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The number of ways in which you can help support individuals and families navigate life’s transitions are endless.
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Since our founding in 1853, the generous support of our community has made the work of Jewish Family Service possible. Your contribution to our mission is part of a generations-long tradition that makes a world of difference today for individuals and families in their most vulnerable moments.
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Get exposure and show that your company values Jewish values by sponsoring our annual Chesed Dinner.
Each year JFS honors community leaders, whose leadership and support enhances our mission, at our annual Chesed Dinner fundraiser, attracting over 250 donors.
- Bronze Sponsor – $300
Prominent listing in all advertising, listing in event program and online.
- Silver Sponsor $500
Above benefits plus two Chesed Dinner tickets.
- Gold Sponsor $750
Above benefits plus corporate logo in program and two Chesed Dinner tickets.
- Platinum Sponsor $1,250
Above benefits plus 4 Chesed Dinner tickets.
- Diamond Sponsor $3,000
Above benefits plus 10 Chesed Dinner tickets.
Support local people in need and receive specific tax advantages at the same time.
Donors enjoy a two-fold advantage in donating long-term appreciated assets: they avoid capital gains tax and receive a charitable tax deduction for the full fair market value of the asset.
Give to Jewish Family Service while doing your grocery shopping. Charitable giving has never been so easy.
Here’s how to designate JFS as the recipient of your Kroger Community Awards:
- Have your Kroger Plus card handy. If you don’t have one, they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger.
- Register online. Go to KrogerCommunityRewards.com to create a digital Kroger account. If you are not already a Kroger online customer, you will need to register.
- Enroll in the Community Rewards program. You can search for Jewish Family Service by name or by our organization number: YR766.
- Use your Kroger Plus card when you shop at Kroger. All purchases at Kroger gas pumps and pharmacy as well as the grocery store apply. Kroger will do the rest! All of you effortless donations will go to Jewish Family Service!
Double the impact of your gift to JFS through a corporate matching gift.
Many companies offer matching gift programs to their employees to promote corporate philanthropy. Ask your Human Resource department if your company offers this type of program or would be willing to consider one.
Memorials & Tributes
Give a gift in honor of a loved one that will leave a lasting legacy.
When your gift is for a special occasion, or in honor or memory of someone special, you get the satisfaction of giving a truly meaningful gift and we take care of sending the card. Your gift will be acknowledged in accordance with your instructions, and the gift amount will not be disclosed unless you request it.
United Way advances the common good in communities across the world. Help them while helping us.
We partner with United Way to receive allocated donations. This means you can designate your United Way gift to Jewish Family Service.
Please use the code 24 to designate your gift.
“JFS Nashville helped make my dream of becoming a parent a reality. From beginning to end, they provided skillful and compassionate guidance through the long and emotional adoption journey. I remain forever grateful and blessed for the work they do in the LGBT community.”
– Adoption Client
“The social workers at Jewish Family Services are caring, compassionate, and knowledgeable. They always made sure we were comfortable and treated our family with the utmost respect.”
– Counseling Client
– Kosher Food Box Recipient
– Financial Assistance Recipient
– Hanukkah Gift Recipient
“I hope that JFS understands what an important service they are doing with the Helping Hands Program. The Shabbat services led by volunteers in the assisted living facility where my mother lives allow her to have a Jewish life in which she can participate on her own. It gives her a needed feeling of independence.”
– Helping Hands Participant Family Member