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OF SAN FRANCISCO, THE PENINSULA, MARIN AND SONOMA COUNTIES

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ANNUAL REPORT 2008-2009


Contents

Letter from the President and Executive Director ................1 Awards and Honors .........................................................................2 Outcomes ............................................................................................2 Services for Older Adults ...............................................................4 Services for Families ........................................................................6 Services for Adults............................................................................8 Services for Emigres ......................................................................10 Volunteer Opportunities..............................................................12 Financial Highlights .......................................................................14 Leadership Donors to the JFCS Friends Campaign ............16 Foundation and Grant Support.................................................23 Business Partners............................................................................24 JFCS Offices and Board of Directors ........................................25


FROM THE PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE DIREC TOR

Strengthening individuals. Strengthening families. Strengthening community. Like other nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area and across the country, JFCS felt the Great Recession this year. But instead of cutting back our services, we did something remarkable: we expanded them. The expansion was necessary because of the increase in requests for emergency family assistance: up 50% over the previous year. More people were at risk of hunger, so we increased the services of our Food Pantry in each region. More families were at the brink of foreclosure, so we helped more of them through emergency financial assistance and counseling. More people lost their jobs, so we created services for the newly unemployed to help them get back on their feet. We did all of this while broadening other vital services that our community needs to thrive and remain strong and self-sufficient. In 2008 – 2009, we also served more children, families, and elderly than ever: 65,000.

Dr. Raquel Newman, 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.

As we work hard over the months ahead to ensure that all who come to us receive the help they need, we remain grateful to our community, whose generosity and compassion have enabled us to do so much for so many. Please know that we shall continue to do our best to earn your confidence and trust—and to uphold our 160-year-strong tradition of humanitarian service. With warm regards, Dr. Raquel Newman, Board President Dr. Anita Friedman, Executive Director

Dr Anita Frie Dr. Friedman, Executive Director

M ILESTONES IN JFCS H ISTOR Y

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August Helbing establishes the Eureka Benevolent Society, the predecessor to JFCS and the oldest charitable organization west of the Mississippi. 3


JFCS’ Seniors•At•Home was twice honored with the prestigious “National Award for Excellence and Innovation in Geriatric Care” from the American Society on Aging.

JFCS received three Readers’ Choice Awards from the J Weekly in 2009: Favorite Local Agency (JFCS Marin), Favorite Place to Volunteer, and Best Home Care Program (Seniors•At•Home).

The City and County of San Francisco honored JFCS’ Emigre Services with its “Award for Outstanding Service to Immigrants.”

The San Mateo Child Care Coordinating Council recognized JFCS with their “Community Partner Leadership Award” for improving childcare services to young children throughout San Mateo County.

JFCS’ Family Ambassador Program received the Sunnyvale City Council’s Award for a collaboration between First Five of Santa Clara County, the City of Sunnyvale, Family Resources of Palo Alto, and JFCS’ Parents Place.

The Santa Clara Human Rights Commission bestowed upon JFCS in 2009 an award in recognition of our work in human rights, civic rights, and human services.

I N 2008 – 2009 W I T H YO U R H E L P: •

110 babies found new homes and families to

love them through our Adoption Connection. •

700 refugees became new U.S. citizens with 700 individuals found jobs, training, and healthcare through JFCS’ Social Enterprise Programs.

2,500 volunteers performed thousands of acts of loving kindness – visiting people who are sick or alone, driving people to doctors, mentoring young people – to help make this a more kind and compassionate world.

the help of our Naturalization Program. •

1,550 children and adults with disabilities were able to live as independently as possible with the help of our Disabilities Program.

600 teens from low-income families received counseling, paid internships, and loans and grants to go to college or study in Israel, helping them look forward to a brighter future through JFCS’ YouthFirst.

Legal Services with citizenship, green cards, political asylum, conservatorship, benefit claims, and Holocaust survivor restitution applications.

450 individuals were comforted through JFCS’ Spiritual Care Services and our Palliative and End of Life Care for the terminally ill.

1,115 individuals received help from JFCS’

2,500 lesbian and gay individuals and families received counseling, adoption, parenting support, and senior care through our LGBT Outreach initiatives.

