CJP News & Announcements

Thoughts from CJP’s 2022 Annual Campaign Co-chairs

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Here’s how we know it’s fall in Greater Boston: The nights get cooler. A Jewish holiday sneaks up on us almost every week. And we kick off CJP’s Annual Campaign to support our Jewish community. Jessica Myers and Campe Goodman, who are at the helm as our 2022 Annual Campaign co-cha…

Volunteers Innovate to Succeed During Crisis

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CJP relies on community members like you — volunteers and donors, conveners, and connectors — to move our mission forward. The nearly 100 volunteers serving on our eight standing committees and carrying out fiduciary responsibilities on behalf of CJP’s Board of Directors are …

Teplow Family Continues Dewey Stone’s Legacy

In the 1940s, a businessman from Brockton named Dewey David Stone began working behind the scenes to help fulfill the dream of a Jewish homeland. Dewey was a quiet hero who used his personal connections and philanthropy to help establish the State of Israel. He also led the operation in the …

Building Leadership Networks Online

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Volunteer leaders have always been a vital resource in our community, providing their time, expertise, and networks to amplify our work and the work of our partner organizations.  

But when the pandemic hit, we weren’t sure if our leadership development programs would continue. Could pe…

Updates on escalating violence in Israel

Like many of you, we are deeply troubled by the violence that has spread from Jerusalem to southern Israel in recent days. These events rose out of several contentious issues, including, of course, the passions that have been stoked around Jerusalem.

In the past 24 hours, terrorists launche…