CJP, Greater Boston’s Jewish Federation, brings together the people, partners and resources to fulfill the most important needs and aspirations of our community. Rooted in compassion and justice and driven by innovation, CJP cares for the vulnerable, forge strong connections with Israel and above all, inspire the next generation to embrace Jewish life and learning.
Strengthening Lives, Building Community. Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS) provides vital social, health and community services to alleviate suffering, enhance lives and support people in need.
Summers at Jewish overnight camp turn Jewish youth into spirited and engaged Jewish adults, laying the groundwork for strong Jewish communities. The Foundation for Jewish Camp aspires to elevate the field of Jewish camp, conferring proper recognition and granting appropriate support to expand its impact across our community, so that camp can be a critical element of every Jewish young person’s education.
The Foundation for Jewish Camp offers BunkConnect, the easiet way to find great summer experiences for first-time campers at special rates of 40-60% off.
Welcoming a new baby boy? Let MWJDS parent and Board member Dr. Jennifer Novick help you celebrate the Brit Milah ceremony. Contact Dr. Novick at (978) 595-BRIT (2748) or via her website, mdmohelet.com
Jewish Family Network (JFN) creates opportunities for new parents as well as parents of children under age 5 to connect with each other and the community in Metrowest. JFN is collaboration between JFS of Metrowest and the JCCs of Greater Boston. JFN represents the Metrowest Jewish community’s commitment to young families.
The JCC Office, Metrowest (MWJCC), with offices located in Framingham, offers programs throughout the area, including holiday celebrations, interfaith programs, parenting workshops, special needs and senior programs and travel, and partners with the Metrowest community for events such as Boston Jewish Film Festival Metrowest and the Israel Independence Day Celebration.
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Founded in 1902, The Jewish Advocate is the oldest continually-circulated English-language Jewish newspaper in the United States. The Jewish Advocate has published weekly every week since its founding over one hundred years ago. The paper is the primary Jewish newspaper for the Greater Boston and Eastern Massachusetts metropolitan area, and for much of New England, with subscribers in all 50 states and 14 foreign countries.
Working for the full equality and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Jews in Jewish life
The Synagogue Council serves and strengthens synagogues and their members through unique collaborative iniinitiatives that enhance synagogue life and vitality.
MWJDS educates families in the communities of: Acton, Ashland, Dover, Framingham, Franklin, Grafton, Holden, Holliston, Hopktinon, Leominster, Marlborough, Maynard, Medway, Milford, Millis, Natick, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, Wellesley, Westborough, Weston, Worcester
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