1871 The Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home Society (PHOA) is established to care for those orphaned and sickened by famine, disease, and fires during the Gold Rush migrations to the Bay Area. 4


2,800 families were given Emergency Assistance to help them weather a personal or family crisis and get back on their feet.

3,050 at-risk children at 90 low-income childcare centers received the help they need to grow up successfully through the JFCS award-winning Early Childhood Mental Health Program.

5,000 rides were provided to frail elderly and disabled through the JFCS RIDES Transportation Program to help them get out and about, visit their doctors, or do their shopping.

6,100 bags of wonderful holiday foods were delivered to seniors and people with disabilities living alone or in nursing homes and assistedliving centers.

14,200 frail seniors live safe, healthy lives because of help, including homecare, skilled nursing, counseling, personal affairs management, transportation to medical appointments, care coordination, companionship, and emotional support from JFCS’ nationally recognized Seniors•At•Home.

31,000 children, teens, and families were assisted with the big task of growing up successfully through individual and family counseling, the Center for Special Needs, peer support groups, parent education, and mentor programs at Parents Place.

55,000 delicious and nutritious meals were delivered to homebound seniors and people with illness and disabilities.

170,000 hours of exceptional personal care were provided to frail and isolated adults, including skilled nursing services, home care, and loving support.

1896 – 1905 6,000 Russian Jews settle in the Bay Area with the help of the Eureka Benevolent Society.

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I’ve been an active person my whole life. I’ve been retired for many years, but, until recently, still traveled, visited friends, went to the theater. When my vision began failing last year, I was devastated. How would I remain involved and get around town? My daughter encouraged me to contact Seniors•At•Home at JFCS. The volunteer who drives and accompanies me to the museum, the aide who helps me around the house, the young lady who reads to me—they are interested in my thoughts and feelings. I haven’t felt this connected in years.

1906 The Eureka Benevolent Society and the Orphan Asylum provide vital support in the aftermath of the Great Earthquake and Fire.

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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.

Geriatric Research, Training, and Advocacy Formal research to evaluate new approaches and generate new policy to educate and train professionals and policy makers in the field of long-term care.

Palliative and End of Life Care A spectrum of services offering physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual care to seniors and their families.

Individual and Family Counseling Highest quality mental health care to ease the pain of any type of psychological challenge or mental illness.

Complete Care Coordination 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.

Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) Services that help Marin County seniors with disabilities to live safely in their own homes. Provided in cooperation with the California Department of Aging.

Holocaust Survivors Support Financial aid, homecare, counseling, and assistance filing restitution claims for survivors and their families, as well as Café by the Bay and Café Luncheon social programs. Spiritual Care, Bereavement, and Healing Program Counseling and chaplaincy services for those facing illness or loss. Kosher Meals on Wheels Hot kosher lunch delivery weekdays to housebound older adults. Personal Affairs Management and Conservatorships Bill paying and financial oversight for older and disabled adults, protecting their assets and ensuring preservation of their financial well-being. Caregiver’s Assistance An extra set of hands to assist with shopping, transportation, housekeeping or home repairs, and a peer support group.

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 that provides companionship for seniors and others 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 and special dementia care, combined with a variety of support services and special programs for older adults. A partnership of JFCS and MZHF.

1914 – 1918 World War I and the Russian Revolution trigger a new wave of Jewish immigration to the San Francisco Bay Area. The Eureka Benevolent Society helps newcomers settle and build new lives. 7


We started coming to Parents Place soon after our son was born. As an LGBT couple, we felt particularly welcome. At Parents Place, they walk the talk. We came to drop-in play group sessions with our son and attended workshops on many subjects. When our son began attending preschool, the teachers noticed he seemed unfocused, fidgety, and easily distracted. They recommended that we meet with a therapist at Parents Place’s Center for Special Needs to get a full assessment. We now know that he has attention deficit disorder, and we’re taking steps to help him thrive.

1921 The Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum becomes the first cottagetype childcare campus in the United States when it relocates to Ingleside as Homewood Terrace. 8


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. PARENTS PLACE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS Nationally recognized family resource centers supporting families to raise their children successfully from infancy to adulthood.

Assessment, Counseling, and Therapeutic Play Groups Services addressing concerns about personal issues, developmental difficulties, depression, school and social problems, and family crises. CTI/Child Trauma Training Institute An international resource and training center for mental health professionals, providing stateof-the-art training 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, and comprehensive child-development lending library to help parents do the world’s most important job.

