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JFS St. Louis Receives $25,000 from the Staenberg Family Foundation

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St. Louis, MO, August 20, 2021 –(PR.com)– Jewish Family Services (JFS) received a $25,000 grant from the Staenberg Family Foundation. The funds will be used to support more than 150 Holocaust survivors and ensure they receive the assistance and support needed to stay healthy, safely age in place with dignity, and remain connected to their communities.

The Staenberg Family Foundation grant goes toward the partial funding of a new position. Case Manager Robyn Hutchins was hired to assist the St. Louis area’s Holocaust survivors with applications for Claims Conference and The Blue Card survivor benefits. Founded in 2005, the Staenberg Family Foundation seeks to ensure that the Jewish community, as well as the greater St. Louis region, thrives and flourishes.

JFS focuses on supporting seniors in the Jewish community through a wide range of programs and services, including helping Holocaust survivors access benefits. The Claims…

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