The Darrell D. Friedman Institute for Professional Development at the Weinberg Center encourages professional dialogue and inspires organizational cultural change through this diversity and inclusion toolkit.
When the Soviet regime collapsed and the independent republic of Ukraine was formed in 1991, 70 years of Soviet oppression had taken its toll — very few Jews in Odessa knew of their Jewish heritage and culture, much less how to practice their religion. Today, Odessa is a vibrant community of more than 40,000 Jews […]
The Associated’s commitment to connecting Jews in Baltimore with Jews in Israel reaches its apex with the Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership. Ashkelon has been our sister city since 2003, and not surprisingly, the needs of the vulnerable Jews in Ashkelon are similar to the needs of vulnerable Jews in Baltimore. Our two communities have been intimately involved […]
The Associated’s Center for Leadership works to enhance and support leaders within agencies of The Associated and other Baltimore Jewish nonprofit organizations. The Center for Leadership can help you create a positive, enriched Jewish experience for your volunteer leadership.
Effective philanthropy doesn’t just happen – it’s intentional. It requires a plan and an experienced partner you can trust. The Associated’s Philanthropic Planning & Services department provides support and advice for structuring your giving in ways that best benefit you, your family and the community. With a donor-advised fund, foundation or endowment, you can make a […]
UMBC Hillel enriches UMBC’s diverse community with Jewish and universal commitments to learning, meaning, and justice by connecting Jewish students and their friends to people, experiences, and ideas that both challenge and support their growth. A program of the Associated Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, UMBC Hillel is also a constituent of Hillel: The Foundation […]
SHEMESH is a local, community wide program that provides, in a Jewish setting, the educational support necessary for Jewish children with learning differences to reach their full intellectual, academic, emotional and social potential. Services are offered in each school in accordance with the school’s educational and religious policies.
The JCC offers programs for everyone: Health and Fitness, Adult Programs, Pre-School, Kindergarten, Arts & Culture, In-House Camps, Gordon Theater, Teen Programs, Sports Leagues, J Camps, Holiday Celebrations. There are two JCC locations: Weinberg Park Heights JCC-5700 Park Heights Ave., Baltimore, MD 21215 (410) 542-4900 Hours: Sunday 7AM-7 PM Mon-Thurs. 5:30AM-10PM, Fri. 5:30AM-4PM, Sat. Closed […]
The Baltimore Jewish Council fosters cooperation and understanding within the Jewish community while building relationships and mutual understanding with ethnic, racial and religious groups across Maryland. The BJC advocates at all levels of government for social justice and public resources on issues of concern to the Jewish community. Through education and action, the BJC promotes […]