Parents Place Express Parent education classes hosted at workplaces, schools, and other convenient sites for busy parents. Preschool Preview Night Bay Area schools and services helping 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. Centers 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. YouthFirst Counseling, academic and social support, college preparation, internships, leadership training, community service, emigre programs, and Jewish service learning for youth. Kavod Crew Community service and Jewish service learning projects for high school students. Team Tzadek Community service projects for pre-teens and teens, combining Jewish service learning with social action. FINANCIAL AID CENTER Financial assistance for people in crisis, and grants, loans, camperships, and scholarships for college, study in Israel, and business and professional development.

1930s From its new office complex on Scott Street in San Francisco’s Fillmore District, EBS continues its resettlement work and support for women and children during wartime years. 9


I always thought I would remain at the top of my game. Then my wife got sick, and she never got better. At 45, I was a widower with an 8- and 12-year-old. When the economic crisis hit, I learned that an MBA and 20 years in financial services didn’t make me immune. My rabbi directed me to JFCS for help with financial assistance and referrals for job counseling. But JFCS also helped me deal with the losses in my life and helped my kids deal with their mother’s death. We’re all doing better. I’m starting to feel like my old self again.

1939 The Eureka Benevolent Society changes its name to Jewish Family Service Agency when it expands its services to offer counseling and education. 10


We help adults solve the problems in their lives. EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Helping individuals and families cope with upheavals such as layoffs, home foreclosures, recovery from surgery, etc. In addition to shortterm 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. DISABILITIES SERVICES Comprehensive services, including counseling, financial aid, volunteer support, advocacy, and nutritious meals for people with disabilities or chronic illness and their families. GARY SHUPIN HOUSE – INDEPENDENT LIVING COMMUNITY Helps Jewish adults with developmental disabilities to live independently in a warm and supportive environment. Opening 2009 – 2010. 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 families. 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 HIV/AIDS, chronic illness, or disabilities. HIV/AIDS SERVICES Counseling, practical support, advocacy, and nutritious meals for people with HIV/AIDS. INTERFAITH SERVICES Counseling, support groups, workshops, and seminars for interfaith and interracial couples and families. LGBT OUTREACH Counseling, adoption services, parenting groups, community education, and relationship seminars for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals 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. CLEANERIFIC—JFCS SOCIAL ENTERPRISE PROGRAM Cleanerific creates jobs while offering job training, health benefits, and support for disadvantaged workers, and offers superior, “green” cleaning services for homes and businesses.

1943 Now known as JFSA, we open our first social enterprise, Utility Workshop, a job-creation program for refugees and elderly immigrants. 11


My family and I came from the Ukraine 15 years ago. JFCS found us housing, provided vocational counseling to my parents, and enrolled them in English classes. I don’t recall much from that time—I was only 2—but over the years Mom and Dad have spoken of JFCS and the help we received. I’m still involved with JFCS. This past summer, I worked at a law firm through JFCS’ intern program. I want to become an immigration attorney, and having this opportunity was phenomenal. I appreciate everything JFCS has done for us. Someday, I hope to give back to the community that has given so much to us. Thanks again, JFCS.

1950s A wave of philanthropic giving in the Bay Area helps us expand our programs further, providing counseling to adults and resettlement services for Jewish refugees from Hungary and Germany. 12


We help new Americans start new lives. 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. L’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.

79 ERS /G EN R Peer group support and services 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, and financial aid.

1966 We open our first branch office to serve the growing Jewish community and general population on the Peninsula.

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When I retired a few years ago, I wanted to volunteer. I thought of JFCS because my aunt received help from them several years ago. I began delivering holiday bags to people with disabilities. This led to my becoming a Senior Companion. Talk about life transforming. My client is partially paralyzed and has other troubles. But she is full of life and a joy to be around. We play Scrabble, talk politics and current events, and occasionally have dinner together. I know that volunteering is about “giving back.� But she gives back to me ten times what I give to her.

