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From the National Association of Letter Carriers:
"For the last 27 years, the National Association of Letter Carriers has been proud to hold the Stamp Out Hunger food drive, the nation’s largest one day food drive, on the second Saturday in May. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we weren’t able to safely collect and distribute food in May this year. However, we will schedule the 28th annual Stamp out hunger food drive when it is safe to do so.
In the meantime, the need for food assistance is more urgent than ever and we want to give everyone the opportunity to continue to help meet that need.
The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is a drive with a single mission—to feed the hungry in America, and as always, with your help, we will."
To support JFSA's food pantry, click the Stamp Out Hunger logo,
then select Stamp Out Hunger from the drop-down menu.
Who We Are
One Big Family
Inspired by the Jewish principle of “Tikkun Olam,” repairing the world one life at a time, JFSA was founded in 1977 to provide comprehensive social support to people in need. Jewish Family Service Agency provides professional social services to families and individuals in times of need. Our services are offered to individuals of all religions, races, ages, disabilities, sexual orientations, and national origins.
Individualized Educational Recommendations
Holocaust Survivor Services
Senior Care Management
Tzedakah Financial Aid
Perishables and Kosher option now available
Pregnancy & Adoption
Senior Companion Program
Choose Home - Veteran Companion Program
Volunteer Grandparent Program
In-kind Volunteer Program
Customized Volunteer Projects
In Tribute: Sam Lieberman
Photos Courtesy of Audrey Dempsey, Infinity Photo
With the blessing of Sam's family,
JFSA has created the Sam Lieberman Memorial Fundraiser to honor Sam’s life and commitment to the Agency and to continue to help those in need in our community.
In 2019, JFSA assisted over 17,000 community members in need and the need is greater now than ever before as the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the demand for JFSA's Food Pantry and Mental Health Counseling Services.
Our Dear Friend and Board Member Samuel Lewis Lieberman, age 58, passed away Friday April 3, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
At his core, Sam was a social being who thrived on connection to other people. Sam devoted all of his life and energy to helping others—most notably in Las Vegas where he lived for almost 40 years.
He was born with cerebral palsy, which was a significant physical disability, but he never let that get in the way of anything he wanted to do, and he never complained.
As an adult, Sam worked with boundless energy as an advocate for several important causes—including as a trusted aide to Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, Chairman of the Nevada Democratic Party, a Board Member of Nevada PEP (an organization devoted to parents of children with disabilities), President of Congregation P’nai Tikvah and member of the Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education.
He was also a kind, warm, funny and loyal friend to so many people of all ages and backgrounds.
Sam’s personal challenges and his involvement in his community made him an excellent person to serve on the JFSA Board of Directors. As an organization that is committed to assisting the most vulnerable in our community, Sam’s passion for advocacy and help for others gave him a strong voice for those who often did not have a voice of their own.
We miss you Sam!
May Your Memory Be A Blessing.
Kenneth Moskowitz PhD,
JFSA President and CEO
JFSA Board Chair
DONATIONS IN MEMORY OF SAM LIEBERMAN WILL BE USED BY JFSA TO HELP THOSE IN NEED IN OUR COMMUNITY...
$2,400 will sponsor luncheons for Holocaust survivors for a year.
$2,000 will pay for a child's complete assessment with JFSA’s Center for Assessment and Educational Services.
$250 will provide 1 hour of consultation for families and educators to discuss concerns about their children.
$200 will provide dental and vision services to a child or low-income senior.
$125 will provide one hour of mental health counseling for a child, adult, senior or family.
$120 will pay for one week of emergency housing for 1 needy birth mother.
$72 will provide a vulnerable senior with the equipment to safely shower at home.
$60 will pay for a drug test to monitor the safety of a baby being adopted through JFSA's Open Arms Adoption Program.
$52 will provide transportation for a Holocaust survivor to a socialization event.
$50 will pay for a bag of food for a needy family.