The final week of September kicks off a celebratory and introspective period for Jews all over the world. The holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot mark the beginning of the Jewish New Year – a time of significant joy, reflection, and promise.
Looking back on this past summer, we celebrate the meaningful connections our campers made with their peers through enriching activities like swimming, sports, cooking, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics). We know that their summer experiences have positioned them well for a productive school year ahead.
When her son, Kamren, continued to struggle at previous child care centers, Melinda Leiphart enrolled him at the JCC. His teachers worked closely with Kamren, approaching him with dignity and respect, and Kamren is now a positive and engaged participant in his classroom.
The JCC’s Annual Campaign provides hundreds of children like Kamren a second home in an intentional learning and playful environment – a place where they become kind, independent, and caring young people.
Please help us provide essential care and support to our community’s children by contributing to our Annual Campaign. Generous donors like you assist the JCC in fulfilling its unwavering commitment to building relationships, inspiring well-being, and creating engaging opportunities for our entire community.