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Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia works to strengthen and empower individuals, families, and caregivers through a rich network of services and programs provided by highly trained professionals.
JFCS works to raise awareness, educate, and advocate for the needs of people living with disabilities in the community through forming meaningful collaborations and partnerships and creating and participating in community forums and committees.
It works by connecting your profile through Facebook without posting on your wall, the name, age and “tribe” of each match is listed along with a couple photos, and you can search matches by distance from your location to swipe left or right when you find a certain someone you think might be riding the same wavelength.
JDate (.99/month, .99/month for six months) At almost for one month on this site’s basic plan, JDate is by and far the most expensive dating service for Jewish singles on the market. Like many other dating sites, JDate asks you for your name and location when registering, but also asks questions about your smoking preferences, physical characteristics, profession and “Jewish-ness.” The site itself isn’t super sleek looking, but it’s easy to use and offers the largest selection of matches out of the websites we reviewed.
(.99/month, .99/month for six months) This service may not be exclusively Jewish, but it’s open to all shapes, sizes… Match lets you describe your beliefs beyond checking the “Jewish” box, though the site’s other profile questions ask for more information about living preferences and physical descriptors over personality traits.
As a community, we have made great strides to include all of our members in Jewish life and learning.
Congregations across Greater Metro West have made the commitments to provide opportunities for individuals with special needs and their families to participate fully in Jewish life.
Since 2009, over 50 congregations in Greater Metro West have made the commitment to participate in Shabbat Shalem in celebration of JDAIM.
Shabbat Shalem, Shabbat made "whole and complete" by the inclusion of all of its members, is celebrated during Jewish Disability Awareness Month in February.
To help you choose the site or app for finding your match, we ranked some of the most popular ones based on aesthetics, user friendliness and, of course, ease of discovering your next date… Jswipe (Free) This smartphone app offers its customers the most pleasing visuals, easy-to-use systems and quick matches, all for free.