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  •   Malka Young, LICSW
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JEWISH FAMILY NETWORK (JFN)

JFN creates opportunities for new parents as well as parents of children under age 5 to connect with each other and the community in Metrowest. JFN is collaboration between JFS of Metrowest and the JCCs of Greater Boston. JFN represents the Metrowest Jewish community’s commitment to young families.

Playground Meet-Ups

Enrichment Programs

Play Groups

Girls Night Out

Community Events

Kids’ Concerts

 

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Welcome Baby!

Connecting families to the Jewish community

Let us welcome you and your new baby to the Jewish community with a home visit, FREE gift tote and community resources about family friendly programs, events and activities in your area. If you or your partner identifies as Jewish and you have had or adopted a baby in the last six months, we would love to meet you!



Register today, and a trained visitor will personally deliver your free Welcome Baby! gift tote that includes:

⇨ FREE subscription to PJ Library® - high-quality Jewish children’s
books or music delivered monthly to your home!
⇨ Magic Beans™ coupon for baby gear, toys and surprises!
⇨ High-quality baby accessories and toys
⇨ Community resources for young families

You'll receive a friendly visit and warm welcome to the Jewish community, in the comfort of your home.

There is no obligation.

Click here to sign up and learn more!

 

PJ Library® is a gift of JCC Greater Boston, or the Lappin Foundation (North Shore), and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, with additional support from Combined Jewish Philanthropies and individual donors.