CJP News & Announcements

Help CJP support people in the Merrimack Valley and the Carolinas

CJP and the Greater Boston Jewish community stand with the many residents of Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover as they mourn the victim and pray for the recovery of the many injured by last night’s fires in the Merrimack Valley.

We remember Leonel Rondon, 18, the young man who died as …

Our first Q&A with Rabbi Marc Baker

Marc Baker

Just over a month ago, Rabbi Marc Baker became CJP’s first new President and CEO in more than 30 years. We caught up with Marc early one morning (one of the best times to find him) to learn how he is adjusting to life at the Kraft Family Building and hear his thoughts on his priorities a…

SSDS Named 2nd School for Innovative Jewish Day School Inclusion Initiative

Alfred and Gilda Slifka Foundation expands on initial program offering to provide access to Jewish day schools for students with moderate to significant learning challenges throughout Greater Boston

BOSTON – July 31, 2018 – Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Boston’s Jewish Federation, t…

Thank you to our incredible donors!

More than 1,000 people made gifts to CJP by June 30, so Darren Black and Lisa Wallack, our Annual Campaign Chairs, made good on their promise to contribute $100,000 to support our work in the community.

Every gift supports the programs that benefit you, your family, your neighbors, and your…

The Miriam Fund: Doing philanthropy differently for 18 years

What would you do if you had $4 million to give away? Where exactly would it go? When most of us choose to make a donation, whether it’s for $18 or $18,000, we choose an organization to give to, but that’s where our involvement ends. We turn the decision-making over to the volunteer lead…