JCC Association Vice-Presidents Alan Goldberg and Arnie Sohinki wrote an essay published in eJewishPhilanthropy on February 22, 2013.
Below is a collection of stories from various JCCs that were affected by Hurricane Sandy. These are in chronological order, with the most recent story at the top. The storify will continue to be updated as more news is shared across social networks about the effects of Hurricane Sandy. View the stories on Storify [View [...]
Many of you have asked what your JCC can do to help the JCCs and their constituents severely affected by Hurricane Sandy, and we are grateful for your support. We have been reaching out to impacted JCCs to conduct an initial damage survey, calling and e-mailing virtually every JCC in the New York, New Jersey, and [...]
We know that you have all been reading about–or living through–the effects of Hurricane Sandy, and we wanted to share with you what we have learned about the JCCs in the immediate area of the storm, and those a little farther away. Almost all of our JCCs are open and serving their communities; some have [...]
Our New York office opened on Thursday, November 1, after being closed for three days after Hurricane Sandy. Staff members are all safe, although many have no power in their homes. “We appreciate everyone’s understanding through the very difficult situation caused by Hurricane Sandy,” said CEO Allan Finkelstein. “Everyone has been impacted in some way, [...]
Spinning dreidels, meet spinning wheels, your new Hanukkah pal. JCC Association’s Movement-wide stationary bike event called Cycle for Good launches this December 9, the first Sunday of Hanukkah, to raise money for a good cause as well as for Jewish Community Centers. This year, the chosen charity is Special Olympics, the athletic competition for the [...]
Although driving on Israel’s roads this time of the year can be frustrating, most Israelis are happy to inch along behind crowded tour buses. So far, 2012 is a banner year for tourism in Israel. Over 1.4 million tourists visited between January and May, 4 percent more than the previous record set in 2010. For [...]