CJP News & Announcements

Connecting in the Crisis

CJP and partner agencies are finding new and different ways to engage Jewish families.

In March, the JCC Greater Boston – like most organizations – closed its doors and moved all of its programming online.

Ten months later, the virtual celebrations, enrichment classes, and sing-a-lon…

Partnering on a Pilot of Hope

CJP-funded COVID-19 testing brings peace of mind and increased social interaction to area seniors.

(Photo: Hebrew SeniorLife)

At the start of the pandemic, Claire Sheehan had no problem keeping busy. She didn’t feel isolated or lonely. But, as time marched on, her attitude shifted as she…

Celebrating a Golden Anniversary in Jewish Communal Service

CJP Celebrates Marcella “Cookie” Magerer’s Legendary Career

In the distant days of 10 months ago, before downtown headquarters became home offices and conference room meetings morphed into Zoom squares, those arriving at the Kraft Family Building on High Street would almost always fin…

Easing the online transition for synagogues

Engaging congregants through CJP Technology Grant Fund

Local synagogues got some help this fall keeping their communities connected for the High Holidays – and beyond.

With a generous donation from the Lee L. and Judith E. Selwyn Foundation, CJP distributed $172,000 through the Technology Grant Fund to 75 synagogues of all denominations, so t…