A Night of Comedy to Support JFCS


Help Jewish Family & Children's Service meet their match grant with Claim's Conference - the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, to continue providing services for Ocean County Holocaust Survivors 

Tuesday, August 4th at 7:30 PM. 


An evening of comedy and a fundraiser for JFCS!  Featuring comedienne Robin Fox and several members of our community competeing to see who can tell the best joke! Come support ours and their worthy cause!

  • Rabbi Cantor David Amar

  • Rabbi Michael Jay

  • Rabbi Moshe Gourarie

  • Gary Hyman

  • Cantor Jake Greenberg

  • Stand Up Comic Robin Fox

We've had wonderful Lunch & Learns
about the challenges facing the Jewish community globally.  
Help us define priorities for overseas Israel grants this fall

Continuing its program of sending a message of support and appreciation to our first responders, the Jewish Federation has been arranging "feel good" food deliveries to local police departments.  In Ocean County, they have been great partners to the Jewish community in addressing our security concerns and combating hate and anti-Semitism.  Thank you!

The police department's chose their preferred treats.  Al's Pizza delivered to the Toms River department, Lakewood Police requested Jersey Mike's,

 and Divi Tree Coffee put together a wonderful display for the Brick Police.

The Jewish Federation of Ocean County condemns racism in all its forms, whether anti-Semitism or white supremacy or any other form of bigotry.


Numerous Jewish organizations have made statements of solidarity following the death of George Floyd.


Statement from The Jewish Federations of North America:

The Jewish Federations of North America is outraged and sickened by the violence of the Minneapolis police officers that led to the death of George Floyd. We share in the heartbreak, pain and sorrow provoked by his loss and the loss of many others through sordid acts of hate and bigotry. May their memory be for a blessing.

We pledge to our brothers and sisters in the black community – and all communities of color – to work together to reverse the systemic racism embedded within our country’s institutions and society in general. “Our work won’t be easy,” revered civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis reminded us this week, “nothing worth having ever is.”

In the strongest terms, we also condemn those who are taking advantage of the anguish over George Floyd’s death by hijacking what would be peaceful rallies across the country for their own violent and destructive agenda. These acts threaten our Jewish communities as well as our democracy as a whole. We commit to partnering with community leaders to ensure the safety of all who are risk.

Together, we can and must be stronger than hate. We will stand and fight for a world free of racism and bigotry in all of its forms.



JFOC & JFCS are here for you as we go through this pandemic.  Find information on what we're doing and things you can do here.  If you or someone you know is in need call 732-363-8010.



If you know anyone who needs support or counseling or a check-in call, let us know via email at JFCS@ocjf.org.

Thank you for the recognition OceanFirst Foundation, Grunin Foundation, and Timesquare Media.

Let's work together to make an even bigger difference in Ocean County!

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&  Jewish Family & Children's Service

Supporting Jewish Life in Ocean County, Israel and Around the World since 1977

  • Tributes - Fulfill the mitzvah of Tzedakah

    JFOC accepts a min. donation of $18. We will acknowledge your tribute by: sending a tribute card and list your tribute in our Jewish Journal. Send a tribute for: Simchas, Graduation, Award, New Grandchild, Wedding, New Adventure, Get Well, Loss of a loved one or any other event.

    Packets of a dozen blank tribute cards can be purchased for $36.

    Call 732-363-0530 or email sharron@ocjf.org

  • Jewish Family & Children’s Service

    We offer a wide range of support, including Counseling Services; Seniors-Laugh & Learn; Bereavement Groups; caregiver assistance; aid for Holocaust Survivors and a Speaker Resource Center.


            Ocean County Office of Senior Services