1972 We open a branch office in Marin and develop a youth outreach program on the Peninsula.

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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. 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. PALLIATIVE, END OF LIFE COMPASSIONATE COMPANIONS Provide support and spiritual care for individuals and families facing illness. BE THE WHEELS DRIVERS Transportation to medical appointments, social events, shopping, and more for seniors and people with chronic illnesses and disabilities. 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.

KAVOD CREW Community service projects for high school students, combining Jewish learning with social action. ON THE MARK MENTORS Friendship, guidance, and academic support for students between 8 and 18 years old. PRACTICAL SUPPORT Assisting with errands, reading to people, helping with shopping, or giving family caregivers a few hours’ break. PROGRAM ASSISTANTS Support for L’Chaim Senior Health Center, Café by the Bay, the Disabilities Project, and Parents Place. SPECIAL DELIVERY Grocery deliveries to isolated seniors, adults with disabilities, and those recovering from illness or surgery in Marin. TEAM TZADEK Community service projects for pre-teens and teens, combining Jewish learning with social action. TENDERLOIN PROJECT Oneg Shabbat monthly luncheon sponsored in partnership with volunteer programs of organizations and synagogues throughout the Bay Area. HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR PROGRAMS Assisting with restitution and reparation applications, the Yad Vashem Names Recovery Project, and Café by the Bay special events.

1974 We offer child therapy, consultation to teachers, and group counseling for parents as part of our Child Guidance Program, and we expand our services to the elderly. We help resettle Vietnamese and Cambodian refugees and the first trickle of Soviet emigres. 15


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Financial Highlights Individuals Served TOTAL: 65,000

34,100 Children and Families

Over 70% of all people helped received fully or partially subsidized services.

18,500 Seniors 9,900 Adults 2,500 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

1977 After the merger of JFSA with Homewood Terrace, the organization is renamed Jewish Family and Children’s Services, and we expand our community-based services for children and families. 16


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JFCS Core Operating Support and Revenue

Total: $30,138,064*

Client Fees

63%

Individual Contributions

17%

Foundation, Corporate, and Government Grants

13%

Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ Endowment Income Cleanerific Jobs Program Jewish Community Federation Annual Campaign

4% 2% 1%

JFCS Core Operating Expenditures

Total: $30,138,064*

Senior Services

63%

Children’s Services

18%

Adult and Family Services

9%

Financial Aid, Loans, and Grants Cleanerific Jobs Program

7% 3%

*Preliminary unaudited year-end figures for 2008/2009 year.

1979 JFCS coordinates emigre services for the Bay Area Jewish community, helping resettle over 45,000 emigres from the Soviet Union during the next 20 years. 17


THANK YOU

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009

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 Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership in Marin Children’s Council of San Francisco Community Thrift Store Congregation Beth Am Congregation Beth Ami Congregation Beth Israel-Judea Congregation Beth Jacob & Irving Levin Jewish Center Congregation Beth Jacob Chavurah Congregation Beth Sholom 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 Sholom Congregation Sha’ar Zahav Congregation Sherith Israel Congregation Shir Shalom Congregation Shomrei Torah Contemporary Jewish Museum Curry Senior Center Department of Elementary Education, San Francisco State University Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School HIAS Holocaust Center of Northern California Jewish Community Agency Jewish Community Center of San Francisco Jewish Community Center, Sonoma County Jewish Community Endowment Fund Jewish Community Federation Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco’s YAD (Young Adults Division) Jewish Community High School of the Bay

1982 JFCS opens Parents Place family resource center on California Street in San Francisco. Our innovative model will be replicated and adapted throughout the country and in Israel. 18


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Jewish Family Preschool at Congregation Beth Sholom Jewish Film Festival Jewish Home Jewish Women International Judah L. Magnes Museum Keddem Congregation Kehillah Jewish High School Kol Shofar Chavarah Kol Shofar Sunday School Kol Shofar Thursday Morning Minyan L’Chaim Health Center Clients National Memorial AIDS Grove Oakland Hebrew Day School Or Shalom Jewish Community

Osher Marin Jewish Community Center Osher Marin Jewish Community Center Preschool Peninsula Jewish Community Center Peninsula Sinai Congregation Peninsula Temple Beth El Peninsula Temple Beth El Brotherhood Peninsula Temple Beth El Women Peninsula Temple Sholom Peninsula Temple Sholom Brotherhood Project Open Hand Rhoda Goldman Plaza

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.

Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School San Francisco Day School San Francisco Food Bank SF Rebuilding Together Sinai Memorial Chapel St. Anthony’s Foundation St. Ignatius Church T’Enna Preschool The 79ers/Generation R Tiferet Bet Israel Religious School United Way California Capital Region United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania United Way of the Wine Country

JFCS is grateful to the Jewish Community Federation for partnering with us to create a strong and caring community.

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.

1985 – 1986 JFCS establishes Adoption Connection, offering domestic and international adoption services for both birthmothers and adoptive parents. We also create the first Jewish AIDS outreach program in the United States. 19


THANK YOU

Foundation and Grant Support J U L Y 1, 2008

TO J U N E

30, 2009

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. P RE S I D E NT ’S C I RC L E Bella Vista Foundation California Department of Aging California Department of Community Services and Development

International Commision on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims JCEF Maimonides Fund JCEF Newhouse Fund Jewish Community Endowment Fund

California Department of Education

Jewish Community Federation

California Department of Social Services

Koret Foundation

California Governor’s Office of Homeland Security Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany Crown Family First 5 Marin First 5 San Francisco First 5 San Mateo County First 5 Santa Clara County First 5 Sonoma County Friedman Family Foundation Larry L. Hillblom Foundation

Lorry I. Lokey Supporting Foundation Marcled Foundation Marin Community Foundation Marin County Community Mental Health Services Marin County Division of Aging Marin County Housing Authority Metropolitan Transportation Commission–Sonoma Peninsula Health Care District

Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation

San Mateo County Health Services Agency

Lisa and John Pritzker Family Fund

San Mateo County Office of Education

Ruth E. Raskin Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

Sandler Foundation

Louise and Claude Rosenberg, Jr. Family Foundation

Sonoma County Mental Health Services

San Francisco Community Behavioral Health San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

E U RE K A ! G O L D S O C I E T Y Vivienne S. Camp Trust of the San Francisco Foundation JCEF Senior Excursion Fund Norman Raab Foundation

Ingrid D. Tauber Philanthropic Fund

Drs. Ben and A. Jess Shenson Foundation at San Francisco Foundation

Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation

Sonoma County Human Services Department

Harold and Libby Ziff Foundation

Taube Foundation for Jewish Life and Culture Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation

San Francisco Department on the Status of Women San Francisco Foundation San Mateo Child Care Coordinating Council San Mateo County Head Start

1988 We open Help at Home, later renamed Seniors•At• Home, to provide home care and many other services to the growing population of older adults in the Bay Area. 20


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Foundation and Grant Support CONTINUED

E U RE K A ! S O C I E T Y Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation Change a Life Foundation

AUGUST HELBING SOCIETY John F. and Mary A. Geisse Foundation

Friend Family Foundation

Herbst Foundation

Gaia Fund

Marin County Office of the District Attorney

Ira and Leonore Gershwin Philanthropic Fund JCEF Kohn Fund Morris Family Foundation Rosalyn & Joseph Newman Foundation Bernard and Ruth Raskin Emergency Fund for Seniors San Francisco Adult Day Services Network Annunziata Sanguinetti Foundation Sonoma County Human Services Commission

MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Milton and Sophie Meyer Fund North Peninsula Jewish Community Teen Foundation Andrew Sabin Family Foundation San Mateo County Mental Health Contractors Association Sonoma County Emergency Food and Shelter Program

PIONEER SOCIET Y

D RE A M B U I L D E R S

TZE D A K A H C I RC L E

In-N-Out Burger Foundation

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Target

Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County

Theta Delta Xi Gamma Chapter

Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund

Weithorn & Ehrmann Family Foundation

Helts Foundation Partners Ending Domestic Abuse

Bard Family Fund of Community Foundation Sonoma County Dalio Family Foundation Santa Rosa East Rotary Foundation

CO M M U N I T Y B U I L D E R S James Beard Foundation John Brockway Huntington Foundation David and Lucile Packard Foundation Seligman Family Foundation Sinai Memorial Chapel State Farm Insurance Companies (North Coast Office)

Morris Stulsaft Foundation United Way of the Wine Country Walnut Fund

1990 JFCS opens an office in Sonoma County to serve a more rural, dispersed population in need of social services.

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THANK YOU

Business Partners J U L Y 1, 2008

TO J U N E

30, 2009

Special thanks to our caring friends in the business community who believe that reaching out to people in need is an investment worth making. Craft Distillers/Hangar One

Nurserymen’s Exchange

Creative Litho

Oren’s Kitchen

Epicentro

Palo Alto Commons

Exchange Bank Fraenkel Gallery

Paragon Real Estate Group

Bay Area Vital Link

Galaxy Desserts

Patron Spirits Company

Benefit

Ground Floor Public Affairs Corp.

