Jewish Family and Children’s Services OF SAN FRANCISCO, THE PENINSULA, MARIN AND SONOMA COUNTIES
2009 – 2010
Contents Letter from the President and Executive Director 1 Awards and Honors
Outcomes 3 Services for Older Adults 5 Services for Families
Services for Adults
Services for Emigres
Volunteer Opportunities 13 Financial Highlights
Leadership Donors to the JFCS Friends Campaign 16 Community Organizations 18 Foundation and Grant Support
JFCS Offices and Board of Directors
F R O M T H E P R E S I D E N T A N D E X E C U T I V E D I R E C TO R
We Are Thankful
n a time of high unemployment and a still-struggling economy, your generosity is helping more people than ever before. Many are individuals who never imagined they would have to ask for help. Others, until now, were on the giving rather than receiving end, but have lost their jobs. Worse yet, public funding for safety net services has dried up and many have turned in desperation to JFCS. We are gratified to report that we have not had to turn anyone away. In fact, because of the urgency, we have been able to expand critical programs. For the frail, JFCS’ award-winning Seniors•At•Home cared for more elderly than ever in our history. To get families back on their feet, we expanded our Emergency Assistance and Parents Place programs. For adults with developmental disabilities, JFCS is proud to have opened the first program of its kind in the Bay Area—the Gary Shupin House Independent Living Community and Social Club. And to teach the lessons of the past to future generations, we established the JFCS Holocaust Center, and its centerpiece, the Tauber Holocaust Library and Education Program, to inspire thousands of young people throughout Northern California. JFCS depends on our many wonderful supporters for annual donations. We are acutely aware that community support is needed now—but also for the future. Toward this end, JFCS’ Family Matters Endowment Campaign continues. We are completing our 160th anniversary year and, as always, JFCS is here to keep our community strong. Our campaign is growing successfully and, with your help, we will reach our $100 million goal.
Nancy Goldberg President, JFCS Board of Directors
Thanks to our community’s extraordinary generosity, JFCS did something remarkable during this recession: we expanded services to help more in need.
We are deeply honored by the trust our community places in us, and confident that JFCS’ humanitarian work will go on for another 160 years, and many more. Thank you for working together with us to create the decent, compassionate, and strong community we are all so proud of. Warm regards, Nancy Goldberg, Board President Dr. Anita Friedman, Executive Director
Dr. Anita Friedman Executive Director
Awards and Honors R E C E N T H O N O R S A N D AWA R D S
JFCS was honored by a Community Partner Award from Change a Life Foundation, based in Southern California, in recognition of our success in helping people overcome hardship and become self-sufficient. JFCS’ Seniors•At•Home division was honored with the prestigious National Award for Excellence and Innovation in Geriatric Care from the American Society on Aging. Seniors•At•Home also was selected for a U.S. House of Representatives commendation from Congresswoman Jackie Speier in recognition of the agency’s success in providing outstanding care to seniors in the community. JFCS was awarded a highly competitive grant from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) Office of Citizenship. This grant—one of 14 in the nation—has helped us expand our model Citizenship Services program. The City and County of San Francisco also honored JFCS’ Emigre Services with its Award for Outstanding Service to Immigrants. The San Mateo Child Care Coordinating Council recognized JFCS with its Community Partner Leadership Award for improving childcare services to young children throughout San Mateo County.
The Santa Clara Human Rights Commission honored JFCS for its work in human rights, civic rights, and human services. JFCS’ Family Ambassador Program of Parents Place received an award from the Sunnyvale City Council for its collaboration with First Five of Santa Clara County, the City of Sunnyvale, and Family Resources of Palo Alto. Rabbi Daniel Isaacson, JFCS’ Director of Spiritual Care Services, was among the clergy honored at the San Francisco Interfaith Council’s 13th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Breakfast, whose theme was “Honoring the Unsung Heroes: Hospital and Hospice Chaplains.” JFCS received multiple Readers’ Choice awards from j, the Jewish news weekly of Northern California: first place in the Local Agency category in the San Francisco region; second place in the Local Agency category in the South Bay / Peninsula region, and first place in the Home Care Programs category for our Seniors•At•Home services. The International Academy of the Visual Arts awarded JFCS two Communicator Awards: a gold award of excellence for our 2008 – 2009 Annual Report and Permanent Endowment Fund Report and a silver award of distinction for our Web site at jfcs.org.
