JFCS- Food Pantry

Get to know the JFCS Food Pantry

According to HealthyLouisvilleMetro.org, 16.1% of Jefferson County citizens are food insecure. Because Louisville is not a big city like New York or L.A., it is less common to see hungry people on a daily basis. Sonny and Janet Meyer, the directors of the Herman Meyer & Son Inc. Funeral Home, were concerned about those who go hungry in Louisville and …

Volunteer Spotlight: Debbie Hyman

JFCS has many amazing, selfless, hard-working, generous and talented volunteers. All volunteers are precious; giving JFCS their most valuable asset; their time. Once in a while, JFCS has a volunteer who stands out even from this distinguished crowd. Debbie Hyman is one such volunteer. Since Debbie retired and became an empty-nester, she has helped JFCS in myriad ways. With JFCS …

Hot Dogs and Bingo- A Hit for the Whole Community

By Robin Ungar On Sunday, March 4, 2018, JFCS and Chabad of KY collaborated on a fundraiser called Hot Dog Bingo for the Pantry. The event was fun and successful by all counts drawing over 30 volunteers and a total of 83 people; a good time was had by all. The fundraiser was so successful that more than $1,000 was …

Volunteer Spotlight: Carole Goldberg, Linda Goodman, Melanie Fadel, Dara Cohen and Patsy O’Brien

The JFCS Food Pantry is a vital resource available for JFCS clients. Thanks to the generosity of people throughout the community, our volunteers process more than 80 thousand pounds of food per year, which helps to feed more than 150 people each month. This service would be impossible without volunteers like Carole Goldberg, Melanie Fadel, Linda Goodman, Dara Cohen and …