JF&CS licensed to operate Home Care Registry Facility by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which establishes guidelines for home care registries.
JF&CS Refugee Services expands and JF&CS is appointed the lead contractor for refugee resettlement service in Allegheny County by the Department of Welfare.
JF&CS begins using monthly financial snapshot, an annual fiscal wellness report comparing JF&CS performance to regional and national benchmarks, and annual outcome reporting to Board.
The Squirrel Hill Food Pantry is renamed “Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry” and moves to new location at 828 Hazelwood Avenue.
Aging Up Not Out (AUNO) established in collaboration with YouthWorks, funded by the United Way. AUNO helps young adults aging out of the foster care system transition successfully to independent living. The program assists with educational, employment and daily living needs.
Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry endowment launches. The campaign aims to raise a 3 million dollar endowment to support the ongoing work of the expanded SHCFP.