IN 2009 – 2010 WITH YOUR HELP:
105 babies found new homes and families to love them through our Adoption Connection.
510 individuals were comforted through JFCS’ Spiritual Care Services and our Palliative and End of Life Care for the very ill.
600 teens received counseling, paid internships
and fellowships, and loans and grants to go to college or study in Israel, and benefited from educational programs that give them a brighter future through JFCS’ YouthFirst.
700 refugees became new U.S. citizens through our Legal Services Department’s naturalization program.
800 individuals found jobs, training, and
health care through JFCS’ social enterprise programs.
1,005 individuals received help with
green cards, political asylum, conservatorship, benefit claims, and Holocaust survivor restitution applications from JFCS’ Legal Services.
1,550 children and adults with
disabilities were able to live as independently as
possible with the help of our Disabilities Program.
1,965 families got back on their feet with
financial and credit counseling to resolve problems with foreclosure, credit, and other crises as a result of the recession.
2,000 students and teachers developed
greater moral courage and social responsibility, thanks to programs offered by the JFCS Holocaust Center.
2,100 volunteers performed thousands of
acts of loving kindness to people in need, helping to make this a more compassionate world.
2,500 lesbian and gay individuals and families received counseling, adoption services, parenting support, and senior care through our LGBT Outreach.
2,800 families were given emergency
assistance to help them weather a personal or family crisis and regain self-sufficiency.
2,950 at-risk children at 90 childcare
centers for low-income families received the help they needed to grow up successfully through the JFCS award-winning Early Childhood Mental Health program.
8,100 gifts of holiday foods were delivered to
seniors and people with disabilities living alone or in nursing homes and assisted-living centers.
14,200 frail seniors live safe, healthy lives
because of help from JFCS’ nationally recognized Seniors•At•Home program, including home care, skilled nursing, personal affairs management, transportation, care coordination, social programs, and companionship.
31,000 children, teens, and families
were assisted through counseling and parent education, peer support groups, teacher training, and mentor programs at JFCS’ Parents Place.
50,000 rides were provided to frail elderly
and people with disabilities through JFCS RIDES transportation programs.
55,000 delicious and nutritious meals were delivered to homebound seniors and people with chronic illnesses and disabilities.
175,000 hours of exceptional personal care
were provided to frail and isolated adults, including skilled nursing services, home care, and loving support.
My mother has always been fiercely independent. She wouldn’t have dreamed of asking for help. But when I saw that her arthritis was worsening and she had trouble with daily tasks, I knew things needed to change. We contacted Seniors•At•Home. The home care aide has been a blessing. She makes a big difference by helping a few hours every day. With her assistance, Mother is still able to enjoy
home, friends, and family.
We help older adults live independently. SENIORS•AT•HOME PROGRAM Home Care Personal attendants and skilled nursing services enabling seniors and individuals with disabilities to live safely and comfortably at home. Palliative and End of Life Care A spectrum of services offering physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual care to seniors and their families who are facing chronic or terminal illnesses. Care Management Needs assessment and personal care plans, including complete services necessary to ensure older adults’ safety, security, and independence, often in conjunction with physicians and medical groups. Healthcare Advocacy Support for individuals who have been diagnosed with a serious or life-threatening illness and their families: assistance navigating the healthcare system, talking to the family, learning coping techniques, preparing for the future, and more. Holocaust Center Educational programs through the study of the Holocaust so that young people can learn understanding, moral courage, and social responsibility. Holocaust Survivors Support Financial aid, counseling, assistance filing restitution claims for survivors and their families, and Café by the Bay and Café Luncheon social programs are complemented by the complete range of programs offered by Seniors•At•Home. The Tauber Holocaust Library and Education Program Extensive library and archives to provide the resources for students and scholars to study the Holocaust and genocide. Spiritual Care Program Chaplaincy, emotional support, companionship, and bereavement services to help address the many emotional and spiritual issues that arise during times of transition. Kosher Meals on Wheels Hot kosher lunch delivery weekdays to housebound older adults. 5
Personal Affairs Management and Conservatorships Comprehensive services—from bill paying to conservatorship of estate—to help older adults and adults with disabilities manage their money safely and wisely. Caregiver Respite Support services for informal caregivers, including educational seminars, counseling, family consultations, and support groups, as well as our comprehensive range of senior services. Geriatric Research, Training, and Advocacy Research to evaluate new approaches and generate new policy to educate professionals and policy makers in the field of long-term care. Individual and Family Counseling Highest quality mental health care to help manage the challenges of aging, retirement, family and marital communication, caregiving, and bereavement. Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) Services that help Marin County seniors who are frail or have a disability live safely in their own homes, provided in cooperation with the California Department of Aging. Practical Support Transportation, meal preparation, housekeeping, shopping, and home repairs for older adults. JFCS RIDES Wheelchair-accessible vans and escorted rides to help seniors and people with disabilities get to medical appointments, grocery stores, and community events. Friendly Visitor Program A volunteer program providing companionship for seniors and individuals with special needs. Wellness Education Informative seminars and workshops on health issues, community resources, long-term care planning, and successful aging. ASSISTED LIVING AT RHODA GOLDMAN PLAZA 155 apartments for elegant assisted living, combined with a variety of support services and special programs for older adults. A partnership of JFCS and MZHF.
