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Category: Services

  • Feeding the Community

    Posted by Karli Wood on March 20, 2020 | Share

    Mayerson JCC’s Meals on Wheels program delivers prepared kosher meals for seniors who have difficulty shopping or cooking for themselves. The program has helped seniors in the community for over 30 years, delivering as many as 52,505 meals per year – making it essential to the community. As a relatively new employee at the J, I recently learned all…

  • Help the J share the love for Meals on Wheels!

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on November 27, 2019 | Share

    Thanks to everyone who supported Meals on Wheels at the Mayerson JCC by shopping at Whole Foods in October! Because of your support, the J received more than $4,000 to support Meals on Wheels. Missed the Whole Foods opportunity? You can still help local seniors in need this winter! For the 12th year running, the Meals on Wheels network…

  • Building Inclusive Communities

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 19, 2019 | Share

    Inclusion is central to what we do here at the J. In the broadest sense, we engage people regardless of religious affiliation, background, age, ethnicity, or other factors that all too often form boundaries. We’re also proud to be home to the Milton and Frances Schloss Special Needs & Services department, which provides programming for people of all ages…

  • 3 Quotes on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 02, 2017 | Share

    Providing an Inclusive environment is very important to us at the JCC. Today, on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day, we take a moment to celebrate the inclusive and adaptive programs we have, we reflect on our opportunities to do more, and we brainstorm ways to engage and inspire our community. There is a wealth of resources and thought leaders who…

  • 3 BIG Reasons Inclusion Matters

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on May 02, 2016 | Share

    Before I left home and went off to college, my worldview was very different than it is now. A lack of diversity in both race and ability was no big deal – it was the norm. But now that I’ve been away from my hometown for eight years, I’ve come to understand that this flat worldview just isn’t reasonable….