CJP Blog

15 Moments from Project Inspire in India

By Ariella Honig, Digital Communications Specialist, Planning

In December, Boston young professionals traveled to India with Project Inspire, a program that offers participants the chance to learn firsthand about Israel’s international development work. During our week in Mumbai, we learn…

The Legacy of Morton E. Ruderman

By Craig Byer, Senior Digital Marketing Manager

Jewish day schools in the Greater Boston Jewish community are more accessible and affordable for children with disabilities thanks to the philanthropy and leadership of Morton E. Ruderman, also known as Mort. His greatest concern was the exi…

Sharing Our Light this Hanukkah

By Rabbi Marc Baker, CJP President & CEO

The Hannukah menorah stands as a powerful symbol of our strength and traditions, our values, and our aspirations. Its light is a beacon that has been ours to share with the world for thousands of years. It is a reminder of the miracle of Jewish resil…

Glaziers’ Union Presents Holocaust Memorial With $10,000 Donation

By Matt Lebovic, Associate Director, Campus Services, CJP

As a steady downpour fell on the New England Holocaust Memorial, leaders of the union responsible for installing the six towers’ iconic glass panels gathered to present a donation of $10,000 to the memorial’s stewards.

“It is…

The Power of Inclusion: Rebecca Lurie

By Craig Byer, Senior Digital Marketing Manager

With the support of the Morton E. Ruderman Inclusion Scholarship, Rebecca Lurie, Head of School at Solomon Schechter Day School, is inspired to make her school inclusive for all learners. Watch her thoughts here.