newsletter is online now! This issue includes:  

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Seniors Matter: Staying Active and Healthy in the Winter

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Seniors Matter: Staying Active and Healthy in the Winter

During the winter, many of us want to stay indoors, relax, and enjoy some comfort food that is sure to put us on the couch for a long nap. However, it is important to keep in mind the importance of staying healthy during the winter months.  

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From the CEO: Senior Focus

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Jewish Family Service has a long tradition of advocating and caring for older adults in our community. From care management services, to nutritious food, to homemaker services and companionship, we are helping seniors remain active, socially connected, and living as independently as possible. 

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Sara: From Surviving to Thriving

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Sara: From Surviving to Thriving

Sara Moses had never seen a flower until she was seven years old. She had never experienced the delight of ice cream. She had never heard music before or even seen her own reflection in a mirror. Sara had just turned seven when she was liberated from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp on April 10, 1945. Suffering and hardship were all she knew. It’s a miracle that she survived. She was so ill and emaciated that the soldiers who liberated her thought she was an infant. In fact, Sara was one of the youngest children to make it out of the camps alive.  

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Donor Spotlight: David Asarch

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Donor Spotlight: David Asarch

David Asarch carries on his family’s history of philanthropy with his ongoing support of Jewish Family Service (JFS). He serves on the Board and has been active with the Executive, Budget and Finance, Development, and Executive Luncheon Committees. He shares more of his story with us:  

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Barbara Garrett: A Volunteer So Nice, She’s Doing It Twice!

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Barbara Garrett: A Volunteer So Nice, She’s Doing It Twice!

Barbara Garrett has been volunteering with Boulder JFS for the past year and a half, ever since she retired from her position as a tax advocate. She was looking for a meaningful way to volunteer and help others, and Boulder JFS offered precisely the opportunity she was looking for. “Volunteering with JFS was always in the back of my mind,” says Barbara. “When the time came, I knew who to call.” 

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