Susan and Steve Darien Fund | The Betty and Joe Harris Memorial Fund | The Evan Jaffe Memorial Fund | Nancy L. and Arthur E. Lee Family Fund | The Betty and Arthur Roswell Counseling Center | The Joyce Schulman Memorial Fund | The Sadie Sussman Fund
To designate a donation to one of these funds, fill out the donation form and select the fund in designation section.
This fund is named for Rabbi Evan Jaffe, the long time rabbi of the Flemington Jewish Community Center, founding member of the Hebrew Free Loan program, and longtime supporter of the JFS Emergency Assistance Fund to honor his memory as someone who was always helping those in need.
The JFS Emergency Assistance Fund helps to provide food and other necessities to those in need in our community and the Hebrew Free Loan Program provides no interest loans to community members, who are struggling financially, when no other options are available.
Nancy Lee, a past president and longtime supporter of JFS, along with her husband Arthur, have established this fund to support the Special Needs programs and services offered at JFS.
With Nancy's background in special education and a lifelong interest in the struggles of families with special needs, this fund supports social learning groups, parent and sibling support groups, and an adult social club to enhance the lives of special need individuals and their families.
Betty Roswell, a founder and past president of JFS, along with her husband Arthur, established this fund to ensure that mental health counseling would be affordable and available to all those in need in the community.
This fund is supported by the Schulman and Lavitsky Families.
It is in memory of Joyce Schulman, who was a lifelong supporter of the Jewish Community, especially the services that helped those in need of basic subsistence, food, shelter, and clothing.
Her children established this fund to continue her legacy of Tikkun Olam.
Penny and Claudio Pincus established this fund in memory of Penny's mother Sadie Sussman who was always interested in Jewish life and the needs of the elderly.
This fund is meant to perpetuate her values of helping those at the ‘other’ end of life to remain comfortably and safely in their own environments as long as possible with an emphasis on independent senior living.
This fund will provide support to enable seniors to age in place and remain in their own homes and communities for as long as possible.
“Sadie was a very caring and kind person and this donation by her family will help seniors in our area to receive the help they need to remain at home” commented Marjorie Goldstein, a longtime friend of the family and a former board member of JFS.