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Community engagementJF&CS held events targeted at helping immigrants, refugees

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JF&CS celebrated a nod as one of the "Best Places to Work" in Pittsburgh and held events to help refugees celebrate Halloween and immigrants apply for citizenship.

JF&CS Immigrant Legal Services held a citizenship clinic to help immigrants apply for American citizenship. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Family & Community Services)
JF&CS Immigrant Legal Services held a citizenship clinic to help immigrants apply for American citizenship. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Family & Community Services)

Jewish Family & Children’s Service, a social service agency in the greater Pittsburgh area, held several events to both honor employees and assist refugees and immigrants. JF&CS recently announced a name change to Jewish Family and Community Services to encompass a broader mission.

Garrett Davey, a volunteer from Nu Delta at the University of Pittsburgh, and Ketia, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo, participate in JF&CS’ Refugee and Immigrant Services Halloween Family Fun Day. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Family and Community Services)

Jewish Family & Children’s Service’s Refugee and Immigrant services held a Halloween Family Fun Day for refugee families and the volunteers who work with them. Family fun days introduce refugee families to American holidays, traditions and fun.

JF&CS’ Immigrant and Legal Services held a citizenship clinic with eight volunteers from Church of the Redeemer helping immigrants apply for American citizenship.

JFCS was also once again voted one the “Best Places to Work” in Pittsburgh. Staff members attended the Pittsburgh Business Times celebration lunch on Friday, Oct. 27.

JF&CS staff members attended the Pittsburgh Business Times celebration lunch for businesses voted one of the “Best Places to Work.” (Photo courtesy of Jewish Family and Community Services)

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