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Jewish Family and Children's Service of Minneapolis

Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis provides essential services to people of all ages and backgrounds to sustain healthy relationships, ease suffering and offer support in times of need.

Mission Statement
13100 Wayzata Blvd, Suite 400
Minnetonka, MN 55305-1842
Minnetonka, MN 55305-1842
Phone: 952-546-0616
Other Names Used No other names are used
EIN 41-0693860
Principal Staff Judy Halper
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) 125
Number of Volunteers 900
Number of Clients Served 16000
Tags / Keywords Family, Children, Mental Health, Jewish, Career Services, Aging
General Information
Board Chair Daniel Zouber
Number of Board Members 35
Board meetings with quorum 4
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 28.5
Board
Major Programs
Clinical & Case Mgmt$1,028,206
Aging & Disability Services$1,496,772
Career Services$1,674,627
Children's & Community Services$1,119,064
Accomplishments
We are proud to say that for more than a century, we have been “family” to tens of thousands of people in the Jewish and general community. We look forward to being here for you, whenever you need us, for many years to come.
Current Goals
GOAL 1 Achieve greater sustainability, growing the organization by focusing on areas of need in the community. Benchmarks for Goal 1: Accelerated revenue growth Evaluate new program opportunities Evaluate existing programs (including programmatic strategic planning) Evaluate strategic alliances to insure they are beneficial GOAL 2 Create the internal environment to support the scale we want to achieve. Benchmarks for Goal 2: Enhanced technology Succession planning Increased capacity Increased productivity (High talent, high teamwork, high performance) GOAL 3 Create an evidence informed outcome-based culture to align with and optimize public and private funding opportunities. Benchmarks for Goal 3: Increased rigor in evaluation process Create and implement a process for evaluation that can be used across Programs Foster an environment of learning across the agency
Community or Constituency Served
Adult Services Career Services Child and Adolescent Services Counseling Services Financial Assistance Minneapolis Jewish Community Inclusion Program for People with Disabilities Senior Services
Geographic Area Served
Adult Services Career Services Child and Adolescent Services Counseling Services Financial Assistance Minneapolis Jewish Community Inclusion Program for People with Disabilities Senior Services
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $5,232,372 72%
Management: $1,277,872 17.6%
Fundraising: $759,070 10.4%

Unrestricted Net Assets

2014 2013 2012
End of Year: $2,403,737 $2,335,375 $1,779,556
Beginning of Year $2,335,375 $1,779,556 $1,769,795
Difference $68,362 $555,819 $9,761
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $2,403,737
Based on information provided on 2012 to 2014
Financials
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