Timelines: JFCS Timeline

JF&CS launches AgeWell Rides, a volunteer transportation program connecting volunteer drivers with seniors who need a lift to medical appointments, classes, grocery shopping, religious services or lunch with a friend. The service is offered to eligible seniors at no cost.

Immigrant Services and Connections (ISAC), a collaboration with JF&CS, AIU, Casa San Jose, GPLC, NAMS and South Hills Interfaith is established to provide information, referrals and connections to services for immigrants or refugees in Allegheny County.

The SHCFP Tribute Wall unveiled July 20, 2014: a glass and ceramic mural created by James Simon to honor all the donors to the Food Pantry.

The new EmployAble program provides a range of services to help career-oriented individuals with mental illness or autism spectrum disorders to choose, obtain, and keep a job.