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- Phone: 650.378.2780
DO A GOOD DEED
We need volunteers to answer phones and/or help a senior who might need a supportive arm or help with shopping and errands. Occasional availability is fine!
Call Betty Burr at 650.378.2698.
PJCC Partners | Non-profit Organizations, Corporate Sponsors, Foundations | PJCC
The PJCC works throughout the year to provide services and help to the community in conjunction with a number of Partner organizations. Together we make a difference.
These companies are helping to change lives in our community!
See the list of companies that have contributed!
And To Our Partners...
Blood Centers of the Pacific
Blood Centers of the Pacific provides the critical link between blood donors who generously give the gift of life and the local patients who need this lifesaving gift. Their mobile unit visits the PJCC several times a year to make blood donation in our community easy. Learn more at www.bloodcenters.org.
BLOOD DRIVE - September 27, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm at PJCC. Register Online - www.bloodheros.com
InnVision Shelter Network
InnVision Shelter Network (IVSN) is dedicated to helping homeless families and individuals across Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Peninsula return to permanent housing and self-sufficiency. The PJCC grows produce that helps feed the local shelter. Learn more about InnVision Shelter Network at http://www.ivsn.org.
Jewish Literacy Coalition
The Jewish Coalition for Literacy (JCL) recruits and trains volunteers to become reading tutors in the San Francisco Bay Area's under-resourced PUBLIC elementary schools. Tutors are matched with a K-3 grade student, and the pair spends the semester or school year developing a strong relationship while building literacy skills. JCL engages our volunteers in tikkun olam, healing the world, and welcomes all members of the community-students, seniors, parents and professionals-to participate in the lives of at-risk children, providing the confidence and the strategies that will enable them to become successful readers. The ability to read is a vital tool to participating in our economic mainstream.
JCL is a project of the Jewish Community Relations Council and the Jewish Federation, managed by JCRC. To learn more and register for a training session, go to www.jclread.org or contact Judy Pam-Bycel at 650.847.1718.
The PJCC partners with Kaiser Permanente on health and nutrition classes throughout the year as well as providng health screenings, workshops and lectues at PJCC community events.
My New Red Shoes
We make a difference in the lives of homeless and low-income children in San Mateo County through our social action partnership with My New Red Shoes.
- The average age of a homeless person in the United States is only 9 years old.
- One in four Bay Area families can't afford the basics of housing, food, healthcare and childcare without some kind of public assistance.
- There are 5,000 children in the Bay Area who are homeless; hundreds live in San Mateo County.
Want to get involved through the PJCC? Contact Stephanie Levin, Youth and Family Director at 650.378.3762 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about My New Red Shoes visit www.mynewredshoes.org
One Warm Coat
Since 1992, One Warm Coat has made it its goal to collect coats to give to those in need, free of charge, Each year the PJCC holds a Coat Drive that benefits One Warm Coat. Learn more at www.onewarmcoat.org.
Second Harvest Food Bank
The Food Bank mobilizes individuals, companies, and community partners to connect people to the nutritious food they need. Nearly half of the food distributed is fresh produce. Second Harvest also plays a leading role in promoting federal nutrition programs and educating families on how to make healthier food choices. Each year the PJCC collects food to be distributed by Second Harvest. Learn more at www.shfb.org.
WorkAbility and Vocational Services
for Secondary Students
San Mateo County Office of Education
Vocational Services is a related service which includes the WorkAbililty Program, a state funded program for San Mateo County Office of Education students. The purpose of the program is to prepare secondary students with disabilities to successfully transition into the world of work, lifelong learning and a quality life.