Collat Jewish Family Services is here to fulfill unmet social, emotional, educational, and financial needs, strengthen individuals and families and enhance self-sufficiency as reflected by the enduring values of Jewish tradition.
History of CJFS
Collat Jewish Family Services began as a committee of the Birmingham Jewish Federation responding to the financial and social service needs of the Jewish community. In January 1990, CJFS was incorporated as a separate 501(C) (3) not-for-profit organization.
Today, CFJS serves the needs of older adults and people of all ages, the financially disadvantaged, and the mentally and emotionally distressed. CJFS provides comprehensive social services and outreach and education programs to both the Jewish and general community. CJFS currently receives support from the Birmingham Jewish Federation, the Birmingham Jewish Foundation, United Way of Central Alabama, charitable foundations, and generous grantors and individual contributors.
Our Annual Report
Click here to view our fiscal year 2011 Annual Report.
This Month's Connection Articles
- Our Stories - Client Video - How CJFS Touches Our Lives
- 2013 Hands Up Together -Thank you Collat Family and our Sponsors
- Debbie Bunch Shares her Story
Web Page Updates