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Welcome! Let’s figure out how you can make the Greater Boston Jewish community even stronger.
Our community is at its best when we activate the talent, experience, and passions of all our members. Tell us how you want to get involved in building Jewish life, caring for our most vulnerable, and promoting human dignity.
Maybe you’re here because you’re looking to share your expertise with others. Or you’re searching for a new way to give back. We’ll help you find your volunteer fit and meet like-minded people who are working to make the world a better place.
What are you passionate about?
We want to make sure that you’re both helping the Jewish community where it most needs support and finding a fulfilling way to share your talents and spend your time.
When you become a CJP volunteer, you bring your unique skills, experiences, and relationships to advance our mission-critical work. Serve on committees, task forces, and as thought partners to advise and offer insights on key organizational initiatives. Be an ambassador for CJP through peer-to-peer fundraising and relationship-building, and connect people to CJP’s mission and community.
If you are interested in partnering with CJP as a volunteer, reach out to Dara, Director of Volunteer Mobilization to start the conversation today.
Make a handmade gift for an isolated adult, mentor someone in need of a Jewish “big brother,” or spend some time helping out at a local food pantry. These are just some of the hands-on ways you can get involved with the organizations in our community.
Take a look at JewishBoston.com/ACT, which curates the latest community needs, and see if anything piques your interest.
Take the first step today by visiting JewishBoston.com/ACT or reaching out to Dara, Director of Volunteer Mobilization to talk about how you can share your talents and help the Jewish community where it most needs support.
Especially during uncertain times, CJP is focused on the health and well-being of our entire community. Many of our community's regular and ongoing volunteer opportunities have been suspended or modified because of COVID-19. However, our community has also responded with creativity to meet the needs of the moment, sustaining our collective commitment to help the most vulnerable, through both in-person and virtual volunteering. To learn about up-to-date offerings, please visit JewishBoston.com/ACT.
Visit JewishBoston.com’s Coronavirus Community Resources page for information to stay connected, prepared, and informed. If you or someone you know in our community needs financial assistance during these difficult days, please visit the CJP Warmline or call the Warmline at 1-800-CJP-9500.