Meet Our Volunteers

Volunteer Works with Wawa to Help Fill Food Pantry Shelves

Every Tuesday, volunteer Aaron Berger picks up food from Wawa in Allentown. He delivers it to the JFS Community Food Pantry, and helps stock the shelves with the new acquisitions.

“I have always enjoyed helping others and doing community service,” Berger said while contemplating his vol…

445 Rides Later, Bobbie is Still Dedicated to Driving Older Adult Clients

Bobbie Rudolph has been a driver for The GO Program for three years and has provided 445 rides to older adults.

When Bobbie faced unexpected early retirement, she was looking for something to do, and found inspiration in a letter from JFS. The letter stated that they were offering three fr…

Meet Mary and Lenora, dedicated Food Pantry volunteers

Mary has been volunteering at JFS’s Community Food Pantry for several years, stocking and organizing the food on the shelves as well as helping clients get the food they need for the upcoming month.

“So many nice people who are in need come in,” Mary said, adding that it was a “real…

Ron Segel Provides Companionship at Food Pantry

Ron Segel, a familiar face at Jewish Family Service over the years, has begun volunteering at the Food Pantry, where he interacts with clients and helps them make food choices. His favorite part of the job is meeting new clients and ensuring they get the food they want for the upcoming month…

Leyna Fleishaker Brings Dedication and Energy to Food Pantry

Leyna Fleishaker spent part of her time before her bat mitzvah at Congregation Keneseth Israel volunteering at the food pantry. She assisted clients, organized shelves and helped bring in donations to our Community Food Pantry. "I like the idea of helping people who don't have as much stuff …