Spearheaded by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, the Tomorrow Today campaign (TTC) is a collective effort to expand and improve the facilities required to meet the changing needs and dynamics of the Jewish community from Boynton Beach in the south to Martin County in the north.
Palm Beach County’s Jewish community is seeing rapid growth in several areas, particularly to the north (Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, and Stuart in Martin County), the south (Boynton Beach and Lake Worth) and the West (Wellington).
After several decades serving as the home of Federation and other partner agencies, the community campus at Community Drive & Military Trail in West Palm Beach has been sold. The Mandel JCC was the first to move, recognizing that current and future growth positioned them to have the greatest area of impact in Palm Beach Gardens. The Mandel JCC also operates the Ross Building in Boynton Beach. Now, Federation and other partner agencies on the campus are seeking homes in new areas.
Tomorrow Today is an effort to provide our growing Jewish population with the resources they need for the next several decades.
The Mandel JCC opened a new location in August on Hood Road in Palm Beach Gardens.
The Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy at the Melvin J. & Claire Levine Center for Jewish Learning will open a new modern school adjacent to the Mandel JCC with shared spaces to maximize land usage.
Federation is searching for a central location to best serve the growing Jewish community from Boynton Beach to Martin County. The building will house the Friedman Commission for Jewish Education (CJE) along with satellite space for the Alpert Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JF&CS).
The Mandel JCC opened at its new location in August 2013 with myriad programs and services including summer camp, preschool, children’s enrichments, adult education, cultural arts and wellness programming.
The Meyer Academy will open its doors at its new location in summer 2014, in time for students to begin the 2014-2015 school year.
The Federation is actively exploring two potential locations to best fit the needs of the operation and the community.
Giving to this campaign is giving the next several generations in our community a brighter future.
Your commitment would ensure that the programs and services provided by the Annual Campaign have forward-thinking, energy-efficient homes. Because of you, future generations would have state-of-the-art facilities to learn, work, play and grow.
Naming opportunities start at $1,800 and go up to $1 million or more. There is something here for everyone – let us work with you to put your passion for a particular agency or program into bricks and mortar.
Your tax-deductible donation, payable over a five-year period, will allow the Jewish community to have Jewish homes that serve as an inspiration for the community at large.
Contact us at (561) 242-6665 or e-mail TomorrowToday@JewishPalmBeach.org