Giving Tuesday

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Goodman Jewish Family Services supports individuals, families, seniors and Holocaust survivors who face daily challenges, including the typical transitions of life, developmental disabilities, unexpected hardships and immediate crises.

Join us for Giving Tuesday, November 29, as we continue to support the financial and emotional needs of individuals and families in our community through our social service programs. As the holidays approach, families who are struggling with the stress of a changing world, the pressures of inflation and those requiring additional resources to survive need our support.  Our Broward County community is strong – let’s help it grow even stronger. Together we rise.

In 2021, we received 105,614 calls for help.

Here’s how we help:

Behavioral Health Associates of Broward, Counseling Centers of Goodman JFS (BHAB)

BHAB provides compassionate, high-quality, confidential counseling and emotional support in person and via B-Well Telehealth Services.
800 individuals and families helped through therapy/counseling and support groups

The Dorit & Ben J. Genet Cupboard

The Dorit & Ben J. Genet Cupboard provides help to anyone who is hungry. Through its kosher choice pantry, referrals or by drive-through food distributions, The Cupboard aims to eliminate food insecurity in Broward County.
164,397 meals served

Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program

The staff of the Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program has the expertise to identify the needs of survivors and provides compassionate support by coordinating benefits and services tailored to meet their unique present-day needs.
$23 million in financial assistance and home care provided to 994 Holocaust survivors

Financial Assistance

The program provides short-term financial assistance to individuals and families in Broward County.
More than $1 million in emergency financial assistance provided for 2,269 individuals

Joshua’s Path

Joshua’s Path supports, educates and empowers adults in the neurodiverse community as well as their families and caregivers. Goodman JFS provides consultations, community resources, free educational seminars and pathways to employment through social skills and work training.
1,042 families with neurodiverse individuals helped

Domestic Abuse Program

Case managers work with domestic abuse survivors to address immediate physical, financial and emotional needs. Short- and long-term confidential assistance helps survivors and their children transition and maintain a healthy and safe life through counseling, case management and guidance.
1,500 impacted through domestic abuse assistance and community awareness


Random Acts of Kindness – The RAK PAK clothing pantry provides women and men of limited income and their children with free clothing in a friendly, safe and confidential environment.
607 clients provided with clothing and hygiene products

Ways to Help

Make a Donation

Make a Donation



Attend an Event

Attend an Event

Monthly Donor

Become a Monthly Donor

Corporate Partnership

Corporate Partnership

Join Our Growing Community

Affiliated Agencies

Jewish Federation
United Way of Broward County
Claims Conference
Federal Ministry of Finance on the basis of a decision of the Bundestag
Jewish Family Homecare