Since our founding in 1892, the generous support of our community has made the work of Jewish Family Service possible. Your gift is part of a generations-long tradition that makes a world of difference today for individuals and families in their most vulnerable moments.

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Supporting Clients

A day in the life of Bryan Fabert, an Instruction and Support Specialist.

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Report to the Community

In addition to our compassionate and caring staff, thousands of donors, foundations, community partners and volunteers support the work of Jewish Family Service each year. View our most recent report here.

Have questions? Contact the Development Coordinator at or (206) 461-3240.

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More Ways to Give

  • Lamplighter Society

    The Lamplighter Society recognizes the inspiring example of individuals and families who have contributed to JFS in one or more of the following ways:

    • Given $1 million or more in their lifetime.
    • Made a Named Fund Endowment gift.
    • Given $100,000 in one or both of the two most recent fiscal years.
  • Legacy Giving

    The Family Tree Legacy Circle recognizes supporters who have informed us of their intent to leave a bequest to JFS, those of blessed memory who have already left such a gift and those who have made a monetary gift to the JFS Endowment in their lifetime.

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  • Tributes

    There’s no better way to honor the ones you love and respect than with a tribute for weddings, anniversaries, b’nai mitzvahs, birthdays or remembrances. With your minimum tribute of $10, we will send a card acknowledging your thoughtfulness and your gift will support the work of JFS. Contact the Development Coordinator at or (206) 461-3240 for assistance or to setup a tribute bank. You can make your tribute online now.

  • Matching Gifts

    Please consider naming JFS as a beneficiary if your workplace offers a match for cash donations, volunteer hours or both.

  • Stocks

    For information about donating stocks or other securities, contact Lisa Schultz Golden at or (206) 861-3188. Please note that the value of your stock gift is calculated by taking the average price of the stock the day it enters a Jewish Family Service account.

  • Food Basket Centerpieces

    Instead of perishable flowers, you can rent our beautiful Food Basket Centerpieces for your next special occasion. Elegantly adorned baskets filled with kosher food or faux fruit come in three sizes. Volunteers assemble and decorate the baskets according to your color choice, then deliver them to your event and pick them up afterward. Contact the Volunteer Services at or (206) 861-3155. Or, place your order online now.

    Bema basket, $108
    Buffet basket, $60
    Table basket, $54

    Please note: Orders require three weeks’ notice.

  • Food Bank-365 Tribute

    When you make a tribute donation of $365 or more, you can honor the ones you love and help feed those who rely on the Polack Food Back every month. Your honoree will receive a tribute card, and both you and your honoree will receive a special day of recognition at the Polack Food Bank. Contact the Development Coordinator at or (206) 461-3240 for assistance. Or, make your tribute online now.

  • Vehicles

    JFS gladly accepts donations of automobiles. Proceeds from the sale of your vehicle support our vital program. Visit the CARS donation page to get started. Or, contact the Development Coordinator at or (206) 461-3240 for more information.

From the Blog

Eastside Food Bank Gets Roof Over Its Head Again 
When the Bellevue church housing the monthly JFS Eastside Food Bank was damaged last year, JFS staff were forced to improvise. This meant moving the food bank to the church parking lot …

Families Fight Hunger Volunteers Make an Impact 
Family volunteering provides an opportunity for intergenerational service, an opportunity to try something new with loved ones, and an opportunity to begin (or continue) a meaningful conversation about Jewish values. JFS Families …

JFS Is Here for Youth and Young Adults 
In the last several years, Jewish Family Service has had many conversations with community leaders and has been looking at data around youth and young adult mental health. It has become clear …

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