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Resources for Partner Organizations


CJP is pleased to offer a number of resources, available at no cost to our partners, including opportunities for: leadership and professional development, knowledge-sharing and networking, communal security supports, group discounts, and more to help strengthen your organization and our community.

We offer a biweekly, virtual roundup of the latest news, updates, information, and events that are relevant to the needs and goals of our partner organizations. This page includes content summaries of our latest email as well as links to content published earlier. Sign up for our enewsletter.

*Updated Thursday, July 22

News and Announcements


Read full 7/22 email

Group discounts available

Save on office supplies and enter to win Red Sox tickets!

What if your organization could win tickets to a Red Sox game and get group rate savings from W.B. Mason on office supplies? Umm…yes, please!

Here’s what you do:

  • Enroll in CJP’s group purchasing program with W.B. Mason no later than 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, July 31, 2021 by contacting Alan Osheroff at or by calling 508-277-5808.

Here’s what happens:

  • You’ll get access to a host of negotiated savings, rebates and preferential terms on school and office supplies
  • Enrolled partners can easily locate a list of over 500 lower-cost, popular items by logging on to and looking under the Favorites menu. These discounts are available to both new and current customers as long as you are enrolled in the CJP discount program.
  • CJP will use to select a winner from our enrolled partners.  The prize is four infield Red Sox tickets for a game in August. (Specific dates to be worked out with W.B. Mason for a mutually agreeable time.) 

Any questions about our group purchasing programs? Please contact Ana Volpi, Senior Director, Community Collaborations at

Power and energy purchasing

Don’t miss this opportunity to lock in lower prices for electricity and natural gas. Energy prices are expected to rise as the domestic and international economies expand and usage soars with high summer temperatures. Getting out in front of rising prices is a safe strategy for organizations to protect their budgets.

Our two preferred energy purchasing providers — PowerOptions and Best Practice Energy — are eager to speak with CJP partners about how their programs work, and how to take advantage of market movements now.

To explore opportunities with PowerOptions, please contact Tricia Rush (, 617-686-1422).

To start the conversation with Best Practice Energy, please contact Jordan Berman (, 617-803-4394).


Health Insurance

We are working to bring affordable and quality health insurance options to partner organizations that employ fewer than 50 benefits-eligible staff, and are currently surveying partners to understand needs. Please be in touch with Kimberlee Schumacher with any questions or for more details.

Grant opportunities

Community Impact Grants

Virtual Information Session
Wednesday, August 18 |10:00-11:00 a.m. ET

We’ve updated our small grant funding opportunities to better provide flexible dollars to our community in a strategic and equitable manner.  This year, we’ll offer four grant application categories within our Community Impact Grant Funds:

  • General
  • Young Adult
  • Teen
  • Arts & Culture

Join our virtual Information Session on Wednesday, August 18 to learn.


Find guidelines, timelines, and related information for these grant opportunities. 

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Beth Tauro, CJP Senior Director, Grants & Partnership Initiatives and Director, The Miriam Fund, at or 617-457-8761.

Apply for The Miriam Fund Grants

Does your organization work toward creating social change in economic empowerment, education, health, legal rights, and/or personal safety for women and girls? If so, don’t miss this upcoming opportunity to apply for a 2022-2023 grant from The Miriam Fund (TMF).

TMF primarily supports new and ongoing results-oriented projects* that empower women and/or girls in Massachusetts’ secular or Jewish communities as well as in Israel.

Letters of Intent (LOIs) can be submitted through the online between August 2 and August 31, 2021. Please sign up here to be reminded when the LOI form opens.

See The Miriam Fund grants given in 2021-2022.

* For organizations with an annual budget of $1.5 million or less that exclusively serve women and/or girls, The Miriam Fund will accept LOIs for general operating support in lieu of project funding.

General Information


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Resources for exploring sustained collaborations and strategic alliances

Local Jewish organizations in search of office space 

  • Sign up to let other Jewish organizations know that you have office space that you would be interested in renting out 
  • Sign up to learn of spaces that are available to rent

Guide for reporting antisemitic incidents 

Re-employment service for Jewish job seekers 

  • Available at no-cost to members of the Jewish community, regardless of income, learn if the Jewish Re-employment Program (JREP) can help you by filling out this form or emailing  for more information 

CJP Communal Security Initiative

  • Visit the CJP Communal Security Initiative webpage , which provides an overview of the no-cost guidance, training, and resources offered to Jewish institutions in the cities and towns that CJP serves.

Interest-free loans program available

  • Interest-free loans of up to $10,000 are available to individuals and families in the Greater Boston community facing challenging expenses. For more information, see our website or download the flyer.

Our community’s story, one year later

We’re so grateful for the strength and resilience of our partner organizations.
Read We Were Made For This Moment and take a look at all we’ve accomplished together since the coronavirus hit.

Jewish Community Organizational Health Report

We are thrilled to share our annual Jewish Community Organizational Health Report, co-designed with input from many of you. This first report includes feedback from 30 organizations, and we plan to include additional organizations in our future iterations. We look forward to your thoughts — as well as your partnership — as we continue to expand the use of these reports to inform the supports and knowledge sharing that may be valuable to your organizations.

Resources for Synagogues


Synagogue webinars

View resources from past synagogue webinars on our Past Webinars page




View Past Webinars


Additional Resources

Organizational Health Resources
Discover resources to help optimize your organization’s performance in six key areas. 

Leveraging Expertise to Advance Partners (LEAP) Seminars
Access knowledge and advice from experts in our community in order to strengthen collaboration and organizational capabilities. 

Group Purchasing
Lock down great deals and opportunities to save on office supplies and/or power and energy.  

Communal Security Initiative (CSI) 
Access trainings, assessments, consultations, grant opportunities, and more to help meet the safety and security needs of the Greater Boston Jewish community. 

Pro-bono Legal, Real Estate, and Business Services
Explore a list of firms and services that may offer assistance. 

Questions or comments?