JCC of Middlesex County
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The JCC of Middlesex County History & Mission Statement

GIVE A GIFT

Monday – Friday

5:45am – 10:00pm

Saturday

7:00am-6:00pm

Sunday

8:30am-6:00pm

WAYS TO GIVE:

BUILDING HOURS:

CONTACTS:

Adam Glinn

Director of Development

Tel: 732.494.3232 ext. 3614

or 732.593.5965

Email: aglinn@jccmc.org

Paula Rann

Director of Fundraising & Member Services

Tel: 732.494.3232 ext. 3609

Email: prann@jccmc.org

Address: 1775 Oak Tree Road, Edison, NJ 08820          Tel: 732.494.3232        Fax: 732.548.2850        Email: info@jccmc.org  

Designed by:Dushanka Mangoska

Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County

JCC OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY MISSION STATEMENT

  The Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County (JCC) is a nonprofit social service agency that exists for the purpose of “Tikkun Olam” – “Repair of the World” -- dedicated to encouraging/promoting harmony, mutual respect and understanding throughout the community by providing programs, services & facilities to all regardless of religion, race, national origin, gender, age, disability, gender identity or marital status. Our diversity is our strength. Everyone is Welcome at the JCC.

The JCC provides a central place for the greater Jewish Community for social, recreational, educational & enrichment activities, where people of all backgrounds and religions are welcome.

The JCC is guided by Jewish values, affirming the historical significance of Israel in contemporary Judaism, and is committed to fostering appreciation and understanding of our heritage & identity.

          Nearly 34 years ago the Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County was born and        dedicated to serving the social, educational, cultural and physical needs of the Jewish community. The JCC has had a strong, positive presence and impact upon the Edison, Metuchen, Woodbridge, Highland Park, Monroe Township and surrounding communities, as well as the entire Middlesex and now Monmouth County communities. Since the opening of the Morris & Lydia Goldfarb Building at the JCC in 1984, hundreds of thousands of people have come through our doors and enabled the JCC to enhance the quality of their lives and the lives of others through our multi-disciplined, comprehensive set of programs and services. The history of our agency is recorded throughout the life of the Jewish community.

Each member and participant has challenged the JCC to meet a special set of individual needs and interests. Our mission has continued to be grounded in a set of core principles derived from “Tikkun Olam”. The concept of “tikkun olam” or “Repairing The World” through social action is one of the traditional categories of “tzedakah” (charitable giving).

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