Coordinates services with all Jewish Federation agencies and area social service agencies
Offers direct assistance for the south suburban Jewish community with food, utilities, medication and shelter
Provides food to needy Jewish families at Rosh Hashanah and Passover through Maot Chitim
Offers winter clothing to needy south suburban Jewish children through the Chanukah Clothing Program
Homeless prevention funds through the Homeless Prevention Network of the South Suburban Council on Homelessness.
Village of Homewood Senior Advisory Committee
South and Southwest Suburban Council on Homelessness
South Suburban Senior Services Providers Network
Southland Human Services Leadership Council
Unity Coalition of the South Suburbs
Shalom Taxi — subsidizes cab rides for Jewish seniors living in the south suburbs; travel is available north to Ingalls Hospital (154th Street), south through Park Forest, east to Halsted Ave. and west to Cicero Ave.
The South Suburban Jewish Community Newsletter is published three times a year highlighting events and activities of Jewish Federation, its agencies and the CJC
Delivering Shabbat Baskets to area hospitals and nursing homes
Linking individuals to volunteer opportunities through TOV’s Merry Mitzvah, Mitzvah Mania and Literacy Programs
Distributing Maot Chitim food baskets at Rosh Hashanah and Passover
The Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago is the one organization that impacts every aspect of local and global Jewish life, providing human services for Jews and others in need, creating Jewish experiences and strengthening Jewish community connections.