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Jewish Family and Career Services opens Food Pantry in Shalom Towers!

JFCS announces an expansion of their Sonny and Janet Meyer Food Pantry to Shalom Towers to meet the needs of the older adult residents living there. CEO David Finke, Ph.D. talks about the importance of this expansion and how it represents JFCS' overall vision:

"We want to a see a Louisville where all live with dignity and purpose. We embrace the need to innovate where we serve and how we serve to meet this vision. The food pantry satellite is a great example of an innovative approach which is a step toward that vision."

The food pantry distributed over 48,000 pounds of food to 205 families last year to individuals living in Louisville!

See the full story on WDRB.

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