JFCS Year 2013 in Review…

Just some of the ways JFCS helped to bring hope and help to thousands in Southern New Jersey last year….

Over 237,990 residents of Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester Counties are food-insecure…
JFCS distributed over $179,440 worth of food to help fight hunger in our area.

45% of those who need mental healthcare list cost as a barrier…
JFCS subsidized $464,069 worth of counseling services so that more local residents could receive treatment.

1 in 4 older persons are malnourished…
JFCS delivered 11,250 meals to seniors and homebound individuals.

The unemployment rate for persons with disabilities is a staggering 16%…
JFCS facilitated over 13,136 hours of job coaching so that those with special needs could become part of the workforce.


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