Pearl and Jade Empire

IQ Photo Il Fornaio

Peter Olivetti Photography

Imagery Estates Winery

Richard Boyle

Bloomingdale’s

J. Lohr Vineyards

Bridgeline Capital Group, Inc.

JW Marriott San Francisco

Ritz-Carlton Club & Residences, San Francisco

Bright Horizons Family Solutions

Jeanine Payer, Inc.

CDW

Karen Neuburger, Ltd.

CPMC BabySteps

Kika’s Treats

Campton Place, A Taj Hotel

Leerink Swann LLC

S E N I O R PA R T N E R S

ITC Medical Supplies

A S S O C I ATE S

AAA-California State Automobile Association

Island Creative Management, LLC

AXA Advisors

Arrowood Vineyards and Winery

Kstati Longs Drugs

Alpert & Alpert Iron & Metal, Inc.

Bank of America

Mayacamus Ranch

Andrea Fono

Bay Area Parent

Morrison & Foerster

Beli Deli

Natixis Bleichroeder, Inc.

Bernstein Global Wealth Management

Net Optics, Inc.

Betty Zlatchin Catering

CB Engineers CaldwellSnyder Gallery Charles Chocolates Citigroup City National Bank Clifford Swan Investment Counsel Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP Daniel F. Goodman, MD Darren McClung Estate & Precious Jewelry Edmonds Plaza Florist Epic Records Epic Wines First Republic Bank Fremont Group

Norman S. Wright Mechanical Equipment Corp. Osterweis Capital Management, Inc. Pacific Union Pamela Rose & Sidepocket Primark Benefits Safeway San Francisco Art Department Shorenstein Hays Nederlander – SHN Sitzmann Morris & Lavis Insurance Consulting Target Viacom

Amgen

Bighorn Cellars Bingham McCutchen LLP

Capital Group Companies

Cheese School of San Francisco

Marin Day Schools

Cowen & Company, LLC

Heffernan Insurance Brokers

L’Olivier MWA, Inc.

Clif Bar

Hanson Bridgett LLP

Leon Brauer Photography

Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Childhood Matters

Generocity Partners

Kaiser Permanente

Macy’s, Inc. Mechanics Bank

Odesskiy Listok

Peet’s Coffee & Tea

Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco Rosewood Sand Hill San Francisco Bay Club San Francisco Perinatal Associates Schumacher Photography Serena and Lily Shu Uemura Silver Pines Vineyards Soulflower Floral Design

Mojon’s Bench Wines

State Farm Insurance Companies (North Coast Office)

Morgan Stanley

Sterling bank & trust

NZS Worldwide

Sterling Savings Bank

Microsoft

1994 We open Dream House, a domestic-violence-prevention and transitional housing program to serve women and children.

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Business Partners CONTINUED

Steve Gaysinskiy

FRIENDS

Helga Justman Jewelry

Mani + Nanny

Saks Fifth Avenue

Suzanne Moreno Berke

AcroSports

IAG Media, Inc.

Sushi Rapture

Adobe Systems

Intuit

My Gym Children’s Fitness Center

San Francisco Parks Trust

US Trust Bank of America Private Wealth Management

American Gymnastics

Jenny Sampson Photography

National City Corporation

Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP

JK Life Stories

Neiman Marcus

Telecare Corporation

Julie King, Parent Educator

New York Life

Town & Country Resources, Inc.

Unilever Vzglyad Webcor Builders Wells Fargo Bank Westin St. Francis Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati XIM, Inc.

Applera Corporation AuPairCare Barclays Global Investors Barefoot Books Bingham, Osborn & Scarborough LLC CHI Au Pair USA Chaiken Clothing Company Children’s Fairyland Clorox Company

KKR Financial Corp.

