We are extremely proud that we have been able to provide our community with much needed services. We continue to offer every activity that is allowed by the State Department of Health.
Between fitness offerings, special needs programming, pre-school, camp and Club J All Day — a new program assisting children in grades 1-4 with their distance learning — we have helped hundreds of people, keeping our community physically and mentally fit. We recognize that not everyone is able to attend in-person programming, so we have also continued to provide extensive virtual programming to keep our members and the community connected and engaged. The JCC continues to work with local food banks, as a drop off site, storing food, and delivering food to those in need. We provide supermarket gift cards to those struggling financially. We make hundreds of calls to isolated individuals and shop for seniors unable to get out to purchase groceries and other necessities. The JCC holds coat and toy drives, along with multiple blood drives to help the community.
As a social service agency, the JCC wants to help as much as we can. The JCC is much more than a building. We are a community. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our success depends on the generosity of others. Please consider making your gift to help keep us thriving and promoting an inclusive and vibrant community for years to come.