Meet a few individuals who have had their quality of life improved by the services offered by Jewish Community Services. From Alexander Pilnyak, an 81-year-old Holocaust survivor from Ukraine to Ari “Bruno” Camargo, one of the first few residents in the Lambda Living House initiative: Phase 1, for LGBT seniors.
Alex is an 81-year-old Holocaust survivor from Ukraine. As a survivor his dignity has been restored and life improved through the assistance of JCS programs.
Ari “Bruno” Camargo
Bruno is 78 and credits JCS and Lambda Living for literally saving his life. He is one of the first few residents in the Lambda Living House initiative: Phase 1, for LGBT seniors.
Kosher Food Bank
She contacted JCS when she was about to be evicted from her apartment and had no food. JCS helped turn around her situation.
Homebound Meals on Wheels
A 94-year-old decorated WW-2 veteran who is grateful for the JCS food delivery and enjoys all his meals.
89-year-old meal site client who gives JCS a 10-star rating for keeping her healthy and happy.
Principal of the Rohr Middle School
Rabbi Ephraim-Palgon is so grateful that JCS offers many needed mental health services in a culturally sensitive way.
A survivor of domestic violence who credits JCS with giving her the courage to escape an abusive situation with her babies.