That’s the question we ask our partners every day, in different ways. We listen to their answers and then get to work. Far beyond simply offering funding (though we do that, too!), we make sure the essentials are covered: from improved security and safety, to training for staff and volunteer layleaders, to maximizing our combined buying power through group purchasing efforts. By providing this critical support, our partners can do more of what they do best — for you.
grants were distributed to create vibrant Jewish life across our community
professional staff and lay leaders from our partner organizations — including Jewish day schools, synagogues, Chabads, JCCs, and early education centers — participated in CJP webinars and trainings.
in COVID-19 relief grants helped our schools, social service agencies, and senior communities offset costs associated with in-person programs.
“Thank you so so so very much! We’re testing all staff 2X per week, and this funding will allow us to buy 2,000 tests. That’s a HUGE impact!”
— Amy Schectman, 2Life Communities
During a time of rising antisemitism, we’re working to make our Jewish community safer and more secure, while also being warm and welcoming.
“The great relationship that we built with Jeremy and Dan through the CJP CSI training for over five years now has been incredibly helpful for our early learning centers.”
— Indira Herscovici
AVP, Early Learning Center Operations JCC of Greater Boston
We all want our Jewish organizations to thrive. That’s why we worked with local CEOs, researchers, and other experts to develop a customized tool to measure the health of our communal partners. The results help them understand their strengths and areas for growth, while informing the capacity-building services that CJP provides. Last year, 34 nonprofits self-reported on key indicators including finances, leadership, governance, and more. Want to see what we discovered? Grab our 2022 Jewish Communal Organizational Health Report.