(PHOENIX – Oct. 19, 2020) – Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) has expanded its virtual programming for seniors on Zoom starting in November. Seniors throughout the Valley will be able to access virtual programs through Jewish Family & Children’s Service’s Center for Senior Enrichment.
According to Jennifer Brauner, site director for the Center for Senior Enrichment, social gatherings are an important part of the weekly routine for many seniors.
“With in-person activities halted for an uncertain amount of time, JFCS has worked with program organizers and presenters around the Valley to bring seniors interactive programs to help keep them engaged,” said Brauner.
The Heard Museum will share examples of artwork, the Arizona Jewish Historical Society will lead a book club discussions and musical programs will also be available with Phoenix Conservatory of Music, Nicole Pesce and many more talented entertainers in upcoming months.
For more information about the virtual programs, visit https://www.facebook.com/JFCSCSE.
All programs are open to all faiths and have been made available thanks to the generous support of the Area Agency on Aging, the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix and individual donors. For assistance with accessing Zoom, call (602) 343-0192 or email [email protected]
About Jewish Family & Children’s Service
Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that strengthens the community by providing behavioral health, healthcare and social services to all ages, faiths and backgrounds. JFCS’ goal is for a future where families are strong, where elders are cared for and where children are safe. The dedication to the mission is strengthened by a commitment to core Jewish values that honor community and the continuity of the generations. More information about JFCS and ways to support the organization’s mission is available at www.jfcsaz.org.