JFS is continuing to serve our community, and the most vulnerable and needy in it, at this especially trying time. However, the impact of the pandemic forced JFS to change its model to adapt to the new socially-distanced world we live in today.
Update 4/7/2020: Amid the Coronavirus crisis, JFS offices are closed, but we are still operating normal business remotely. If you are in need of items from the food pantry or experiencing financial difficulties, please contact the office at 717-233-1681 or email us at email@example.com and we will respond within 24 hours.
In the past couple of weeks, Jewish Family Service has taken the initiative to serve the most vulnerable in our community during the growing outbreak of the COVID -19 virus.
Mitch Albom, best-selling author, sports writer, and humanitarian, gave a moving program about his latest book, Finding Chika: A Little Girl, An Earthquake and the Making of a Family, during a program presented by Jewish Family Service.
Everybody has a story. Some use their story to tell a bit about themselves to strangers or to give a timeline to their life.
But for children in adoption and foster care programs, those stories can mean a whole lot more.
Jewish Family Service of Harrisburg and presenting partner GIANT are excited to welcome best-selling author Mitch Albom for a discussion and book signing of his newest book, Finding Chika: An Earthquake, A Little Girl, and the Making of a Family at Beth El Temple Harrisburg on Tuesday, February 25 at 7pm.