CJP News & Announcements

Fighting antisemitism and anti-Zionism

Last year, CJP recruited 40 volunteers across four different working groups to help strategize how to best convene partners and mobilize our community in the fight against antisemitism and anti-Zionism, while greatly enhancing our Communal Security Initiative and feelings of safety. These gr…

“It’s important to say yes when asked”: volunteering to make a difference

When her three teenage children were small, Erica Abate Recht found herself craving a deeper connection to the Jewish community and opportunities to get involved. She had just decided to leave her full-time law practice and back then, her young family did not belong to a synagogue.

So, when…

A Q&A with CJP’s 2023 Annual Campaign leaders

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As we continue to recover from the economic and social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, facing new challenges to overcome and opportunities to connect, we’re kicking off our 2023 Annual Campaign in support of the Greater Boston Jewish community.

We sat down with Kim Creem and Campe Good…

Thoughts on Roe v Wade Ruling

As one of several women leaders at CJP, all from different backgrounds, I feel the need to recognize this moment in light of the news from the U.S. Supreme Court.

Regardless of your personal position on this issue, the Supreme Court’s ruling on Roe v. Wade will fundamentally transform the…

The impact of your gift

Each year, you – and over 12,000 other generous donors – invest more than $50 million in the Jewish community through CJP. You care for people when they’re vulnerable; deepen connections to Jewish life, learning, and Israel; and help ensure a thriving and safe Jewish community.

Your ge…