Never has the metaphor, “the light at the end of the tunnel” felt more appropriate. After so much struggle, many more opportunities are opening up in our area. Here at the JCC, we are reopening services and programs as we innovate new offerings.
We are so happy and gratified to see the life returning to the halls of the facility. Our Day Camp had a banner summer season serving hundreds of children. Our Beverly Levy Early Learning Center enrollment is growing again, swimmers are enjoying the pool, group exercisers are renewing their friendships in person and the JCC community is coming back to life.
Our members, ones that remained members throughout this difficult time, some that our returning from pausing their membership and others who are new to the JCC, are the lifeblood of the JCC and its true owners. While the future looks brighter, every non-profit member organization was hurt by the events of the last 18 months and our JCC is no exception. As our programs ramp up, we need your help.
Please consider supporting the Friends of the J Campaign. Your gift helps us restore services to those in the community that need it the most, whether it is scholarships for our early learning center or restarting programs for those most vulnerable in our community. Your gift helps give us the ability to reach everyone.
David Sirowich, JCC President
Scott Cohen, JCC Executive Director
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