With the support of our community, the JCCs of Greater Boston is many things to many people. We are a welcoming destination for Jewish engagement, a hub of learning and celebration for all ages, and a dynamic center for social, cultural and fitness activities.
When you step through our doors, we think you’ll find there’s something different about this place. You’ll feel an energy, a warmth and a sense of possibility. This is where you’ll discover activities to engage the mind, body and soul — all under one roof.
At the JCC, we embrace the wonderful diversity of our community and encourage everyone to seek meaning and joy in Jewish life. Our programs, events and celebrations meet people where they are, providing a natural and comfortable gateway to Jewish culture and traditions — whatever your personal beliefs or background.
More than 50,000 people, representing 98 communities and every age, belief and ability, participate at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC in Newton; through our programs and services in Metrowest, the South Area, Boston and Metro North; at JCC day and overnight camps in Greater Boston and Bridgton, Maine; at Early Learning Centers in Brookline, Hingham, Newton, Sharon and Wayland.
Everyone is welcome. We hope you’ll join us.
What’s the JCC Known for?
Community hub: With something for everyone, the JCC is a natural meeting place
Arts magnet: 8,000 people attend performances for all ages annually
Sports, fitness and aquatics center: basketball courts, tennis courts, cardio deck, weight room, indoor track, indoor/outdoor pools, rock climbing, classes, trainers and more
Signature swim program: year-round aquatics instruction, outdoor pool, championship swim team
Family programming, including Early Parenting: More than 5,500 people participate in nearly 100 programs in Newton and surrounding towns, MetroWest, MetroNorth, Boston and the South area
Inclusion services: people of all abilities participate in our programs
Award-winning early childhood educator: 450 children attend our NAEYC-accredited early learning centers in five locations
Jewish camping leader: 3,000 campers attend our day and overnight camps including specialty arts, sports and science camps
Resource for seniors: 15,000 hot lunches served annually at multiple locations
PJ Library: 3,000 families receive a free monthly subscription to Jewish-themed books and music
Who’s at the JCC?
All ages, backgrounds, beliefs, abilities and family constructs
50,000 community members
44% family memberships
98 communities served throughout Greater Boston
You Make It All Possible
We are a 501(c)(3) organization and rely on philanthropic support for many programs and services. Donate today.
JCC Form 990
Form 990: www.guidestar.org
JCC Community Report
JCC Community Report | Fall 2014
We welcome your feedback and your advice on how the JCC can support our members and friends.