JFS Challenge surpasses goal


Thanks to the community’s generous contributions, Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando collected $18,742 and 4,930 lbs. of food in this year’s Restock Challenge. With every $1 and pound of food matched $0.50 by The Weiner Family and The Winter Park Wealth Group, JFS surpassed their $10,000 match goal and therefore raised a grand total of $28,742.

Although due to COVID-19 JFS could no longer collect food donations two weeks into the drive, donors “stepped up to the challenge” by giving monetary donations. These donations made a big impact as they could allow JFS to buy $6 worth of food for every $1 at Second Harvest Food Bank. That means that $28,742 actually translates to an impact of $172,452 worth of food purchasing power.

JFS Orlando would like to give a special thanks to their match sponsors, The Weiner Family and The Winter Park Wealth Group, as well as their community partners.

Aldi at Aloma Square Shopping Center

barre3 Winter Park

Certified Financial Group, Inc.

Congregation Ohev Shalom

Congregation of Reform Judaism

Einstein Bros. Bagels

Shoppes of Maitland

The Fresh Market on N. Mills Ave

FreshPoint Central Florida

Harry Levine Insurance

Holy Cross Young Adults

Jewish Academy of Orlando


Personal Mini Storage

Publix Super Market at Maitland Place

The Rosen JCC: Jewish Community Center of Southwest Orlando

The Roth Family Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando

Schwam-Wilcox & Associates

Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation

Sprouts Farmers Market at Winter Park Corners

Temple Israel

Temple Shir Shalom

The Tribe

Your support is already going a long way in helping the Central Florida community, especially during these difficult times.


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