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We work in partnership with the community to improve quality of living and opportunities for those in need.

Many of MJCF's clients struggle to meet the very basic living needs, including: rent, food, medical expenses and utilities

In the last financial year, the MJCF provided more than $350,000 in food assistance.

This program provides funds directly to families prior to the Jewish Festivals when expenses are greater than normal.

We provide more than $60,000 per year to enable proper medical care and equipment to those who otherwise would not be able to afford it.

A number of years ago, we became aware that children were attending schools with torn and ill-fitting shoes because parents could not afford new properly sized ones.

Where required we will seek the services of a financial planner to assist clients with budgeting and to conduct a general review. This can help clients break the cycle of poverty.

We employ a social worker who works very closely with the families in need and provides the emotional support and guidance that families who are in the most dire of circumstances require.

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