The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) builds relationships and advocates for Jewish interests throughout and beyond the Jewish community by working directly with Jewish, interfaith, and civic leadership on the local, state, and national levels to raise awareness and seek practical solutions in matters that are important to the whole Jewish Community as well as the broader community.
The ADL H.E.A.T. Map details extremist and anti-Semitic incidents around the nation.
Participants in Jewish Federation's 2018 Interfaith Clergy Mission to Israel visit the Western Wall.
Federation representatives met with elected officials, such as Rep. Frank Pallone and others in Washington, this year.
Working across all facets of the Jewish community to connect and empower partners, organizations, synagogues, and individuals to advocate for the needs of the whole Jewish community.
Strengthening interfaith relationships, building on open communication and shared values and goals to stem hate, enhance security within and across faith commmunities, and foster unity.
Interacting with state, local, and national civic and elected leaders, law enforcement, and public safety professionals to enable them to better recognize and respond to the needs of the Jewish community.
When an issue rises to a certain threshold, such as a threat to all Jews no matter what they believe, who they vote for, or how they practice, then “The Community” needs to get together and address it. More importantly, the community needs an infrastructure in place to readily do so, especially in the event of time-sensitive matters. Be a part of the Jewish Community Relations Council to make a difference.
Stay up-to-date on Jewish Federation JCRC's involvement with and impact on local community, interfaith, and civic affairs.