Let the Greater Boston Jewish community welcome you and your new baby via a virtual visit with a trained visitor, a FREE gift tote, sent by USPS and community resources about family-friendly programs, events and activities in your area. If you or your partner identifies as Jewish and you have had or adopted a baby in the last six months, we would love to meet you!

Thank you for our visit and generous gift! It helped us make connections in our Jewish community.

Welcome Baby! Parent
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We've got a bundle of goodies for your bundle of joy!

Register today, and receive a virtual visit from a trained visitor as well as a USPS delivered Welcome Baby! gift tote that includes:

  • Free subscription to PJ Library® - Jewish children’s books and music delivered monthly to your home
  • Magic Beans coupon for baby gear, toys and surprises!
  • High-quality baby toys
  • Community resource guide
  • Invitations to family-friendly events
  • Information about local congregations and Jewish family events

Welcome Baby! is one way we help you connect to the Jewish community, family resources and other new parents.

Schedule a Virtual Visit

Questions? For more information on Welcome Baby! in Greater Boston please send an email to welcomebaby@cjp.org.

Supported by Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) in partnership with local organizations, including JCC Greater Boston.

Additional Resources

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Early Learning Centers

Our nationally recognized Jewish early education and childcare program offers flexible schedules for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Become a part of our vibrant, inclusive learning community at one of our 4 convenient locations: Brookline/Brighton, Hingham, Newton and Sharon.

Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy

Anyone can be a happy, safe and confident swimmer. This acclaimed program at the JCC offers swim lessons for everyone at every level — including parent-infant, toddlers, preschoolers and beyond.

PJ Library®

A FREE monthly gift of Jewish books and music for kids ages 6 months through 11 years.

Age-appropriate topics include Jewish holidays, folktales, values, and traditions.