Emergency Support for Jews in Need
Through UJA-Federation and private philanthropic funds, WJCS assists members of the Jewish community who struggle to meet basic needs.
Emergency cash assistance grants are available for young and old Jewish people in need to cover unusual expenses and to help maintain quality of life. Funds are provided through
UJA-Federation of New York.
The Nathan Moscow Fund, administered by the Westchester Community Foundation, enables WJCS to provide Jewish families in need with short-term, cash assistance grants to support the health and well-being of their children.
WJCS receives funds from the Conference on Material Claims against Germany to provide home care assistance to needy Holocaust survivors.
Contact Debbie Schrag, coordinator
914-761-0600 x232; [email protected]
Passover assistance in the form of special foods and cash enable Jewish individuals to observe the Passover holiday.
Contact Bernie Kimberg, COO
914-761-0600 x213; [email protected]