Coronavirus Relief Food Banks,
Recreation & Sports,
Young Mens or Womens Associations
Mission: We believe Jewish culture and traditions provide a pathway for joyful, meaningful living. In a changing world, the JCCSF brings people together to explore, connect and flourish.
Together, we cultivate connections for a more vibrant community through discovery, well-being and purpose.
Target demographics: Family, children and seniors in the Bay Area and beyond.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Over 100,000 people
Geographic areas served: Bay Area
Programs: The Koret Center for Health, Fitness & Sport promotes health and wellness by providing fitness, aquatics, sports, and educational programs for people of all ages. With exceptional facilities and outstanding professionals, the Center is dedicated to helping individuals improve their personal fitness, health, and lifestyle. health and wellness by providing fitness, aquatics, sports, and education programs for people of all ages. With exceptional facilities and outstanding professionals, the program is dedicated to helping individuals improve their personal fitness, health, and lifestyle. The Claude & Louise Rosenberg Early Childhood Education Program enriches the lives of young children and their families by providing opportunities for learning, growth and exploration. The program’s three preschools are inspired by the principles of the Reggio Emilia approach and guided by Jewish values and culture. The program also offers playgroups, parent education, family education, social programs and holiday celebrations. The Richard & Rhoda Goldman Center for Adult Living & Learning offers lectures and programs for adults of all ages, enabling them to grow and develop as individuals as well as make friends and build community. Programs address the needs of adults in different life stages and diverse relationships, promoting intellectual enrichment, creative expression, and personal growth and the development of new skills. The Taube Center for Jewish Peoplehood promotes Jewish literacy, learning, exploration and innovation through classes, workshops, lectures, literary programs and public forums. The Taube Center for Jewish Peoplehood’s diverse opportunities for learning and celebration are open to all and address adults at every level of Jewish education.