When Elisa’s preschool teacher told us that our daughter seemed withdrawn, we turned immediately to Parents Place for help and guidance. The parent educator and child therapist we met were sensitive and knowledgeable. They worked with our daughter over a few months. Now, thanks to their expertise, Elisa is a much happier and far more
We help families stay strong. ADOPTION CONNECTION Domestic and international adoptions, including home studies, post-placement services, and shortand long-term adoption assistance. DREAM HOUSE Housing, advocacy, and support for women and children struggling with domestic violence and/or homelessness. FINANCIAL AID CENTER Financial assistance for people in crisis; grants, loans, camperships, and scholarships for college, study in Israel, and business and professional development. PARENTS PLACE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS Nationally recognized family resource centers supporting families to raise their children successfully from infancy to adulthood. Assessment, Coaching, Counseling, and Therapeutic Play Groups Services addressing concerns about personal and developmental issues, depression, school and social problems, and family crises. Center for Special Needs Expert assessment and consultations, socialization groups, and support to families with children who have a wide range of special needs, including autism, learning differences, physical challenges, and more. CTI/Child Trauma Training Institute An international resource and training center for mental health professionals, providing state-ofthe-art training (including distance learning) in the treatment of traumatized children. Early Childhood Mental Health Services Training, consultation, and evaluation to improve Bay Area childcare centers and schools. Also, early intervention, assessment, and follow-up counseling and advocacy.
On the Mark Mentoring Program Matching mentors with children and youth who need a friend to help them on their way with tutoring and role modeling. Parent Education Workshops, support groups, counseling, and consultations to help parents raise their children successfully. Parents Place Express Parent education classes hosted at workplaces, schools, and other convenient sites for busy parents. Preschool and Kindergarten Fairs Special events hosting Bay Area schools and services to help parents make informed choices for the healthy development of their children. Professional Consultation Assessment and staff training for schools, childcare centers, after-school programs, and camps. Single Parent Centers Counseling, financial management coaching, professional skills development, parent education, support groups, and mentoring for single-parent families. YOUTHFIRST Counseling, academic and social support, college preparation, paid internships and fellowships, leadership training, community service, and Jewish service learning for youth.
I’d always provided a great life for my family. But when the recession hit and my business dried up, I didn’t know if I’d be able to shop for groceries or pay my mortgage. In desperation, I turned to JFCS. What a godsend they were! The financial advice, counseling, referrals, and emergency assistance to tide us over made all the difference. JFCS restored my faith in myself. I’m now getting back on my feet, step by step. It’s been
an incredible turnaround.
We help adults solve the problems in their lives. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Helping individuals and families cope with upheavals such as layoffs, home foreclosures, and recovery from surgery. In addition to short-term financial assistance for rent, utilities, medical expenses, and food, we offer help with budgeting, debt consolidation, and job interview skills, enabling people to become self-sufficient.
LGBT OUTREACH Counseling, adoption services, parenting groups, community education, and relationship seminars for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals and their families.
DISABILITIES SERVICES Comprehensive services, including counseling, financial aid, volunteer support, advocacy, and nutritious meals for people with disabilities or chronic illness and their families.
PSYCHOLOGICAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND SUPPORT GROUPS Safe and supportive counseling and psychiatric services for couples and individuals with a wide range of mental health and personal problems preventing them from living a fully functioning and fulfilling life; help for caregivers, parents in transition, and single adults.
GARY SHUPIN HOUSE INDEPENDENT LIVING COMMUNITY Helps adults with developmental disabilities to live independently in a warm and supportive environment, with comprehensive services and community activities.
CLEANERIFIC — JFCS SOCIAL ENTERPRISE PROGRAM Cleanerific creates jobs and offers job training, health benefits, and support for motivated workers; and provides superior, “green” cleaning services for homes and businesses.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT Raising domestic violence awareness and helping victims through community education, counseling, skills development, practical support, financial aid, and transitional housing at JFCS’ Dream House for women and their children. PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE CARE A spectrum of services offering spiritual, physical, emotional, and psychological care to individuals and families confronted with chronic or terminal illness. SPIRITUAL CARE, BEREAVEMENT, AND HEALING PROGRAM Chaplaincy, mental health, and extensive spiritual care and personal support services for people of all ages. COMMUNITY EDUCATION Community forums and workshops on topics from relationships and parenting to planning for the future and living with chronic illness or disabilities.
It’s not easy to start again at our age, but we want our children—and their children—to have better lives. JFCS understood everything we were going through and welcomed us. They guided us at every step: with housing, English classes, finding jobs, citizenship preparation, volunteers who became our friends, Jewish programs for our grandchildren, and more. They were our beacon of light at the end
of our journey.
We help new Americans start new lives. RJENERATION: YOUNG EMIGRE LEADERSHIP Peer support and volunteer programs for former emigres who came to the United States as children and are now young adults who are reconnecting to their roots and the Jewish community. YOUTHFIRST Employment, leadership development, Jewish service learning, academic support, college and career planning, counseling, paid internships and fellowships, and financial aid for youth.
BILINGUAL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Comprehensive bilingual problem-solving, counseling, and psychiatric services for adults and children suffering from depression or other psychological problems. CITIZENSHIP ASSISTANCE Help in securing U.S. citizenship, filing required paperwork, and preparing for exams and voter registration for emigres wishing to actively participate in American democracy. LEGAL SERVICES Legal advocacy; assistance with political asylum and green cards, family-based petitions, naturalization applications, and Claims Conference reparations for Holocaust survivors. Lâ€™CHAIM SENIOR HEALTH CENTER Medical and health services, classes, holiday celebrations and social activities, English studies and citizenship preparation, and hot lunches for low-income seniors. REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES Bilingual casework and advocacy, financial assistance, tutoring, acculturation classes, assistance with immigration problems, and Jewish community outreach.
I’ll never forget Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass. The Nazis smashed the windows of my father’s shop. We knew we had to leave Germany as soon as possible. We were lucky. My parents, older brother, and I came to this country on one of the last boats of Jewish refugees. I share my story with students because I want them to understand how the Holocaust came about and how we can stop other
crimes against humanity.
We offer many ways to give of yourself. ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLERICAL SUPPORT Filing, data entry, and mailing support for JFCS programs. CHICKEN SOUPERS Nutritious meal preparation and delivery for people with HIV/AIDS, physical disabilities, and chronic illnesses. COMPANIONSHIP PROGRAMS “Friendly visitor” matches for people of all ages in need of encouragement and support. Visits by volunteer-and-dog teams through JFCS’ Canine Corps program. Practical support for frail seniors and adults living with disabilities. EMIGRE VOLUNTEER OUTREACH AND SUPPORT Help with naturalization exam preparation and learning English. Donation of household goods to help emigres build new lives. One-on-one and ESL groups to connect new arrivals to our community and help them develop language skills. FAMILY VOLUNTEER PROJECTS Annual workdays, outreach to local food banks, and holiday food basket assembly and distribution to bring warmth and cheer to the isolated and lonely. JFCS HOLOCAUST CENTER Works with public, private, parochial, and Jewish schools, as well as the general public, to honor Holocaust survivors, increase understanding of the instrumental events of Jewish history, and establish effective programming for the post-eyewitness era. Includes the Tauber Holocaust Library and Education Program, the Manovill and Zisovich Holocaust History Fellowships for high school and college students, the Day of Learning conference for students and educators, study tours, the Oral History Project, and the Next Chapter Project, pairing students with Holocaust survivors to chronicle their eyewitness experiences. Holocaust survivors from many countries volunteer in the Speakers Bureau for outreach to schools, and enjoy the social and cultural events of monthly Café by the Bay luncheons.
