What’s Happening In Your Backyard?

Date: 04/17/2018

Time: 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Location: The Associated

Discovery for ALL new and long-time Professionals: Each date will have presentations made by The Associated and four of our agencies. Come to one or come to all three. Catch a glimpse of what’s happening in your back yard.


Baltimore Hebrew Institute at Towson University (BHI)

BHI supports the growing Judaic studies degree programs and courses on its campus, cultivates a vibrant, cohesive community for Master’s and Doctorate students in Judaic studies, and provides adult learners with an array of Hebrew language courses, community lectures and special programs.

410-704-7117 | towson.edu/bhi


Baltimore Jewish Council (BJC)

BJC is the community relations and advocacy arm of The Associated. It is the designated representative of The Associated and its agencies, as well as the Greater Baltimore Jewish community, at all levels of government and is responsible for securing public funding to support their programs and needs. By developing policies and guidelines for action, through education and advocacy, BJC provides a forum for member organizations and individuals to respond to issues of interest and concern.

410-542-4850 | baltjc.org


Camp Airy and Louise

The mission of Camps Airy & Louise is to be the leading provider of an exceptional, fun-filled overnight camp experience for Jewish youth that inspires individuality, enhances skills, introduces new experiences, encourages social responsibility and builds lifelong friendships. Camps Airy & Louise maintain the vision of its founders, Lillie and Aaron Straus, whose pioneering efforts endeavored to ensure that the values and character development provided by the camping experience would be available to Jewish children from all economic backgrounds.



Capital Camps

As a community agency, our mission is to build Jewish identity using the most powerful tool – a quality, immersive experience. We believe that the motivating factor for choosing us is our focus and determination to ensure that every child thrives.



CHAI: Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc.

CHAI strengthens neighborhoods with a significant Jewish presence by developing and enhancing housing, affecting community development, and supporting aging-in-community. CHAI creates coalitions around issues of common concern and develops public as well as private partnerships. They provide direct services to accomplish such objectives as maintaining and creating affordable housing, improving public spaces, encouraging investment and enhancing community pride.

410-500-5300 | chaibaltimore.org



CHANA offers a Jewish community response to the needs of persons who experience abuse and other forms of interpersonal trauma. In providing crisis intervention education and consultation, CHANA advocates for community awareness, safety and healing.

410-234-0030 | chanabaltimore.org


The Darrell D. Friedman Institute for Professional Development at the Weinberg Center (DFI)

DFI provides training and leadership development to communal professionals and to lay leaders serving the Greater Baltimore Jewish community. Informed by Jewish values, DFI cultivates individual growth, thereby strengthening organizations and the community.

410-843-7560 | thedfi.org


Goucher College Hillel

410-337-6545 | goucher.edu/hillel

Johns Hopkins University Hillel

410-516-0333 | hopkinshillel.org

Towson University Hillel

410-704-4671 | towson.hillel.org

University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) Hillel

410-455-1329 | umbchillel.org

University of Maryland College Park Hillel

301-422-6200 | marylandhillel.org

Hillel’s mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.


Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore

JCC Downtown

410-559-3618 | dbjcc.org

Rosenbloom Owings Mills

410-356-5200 | jcc.org

Weinberg Park Heights

410-542-4900 | jcc.org

The JCC promotes and strengthens Jewish life and values through communal programs and activities for individuals and families.


Jewish Community Services (JCS)

JCS offers a wide range of services including counseling and therapy, addiction services, career services, prevention education, Big Brother Big Sister matches, resources for older adults and caregivers, care management services, services for people with special needs and volunteer opportunities.

410-466-9200 | jcsbaltimore.org


Jewish Museum of Maryland at the Herbert Bearman Campus (JMM)

The JMM increases understanding of the American Jewish experience among diverse audiences. It interprets American Jewish history and culture, preserves the material record of Maryland Jewry, and engages the public in discourse about past, present and future issues of Jewish life.

410-732-6400 | jewishmuseummd.org


Jewish Volunteer Connection (JVC)

JVC creates a culture of volunteerism by providing a coordinated, centralized entry point for Baltimore Jewish community volunteers. JVC works to strengthen the Jewish community through high-quality, hands-on volunteer placements and projects, developed in partnership with agencies, congregations and other communal organizations.

410-843-7490 | jvcbaltimore.org


The Louise D. & Morton J. Macks Center for Jewish Education (CJE)

Baltimore’s central agency for Jewish education serving local Jewish families, educators and schools. Sponsors a wide variety of Jewish engagement programs for families, professional development opportunities for educators, special education advocacy and programs, and educator benefits. Also, provides stipends for teen trips to Israel in addition to running the Israel Emissary Shin Shin program. Houses a full library of Jewish-themed books and multi-media resources such as DVDs, videos and software in addition to an educational gift shop and crafts room. Sponsors Gesher LaTorah Hebrew school program for children with special needs. Home to Baltimore’s PJ Library. Open to the public.

410-735-5000 | cjebaltimore.org


Pearlstone Center

The Pearlstone Center is a retreat and conference center nestled in the beautiful Maryland countryside just outside of Baltimore. With 160-acres of pasture, woods and farmland, they offer the optimal setting for conferences and retreats with facilities designed to meet the needs of any organization. Their programs engage Jewish, faith-based, and secular organizations, individuals, and families. Pearlstone Center serves all ages and backgrounds throughout Baltimore, the Chesapeake region, and beyond. Pearlstone features year-round accommodations in 56 guest rooms for up to 306 people in hotel, dormitory and log cabin style lodging. This variety accommodates a range of preferences and budgets. All lodging has free WiFi access and includes bed linens, towels and soap. Campsite rentals offer ample outdoor space that boasts thee pools, a lake with boating facilities, sports fields, and can accommodate groups from 30 to 2,500 with parking on site. Hire your favorite caterer, organize a potluck, or bring your charcoal grill for a cookout. Enjoy healthy, delicious, home-style meals that highlight ingredients fresh from their own farm. Certified Kosher Meat/Dairy, under Orthodox Union.

410-500-5417 | pearlstonecenter.org



SHEMESH serves as a community-wide program providing the educational support necessary for Jewish children with learning differences to reach their full intellectual, academic, emotional and social potential in a Jewish setting. Services are offered in each school in accordance with the school’s educational and religious policies.

410-843-7524 | shemeshbaltimore.org


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