Pal-er-size Adventures in Fitness

Language in Action

Perforce Software, Inc.

Levi Strauss Foundation Social Benefits Program

Personal Nanny Placement Services

Liz Palacios

Providence Place

Long Beach General Business

Reya’s Care for Seniors

Cris Zander Design

Loral Space & Communications, Inc.

Gateway Learning Group

Lori Bonn Designs

Tree Frog Treks Tutu School

Rukin Hyland Doria & DuFrane, LLP Rutherford & Chekene Consulting Engineers

Late 1990s JFCS expands services to help the large population of elderly Holocaust survivors in the Bay Area and opens L’Chaim Senior Health Center with a bilingual medical and social program for frail elderly, including many Russian-speaking refugees. 23


Contact Us San Francisco

Marin County

South Peninsula

415-449-1200

415-491-7960

650-688-3030

Miriam Schultz Grunfeld Professional Building 2150 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115

Dr. George Sugarman Swift Building 600 Fifth Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901

Koret Family Resource Center 200 Channing Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301

Parents Place 415-491-7959 Parents Place 415-359-2454

August Helbing Building Koret Family Resource Center 1710 Scott Street San Francisco, CA 94115

600 Fifth Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901 Seniors•At•Home 415-507-0564

600 Fifth Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901

Adoption Connection 415-359-2494

2150 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115

Mid/North Peninsula 650-931-1800

2534 Judah Street San Francisco, CA 94122

Eleanor Haas Koshland Center 2001 Winward Way, Suite 200 San Mateo, CA 94404

2534 Judah Street San Francisco, CA 94122 Seniors•At•Home 415-449-3777

Francis Goldsmith Building 2245 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115

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

Emigre Services 415-449-2900

L’Chaim Senior Health Center 415-449-2900

Emigre Services 650-688-3050

Parents Place 650-931-1840

2001 Winward Way, Suite 200 San Mateo, CA 94404 Seniors•At•Home 650-931-1860

2001 Winward Way, Suite 200 San Mateo, CA 94404

200 Channing Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301

Sonoma County 707-571-8131 1360 N. Dutton Avenue, Suite C Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Parents Place 707-571-2048

1360 N. Dutton Avenue, Suite C Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Seniors•At•Home 707-571-8533

Cleanerific 415-820-7230

1360 N. Dutton Avenue, Suite C Santa Rosa, CA 95401

2150 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94115

2000 JFCS opens its new headquarters in San Francisco—the Miriam Schultz Grunfeld Professional Building at 2150 Post Street— and the Rhoda Goldman Plaza Assisted Living Community, a partnership with MZHF. 24


Board Officers 2009/2010

PRESIDENT Dr. Raquel Newman VICE PRESIDENTS Nancy Goldberg Michael J. Kaplan Susan Kolb TREASURER Mark S. Menell SECRETARY Galina Miloslavsky

DIRECTORS Joseph Alouf Ian H. Altman Suzy Colvin Paul Crane Dorfman Don Friend Lynn Ganz Paul Gelburd Carl Grunfeld, MD, PhD Marsha W. Jacobs, MFT Michael Janis Ronald N. Kahn Scott C. Kay Sharon L. Litsky Alexander S. Lushtak Jan Maisel, MD Karen Pell Lela Sarnat, PhD

Harvey Schloss James Shapiro Claire M. Solot Ronna Stone Ingrid D. Tauber, PhD Luba Troyanovsky Douglas A. Winthrop IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENTS Harvey Schloss Lela Sarnat, PhD Alison Ross Norman Olson Paul Resnick EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dr. Anita Friedman

2006 In order to better serve the Mid/North Peninsula, we open the Eleanor Haas Koshland Center in San Mateo.

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2007 – 2009 JFCS leads the way in responding to community needs in the 21st century, introducing Parents Place’s Child Trauma Training Institute and the Center for Special Needs, the Gary Shupin House – Independent Living Community for adults with disabilities, and several innovative programs for seniors. 26


Strengthening individuals. Strengthening families. Strengthening community.

160Years

JFCS Annual Report 2008-2009  

"160 Years and Still Pioneering: 1850-2010," the annual report of Jewish Family and Children's Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Mar...

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