JCC Greater Boston engages more Jews and the people in their lives than almost every other Jewish institution in Boston combined. Together, we have created a thriving community where everyone is welcome to cultivate their own Jewish identity, and everyone is encouraged to create their own story. We invite you to get to know the members of your community through these stories, and ask you to consider sharing your own.

Growing Community, Together

This cherished community has shown resilience through unprecedented times and embraced new ways to build activity, routine and connection while...

JCC Stories - Meet Ellery

Now in his 20s, Ellery, who has autism, works at JCC Camp Grossman as a Counselor in Training (CIT). Hear his story.

JCC Stories

Meet Tania, Yael and Ellery. They are just three of the 40,000 stories that JCC hears each month.

JCC + Me

Celebrating 30 years of JCC Greater Boston. Celebrating our past, recognizing the future.

Planting Seeds For The Future

See how JCC Greater Boston plants the seeds that build the foundation for what we do best.
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Imagine More

See how JCC Greater Boston helps people imagine more for their communities, for their families, and for themselves.

Imagine Stronger Identities

Kids from all backgrounds come to JCC Camps to grow, to develop self-confidence and to develop a strong Jewish identity.
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Imagine Lifelong Learning

Maor Franco shares the core values his daughter receives every time she comes to Discovery Club.
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Imagine Deeper Connections

Our family connectors enable us to build Jewish communities all over Greater Boston.
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Building a New Beginning

Parkinson’s wellness programs & support groups have made huge impacts on participants & their caregivers’ lives.
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Building a Family’s Community

The Johnsons from Medford share how PJ books & programs have transformed their family’s Jewish journey.
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Building Shared Experiences

Meet the Fletchers. Their son has been diagnosed with autism and proudly attends camp alongside his sister.