When it comes to planning events for the Jewish Federation’s Young Adult Division (YAD), there are several things to take into consideration.
In 2014, Jewish Family Services (JFS) started a new program, L’Chaim, a now annual event that highlights different ways that we can each remain vibrant, active and engaged as we age.
Music is a powerful thing. It can evoke feelings of happiness and joy, or move us to tears.
Reading a bedtime story is a special ritual for children and their families, and it doesn’t have to end when kids go off to Jewish Camp.
When someone mentions Jewish Family Services, what comes to mind? If you thought, “seniors,” you are not alone. While the majority of JFS clients are seniors, young adults and young families also use our services.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton’s Presidents Dinner will celebrate its fifth anniversary this June.