JFCS RIDES VOLUNTEERS Transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping, and other necessities for seniors and people with chronic illnesses and disabilities. ON THE MARK MENTORS Friendship, guidance, and academic support for students between 8 and 18 years old. OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEENS High school students participate in community service projects and Jewish learning through our Kavod Crew program. Pre-teens and teens also join community service projects through Team Tzadek. In The Next Chapter Project, 10th – 12th grade students are paired with Holocaust survivors to capture their stories for future generations. PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE COMPASSIONATE COMPANIONS Provide practical, emotional, and spiritual support for individuals of all faiths and ages who are in declining health, as well as their families. SPECIAL DELIVERY Grocery deliveries in Marin County to isolated seniors, adults with disabilities, and those recovering from illness or surgery. TENDERLOIN PROJECT Oneg Shabbat monthly luncheon sponsored in partnership with volunteer programs of organizations and synagogues throughout the Bay Area.
Financial Highlights Individuals Served TOTAL: 65,120
Over 70% of all people JFCS helped received fully or partially subsidized services.
34,300 Children, Teens and Families 18,700 Seniors 9,995 Adults 2,125 Volunteers
Geographic Breakdown of People Served 55 % San Francisco 30 % Peninsula 12 % Marin County 3 % Sonoma County
85 % Direct Programs and Services 15 % Administration and Fundraising
JFCS Core Operating Support and Revenue Client Fees and Revenues Individual Contributions Foundation, Corporate, and Government Grants Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ Endowment Income Jewish Community Federation Annual Campaign
Total: $30,295,866* 63% 18% 14% 4% 1%
JFCS Core Operating Expenditures
Adult and Family Services
Financial Aid, Loans, and Grants
*Audited year-end figures for 2009/2010 year.
Total: $30,295,866* 60% 20% 11% 9%
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2010
Many thanks to the synagogues, schools, and other community organizations whose commitment to working with JFCS to improve people’s lives makes a real difference in the world. AIPAC Albert L. Schultz Jewish Community Center Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Services Agencies B’nai B’rith Men B’nai B’rith Ot Am Couples Unit B’nai Israel Jewish Center Brandeis-Hillel Day School, Marin Brandeis-Hillel Day School, San Francisco Bureau of Jewish Education Buri Buri Elementary School Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership in Marin Children’s Council of San Francisco Chinese Christian Schools Claire Lilienthal School Community Thrift Store Congregation Beth Am Congregation Beth Ami Congregation Beth Israel Judea Congregation Beth Jacob Congregation Beth Sholom Congregation B’nai Emunah Congregation B’nai Israel Congregation B’nai Tikvah Congregation Emanu-El Congregation Etz Chayim Congregation Kol Emeth Congregation Kol Shofar Congregation Ner Shalom Congregation Ner Tamid Congregation Netivot Shalom Congregation Rodef Shalom Congregation Sha’ar Zahav Congregation Sherith Israel Congregation Shir Shalom Congregation Shomrei Torah Contemporary Jewish Museum Coventry Park Curry Senior Center Gan HaLev, The Jewish Congregation of San Geronimo Valley
Gan Israel Preschool Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School HIAS Holocaust Center of Northern California Jewish Community Agency Jewish Community Center, San Francisco Jewish Community Center, Sonoma County Jewish Community Endowment Fund Jewish Community Federation Jewish Community High School of the Bay Jewish Film Festival Jewish Home Jewish Music Festival Jewish Women International Judah L. Magnes Museum Katherine Delmar Burke School Keddem Congregation Kehilla Jewish High School Kol Shofar Thursday Morning Minyan L’Chaim Health Center Clients Leadership Public Schools Miller Creek Home and School Club Mothers’ Club of Palo Alto / Menlo Park National Memorial AIDS Grove Oakland Hebrew Day School Or Shalom Jewish Community Osher Marin Jewish Community Center Osher Marin Jewish Community Center Preschool Oshman Family Jewish Community Center Peninsula Jewish Community Center Peninsula Sinai Congregation Peninsula Temple Beth El Peninsula Temple Beth El Women Peninsula Temple Sholom Piedmont High School – Class of 1969 Project Open Hand Rhoda Goldman Plaza RJeneration Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School San Francisco Day School San Francisco Food Bank SF Rebuilding Together Shannon Elementary School Sinai Memorial Chapel St. Anthony’s Foundation St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church St. Ignatius Church Stanley Middle School Temple Sinai T’Enna Preschool Tiferet Bet Israel Religious School Tutu School United Way California Capital Region Volunteers of America, Inc.
JFCS salutes the Koret Foundation for enabling us to care for the people of the Bay Area. For your leadership and generous support, we thank you.
JFCS is proud to be a member of the Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies, working together to offer the highest quality service to our community.
JFCS is grateful to the Jewish Community Federation for partnering with us to create a strong and caring community.
Foundation and Grant Support JULY 1, 2009 – JUNE 30, 2010
The continuing support that JFCS receives from foundations and government programs enables us to put our values into action. Thank you for helping us transform people’s lives. President’s Gold Circle Bella Vista Foundation California Department of Aging California Department of Education California Department of Social Services Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany Eucalyptus Foundation First 5 Marin First 5 San Francisco First 5 San Mateo County First 5 Sonoma County JCEF Newhouse Fund Jewish Community Endowment Fund Jewish Community Federation Koret Foundation Lorry I. Lokey Supporting Foundation Marcled Foundation Marin Community Foundation Marin County Community Mental Health Services Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation Lisa and John Pritzker Family Fund Ruth E. Raskin Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation Louise and Claude Rosenberg, Jr. Family Foundation San Francisco Community Behavioral Health Services San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families San Francisco Foundation San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Sandler Foundation Sonoma County Mental Health Services Taube Foundation for Jewish Life and Culture Ingrid D. Tauber Philanthropic Fund Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation
President’s Circle California Emergency Management Agency California Office of Homeland Security Crown Family Philanthropies First 5 Santa Clara County Walter and Elise Haas Fund JCEF Maimonides Fund Marin County Division of Aging Metropolitan Transportation Commission – Sonoma Peninsula Health Care District Phelan Foundation of the San Francisco Foundation Norman Raab Foundation U.S. Department of Homeland Security Viacom Harold and Libby Ziff Foundation
Eureka! Gold Vivienne S. Camp Trust of the San Francisco Foundation Change a Life Foundation JCF Senior Excursion Fund Marin Housing Authority Partner Fund Management San Francisco Department on the Status of Women San Mateo County Head Start San Mateo County Office of Education George H. Sandy Foundation Drs. Ben and A. Jess Shenson Fund at San Francisco Foundation Shenson Trust 2 of the San Francisco Foundation
Eureka Society Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation Bureau of Jewish Education Friend Family Foundation Gaia Fund Larry L. Hillblom Foundation Kaiser Permanente David L. Klein Jr. Foundation Morris Family Foundation Annunziata Sanguinetti Foundation Sidney Schonfeld Foundation
Sonoma County Emergency Food and Shelter Program Lawrence Weissberg Foundation
August Helbing Society Donald and Carole Chaiken Foundation Citigroup John F. and Mary A. Geisse Foundation Grossberg Abrams Foundation Herbst Foundation Lenore and Howard Klein Foundation Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation March Foundation MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Milton and Sophie Meyer Fund Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund Andrew Sabin Family Foundation San Francisco Adult Day Health Services Network Milton and Dorothy Sarnoff Raymond Foundation Seiger Family Foundation Toole Charitable Foundation United Way of America
Pioneer Society Eli and Mae Rosen Foundation Theta Delta Xi Gamma Chapter
Dream Builders Arzak Foundation Dauber Foundation Lisa & Douglas Goldman Fund Helts Foundation Kahn Foundation Leslie Family Foundation Morrison and Foerster Foundation Mountain View Kiwanis Foundation State Farm Insurance Companies (North Coast Office) Weithorn and Ehrmann Families Foundation Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation Myron Zimmerman Foundation
Community Builders Berke Family Foundation John Brockway Huntington Foundation Moldaw Family Supporting Foundation David and Lucile Packard Foundation Rotary Club of Santa Rosa Sinai Memorial Chapel Target
Business Partners JULY 1, 2009 – JUNE 30, 2010
Special thanks to our caring friends in the business community who believe that reaching out to people in need is an investment worth making. S e n i o r P a rt n e r s Amy’s Kitchen Bay Area Parent Beli Deli Bernstein Global Wealth Management Dan Bornstein, DMD Caldwell Snyder Gallery Canyon Ranch CB Engineers Charles Chocolates Charles Schwab & Co. Children’s Council of San Francisco Citigroup Clif Bar Clifford Swan Investment Counsel Darren McClung Estate & Precious Jewelry Edmond’s Plaza Florist Epicentro First 5 San Francisco First Republic Bank Galaxy Desserts Daniel F. Goodman, MD Hanson Bridgett LLP Hapoalim Securities USA, Inc. Heffernan Insurance Brokers Intersys Island Creative Management, LLC J. Sabatelli Brazil Cosmetics Juno Baby, Inc. Kaiser Permanente Marin Country Club Women’s Association Morgan Stanley Morrison & Foerster Net Optics, Inc. Norman S. Wright Mechanical Equipment Corp. Osterweis Capital Management, Inc. Pacific Union Pamela Rose & Sidepocket Park Avenue Catering Partner Fund Management, LP Payroll Resource Group Primark Benefits
Property Management One San Francisco Art Department San Francisco Food Bank San Francisco Magazine Sanyok Gallery Shorenstein Hays Nederlander – SHN Sitzmann Morris & Lavis Insurance Consulting Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation
A s s o c i at e s Anat Baniel Method AXA Advisors B.R. Cohn Winery Bay Area Vital Link Blue Angel Vodka Blues Jean Bar Brandvia Alliance Brown & Toland Medical Group California Coast Parent Magazine Cannonball Wine Company Chef Visconte Catering Childhood Matters Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass, LLP Community Thrift Store Cowen and Company, LLC Dale Interactive Group Encore Travel Eric Schumacher Photography Fremont Group Goldman, Sachs & Co. Good & Fowler, LLP Joe Gurkoff, Artist Herco Jewelry Company Hill & Co. IBM Imagery Estate Winery IQ Photo J.P. Morgan Joshua Ets-Hokin Photography Judd’s Hill Joanna Karlinsky Kstati (aka Apropos) La Boheme
Leerink Swann LLC L’Olivier French Restaurant Marine Mammal Center Merrill Lynch & Co. Microsoft MTV Networks and Comedy Central Pacific Gas & Electric Company Palo Alto Commons Paragon Real Estate Group Pearl and Jade Empire Pediatric Developmental Specialists Peter Olivetti Photography R.M.R. Construction Republic of Tea Reya’s Care for Seniors Round Table Pizza Serena & Lily Stacy Scott Fine Catering State Farm Insurance Companies (North Coast Office) Sterling bank & trust Sushi Sam’s Edomata Target Volunteers of America Wells Fargo Bank Whole Foods Market Wilson and Dean Shoes ( Wilkes Bashford) Winship Wealth Partners XIM, Inc.
Friends 18 Rabbits Acme Bread Company AcroSports Adobe Systems All City Printing Ambleside Logic, Inc. Bank of America Barclays Global Investors Benefit Best Western SonomaValley Inn Bighorn Cellars California Academy of Sciences Camp Galileo
Campton Place Hotel – A Taj Hotel Celsius and Beyond Chaiken Clothing Chef Rick Cunningham Chevron CHI Au Pair USA Children’s Fairyland Cisco Systems Classic Kids Photography Cleanerific Contemporary Jewish Museum Covenant Wines Daly City Party Playhouse Dimitra’s Skin Care & MediSpa Dolby Laboratories Donsuemor Electronic Arts Embassy Suites, Monterey Bay Epic Roasthouse Reed Ferrick, DMD Flour + Water Andrea Fono Gallery Squared, Contemporary Israeli Art Garden Court Hotel Garden Project Gigi Kaufman Jewelry Gina Khan Salon Greystone Hotels Hagafen Cellars of Napa Valley HAPPYBABY Hewlett-Packard Co. Highland Team Consulting Il Fornaio James Beard Foundation James Judd & Son V ineyards Jenny Sampson Photography Karen Wolfe Social Coaching KKR Financial Corp. Lenat & Partners, Inc. Levi Strauss Foundation Social Benefits Program Lipman Insurance Administrators Loral Space and Communications Lori Bonn Designs
M. Holland Company Manor Association, Inc. Wendy L. McLaughlin CLU, ChFC Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc. Rebecca Minkoff Mojon’s Bench Wines My Gym Children’s Fitness Center Nina Bonos Joyous Judaica Nurseryman’s Exchange Sue Oda, Landscape Architect Omni Hotel, San Francisco Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of San Francisco Jeanine Payer Peet’s Coffee & Tea Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Planet Grape Quintessa Karen Raz / Global Trust Diamonds Red Tricycle Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe Ritz-Carlton Hotel, San Francisco Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park Rocks with Soul San Francisco Bay Club San Francisco Giants San Mateo Marriott Sanrio, Inc. Secretary in Israel, LLC Sephora USA, Inc. Skin Splendor Loren Slocum Sofitel San Francisco Bay Steve Gaysinskiy Photography Sylvan Learning Center Symbio Tenaya Lodge Town & Country Resources Visa International Westin Palo Alto Wilkes Bashford Winchester Inn and Restaurant Zeum
Contact Us San Francisco
Miriam Schultz Grunfeld Professional Building 2150 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115
Eleanor Haas Koshland Center 2001 Winward Way, Suite 200 San Mateo, CA 94404
Parents Place 415-359-2454
2001 Winward Way, Suite 200 San Mateo, CA 94404
August Helbing Building Koret Family Resource Center 1710 Scott Street San Francisco, CA 94115
Adoption Connection 415-359-2494 1710 Scott Street San Francisco, CA 94115
Emigre Services 415-449-2900 2534 Judah Street San Francisco, CA 94122
L’Chaim Senior Health Center 415-449-2900 2534 Judah Street San Francisco, CA 94122
Seniors•At•Home 415-449-3777 2150 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115
Cleanerific 415-820-7230 2150 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115
JFCS Holocaust Center 415-449-
Francis Goldsmith Building 2245 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115
Marin County 415-491-7960
Dr. George Sugarman Swift Building 600 Fifth Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901
Parents Place 415-491-7959 600 Fifth Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901
Seniors•At•Home 415-507-0564 600 Fifth Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901
BOARD OFFICERS 2010/2011 PRESIDENT Nancy Goldberg
Parents Place 650-931-1840
VICE PRESIDENTS Paul Crane Dorfman Michael J. Kaplan Susan Kolb
TREASURER Mark S. Menell
2001 Winward Way, Suite 200 San Mateo, CA 94404
South Peninsula 650-688-3030
Koret Family Resource Center 200 Channing Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301
Emigre Services 650-688-3050 200 Channing Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301
Parents Place 650-688-3040 200 Channing Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301
Seniors•At•Home 650-688-3000 200 Channing Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301
Sonoma County 707-571-8131
1360 N. Dutton Avenue, Suite C Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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SECRETARY Claire M. Solot DIRECTORS Joseph Alouf Ian H. Altman Suzy Colvin Don Friend Lynn Ganz Paul Gelburd Marsha W. Jacobs, MFT Michael Janis Ronald N. Kahn Scott C. Kay Sharon L. Litsky Alexander S. Lushtak Jan Maisel, MD Galina Miloslavsky Dr. Raquel Newman Karen Pell Lela Sarnat, PhD Harvey Schloss James Shapiro Ronna Stone Stephen Swire Ingrid D. Tauber, PhD Luba Troyanovsky Douglas A. Winthrop IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENTS Dr. Raquel Newman Harvey Schloss Lela Sarnat, PhD Alison Ross Norman Olson EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dr. Anita Friedman 25
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Strengthening individuals. Strengthening families. Strengthening community.
"160 Years and Still Pioneering," the annual report of Jewish Family and Children's Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sono...