JCRC's mission is to serve as the voice of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey on issues of public policy, social advocacy, and community outreach.
The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) is the voice of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey on issues of public policy, social advocacy, and community outreach. JCRC fosters constructive relationships within the Jewish community and among people of all faiths and cultures regarding Jewish- and Israel- oriented issues.
As the umbrella body for local member organizations, synagogues, and at-large members appointed by the Jewish Federation, the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) unifies, mobilizes, represents, and is responsible to the Southern New Jersey Jewish community.
Members are charged with reporting on issues discussed at JCRC meetings to the organizations they represent and articulating them to the larger Jewish community, as well as the greater community. JCRC works on behalf of the Jewish community to address the concerns of Jews here and abroad through strengthening inter-group understanding, promoting the peaceful resolution of conflicts, and enhancing a just and pluralist society.
Address through education and advocacy, the following issues:
We work toward: