Community Service

Teen Community Service
Community Service

Community service and volunteering serve as important components of the JCC experience. Through a variety of programs, tweens and teens can help repair our world and strengthen our local community alongside their peers. There are many opportunities to give back at the JCC and throughout New York City—cooking and delivering meals to a local soup kitchen, teaching senior citizens how to use technology, mentoring children with special needs, tutoring New York City students in math and reading—and more!

Tween Volunteering

Mitzvah Mondays: Want to regularly make a difference in your community? Join tweens at Mitzvah Mondays for hands-on community service and Jewish service learning with different projects each month. Some months the whole tween community will join together, and other months will feature grade-specific programs.

Teen Volunteering

The JCC and BBYO Manhattan strive to offer teens community service and volunteer opportunities that are appealing, meaningful, and enjoyable. From our community cooks to our literacy and math tutoring, there are plenty of ways for you to get involved. Let our staff know how you want to make a difference in our community and improve our world.

Click here for information on volunteering with our literacy and math tutoring programs.
Click here for information on volunteering with our Center for Special Needs.

For more information about tween community service opportunities, please contact Julie Singer, or call 646.467.9218.

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