Your donation will make a difference!
Along with our mission to promote and strengthen Jewish life in Baltimore, we also have a vision to nurture smaller communities within our “JCC Neighborhood” among individuals who visit our JCC, live in the Baltimore community, and connect with us virtually. At the same time, we see our role as taking responsibility for one another and promoting an inclusive, spirited environment that celebrates the diversity of our community and the uniqueness of every Jew, along with their family and friends.
To do this effectively, we require funding beyond the “business as usual” to serve many of these smaller communities including special needs children, teens at risk, and the frail and elderly. While many of our programs serve as national models to other JCCs, they are increasingly costly to create and maintain. In addition, the JCC provides more than $550,000 in needs-based scholarships for children and teens to participate in our programs. Donate to help others!
JCC Special Events
The purpose of the Baltimore Jewish Hall of Fame is to keep alive the memory of outstanding Jewish individuals who made a difference to Baltimore and to the world. It also serves to build community by celebrating together the selection of these prominent individuals. The money from the sale of tickets to the celebratory event and from the ad book enable the JCC to provide scholarships for children and teens to participate in programs such as Early Childhood, Special Needs Programs, JCC Maccabi, and Kids Center. You can make a difference!
“Bids for Kids” brings together two of our most dynamic JCC departments—the Early Childhood Center and the JCC Maccabi Experience. The event includes an online silent auction followed by a special event that culminates with live auction. The funds raised will provide needs-based scholarships and financial assistance for children in the JCC's Early Childhood Education Center and teens participating in the JCC Maccabi Games/Artsfest.
If you are interested in donating an item or service or becoming a sponsor of this high-visibility event, please contact Esther Greenberg at 410-559-3545.
The JCC is also planning an exciting new cultural festival or Community Block Party to take place on Sunday, June 8, 2014 at the Owings Mills campus. The purpose is to bring together members of the community for a day of music, indoor and outdoor cultural activities, child-friendly entertainment, and arts & crafts vendors—all through a Jewish lens. The day will end with a wonderful family music concert. The funds raised will support JCC need-based scholarships to enable children and teens to participate in JCC programs including Early Childhood, Special Needs Programs, JCC Maccabi, and Kids Center.
For more information on sponsorships or to make a contribution please contact Esther Greenberg, or you can donate online today.
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