Vital Elders Program Continues to Support Russian Survivors

The Vital Elders program, funded by our Jewish Federation of North America (JFNA) grant, has been very busy supporting Russian survivors. The program is designed to reduce isolation and depression among survivors through person-centered, trauma-informed care to promote dignity, strength and empowerment. Program coordinator Rena Fedorova provided flowers and a call to everyone participating in […]

We’d Like to Introduce Rena Federova

We’d like to introduce Rena Federova, JFS volunteer and leader of a new grant-funded program. About nine months ago, Rena came to JFS seeking a volunteer opportunity. She wanted to put her family background and education to use. Rena is a student at the University of Minnesota majoring in political science and minoring in Jewish […]

JFNA Announces New Grants to Offer Critical Support for Holocaust Survivors and Additional Funding for Innovative Service Models

JFS has received a grant from The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) to develop a new federally-funded program aimed at aiding Holocaust survivors. The grant provides more than $80,000 to coordinate services, prevent emergencies and resolve crises among Holocaust survivors, thereby increasing the likelihood that survivors will live more comfortably in their homes and […]

Jewish Federations Announce New Awards to Offer Critical Support for Holocaust Survivors and Additional Funding for Innovative Service Models

Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) will receive a grant from The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) to develop a new federally-funded program aimed at aiding Holocaust survivors. The grant provides more than $80,000 to coordinate services, prevent emergencies and resolve crises among Holocaust survivors, thereby increasing the likelihood that survivors will live […]