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Educating and Inspiring Children and Teens

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Bridging the Digital Divide: Online Classes

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Empowering Women and Supporting

Single Parents

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Marks JCH Summer Day Camp 2021

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Full Time After School Care at the J

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Meeting the needs of those most impacted by COVID-19

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Aquatics classes reopen!

Membership services reopen March 1.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

JCH In The Press

Since initiating the response to the effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in early 2020, Marks JCH has assisted its community: first respondents, Holocaust Survivors, children and teens, single parent households, and vulnerable populations by providing crisis interventions, case management, food packages and financial/technical support; fighting social isolation for the homebound and continuing online and in-person services for children and teens.

Marks JCH – Brooklyn JCC

MISSION AND VISION

The JCH empowers people to reach their full potential and achieve their dreams. It is a privilege to help people live rewarding lives – whether they need assistance to become a United States citizen, or a welcoming place for their children to learn and thrive. Our staff transforms lives and that’s why we keep this wonderful tradition alive after 90 years of serving the Brooklyn community.

Alex Budnitsky
Alex Budnitsky, Executive Director