JFS in the Community

By Morgan Goad Associate Director of Development Jewish Family Services JFS is busy with a number of new and returning community programs this fall! A Hand to...

RJF Donors and Partners

Robert Nomberg, Ed.D. President & CEO Richmond Jewish Foundation I am writing to share my intention to step down from RJF in the next several months. As...

Weinstein JCC Summer Camps are excited to welcome campers back for...

Weinstein JCC staff have been busy planning a summer full of CAMP fun with all of the health and safety protocols necessary to keep...

Kids’ Place at the Weinstein JCC: Where kids learn, grow and...

With summer just around the corner, the Weinstein JCC Kids’ Place staff members have been busy preparing for the 2021-22 school year in the...

Banks Committee Seeks Quality Youth Programs

Forty-one years ago Rachel and Sol Banks created a legacy for our community by establishing the Rachel B. Banks Youth Fund with a $100,000...

Beth Sholom 2021 Annual Meeting: Looking Toward A Better Tomorrow

Beth Sholom Senior Living hosted our 2021 Annual Meeting on Sunday, Oct. 24. This was the second annual meeting held virtually. The theme this year,...

Partnership for Behavioral Health in the East End

Ever since JFS’ predecessor, the Ladies Hebrew Association, added “Benevolent” to their name and began serving the community beyond its own members, we have...

5400 Club October Programs

The 5400 Club at the Weinstein JCC meets virtually on Mondays (except holidays) from 12:25-1:30 p.m. A Zoom meeting registration link will be emailed...

Visit from the Richmond Region Antique Car Club

Beth Sholom recently had a visit from the Region Antique Car Club with many vintage vehicles of all sizes, shapes and years.

Welcome to the new “Café Parkside”

Parkside Assisted living kitchen enhancements are complete at Beth Sholom! With an upgraded kitchen and a new exciting menu, Beth Sholom and Unidine, our culinary...