We embrace that what’s meaningful about Jewish life can be slightly different for everyone. From supporting arts and culture, to creating learning opportunities, and making new connections with Israel, we’ve got something for all who want to participate.
helped support 275 students (from 187 families) through our Day School COVID-19 Emergency Scholarship Fund.
new parents registered for CJP’s Welcome Baby! program that gives families access to Jewish programs, friendships, and organizations.
teens participated in community service projects supported by CJP with 17 partner organizations. They made new friends…as well as 66 apple pies and 164 lasagnas for hungry neighbors!
in grants supported nine artists.
“It is invigorating to feel the Boston Jewish community embracing its artists and amplifying our voices.” — Joshua Meyer, grant recipient
We partnered with The Vilna Shul and provided a grant to create new opportunities and connection points that ensure our entire community is welcomed and included.
“Our virtual Shabbos Queen event gave LGBTQ young professionals the opportunity to see themselves on stage, to participate and celebrate in a Jewish holiday.”
— Dalit Ballen Horn, Executive Director, The Vilna Shul
Imagine starting your life again in a new country where you don’t speak the language and don’t have a job or a place to live. Through our partnerships and the FAIR Fund, we’re helping to meet the needs of hundreds of refugees from Afghanistan.
“We greet people at their most vulnerable and we say: ‘We’re going to help you rebuild that life that has been taken from you.’”
— Marjean A Perhot
Division Director, Refugee and Immigrant Services