By Mark Bonne |
Partnering with AlphaGraphics Seattle since 2009
Mission: To deliver essential human services to alleviate suffering, sustain healthy relationships and support people in times of need.
Jewish Family Service (JFS) was founded in 1892 to help address the concerns of homelessness, hunger, and unemployment in the Northwest Jewish community. JFS has expanded its scope and now provides essential human services to vulnerable individuals and families of all backgrounds in the Puget Sound region. Client-centered services are coordinated to help people build lives that are healthy and stable. People served include those who are housing and/or food insecure; aging adults; adults with cognitive disabilities; people affected by addiction; people affected by domestic violence; and, refugees from across the globe. They accept and embrace the concept of helping others help themselves, which has been the role of JFS for generations. This work is made possible by an incredibly supportive and generous community of donors and volunteers alike.
With a staff of over 200 and more than 1,900 volunteers, JFS touched the lives of over 12,500 people last year. With broad-based community support and involvement, they collaborate extensively with other social service organizations in both the Jewish and greater community to ensure that needs are met in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
JFS has services and programs for:
What JFS has to say about AlphaGraphics Seattle:
“AlphaGraphics Seattle is part of the team that helps carry our brand forward in everything we do. They help us look our best in a way that supports our core purpose, which is to serve those who are vulnerable. As sponsors of our Community of Caring Luncheon earlier this year, AlphsGraphics Seattle directly contributes to the work we do to foster the well-being of individuals and families in our region.”
AlphaGraphics Seattle is proud to partner with Jewish Family Service. JFS- Thank you for all you do!
For more information about Jewish Family Service, visit: www.jfsseattle.org.