Kol yisrael arevim zeh b’zeh
Caring for one another and helping to keep our community safe are The Associated’s top priorities.
The Associated and its network of agencies continues to actively monitoring the evolving updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are working closely with our beneficiary agencies – and in concert with public health officials and other organizations – to ensure the critical needs and services continue to be provided in a manner that maintains the health of our community members.
As of March 16, 2020
Volunteer at Home
As we follow the directive to create social distancing, Jewish Volunteer Connection (JVC) has identified volunteer projects that can be done at home – please take a look at the project list and other urgent direct and indirect volunteer needs related to community response to this crisis.
JVC is also working with partner organizations to identify ongoing and new ways that they will address the needs of the most vulnerable members of our community. Please fill out this form if you want to be notified as new opportunities to serve the community during this challenging time are identified.
As of Monday, March 16, The Associated building at 101 Mount Royal Avenue will be closed to visitors. We will continue to operate as normal.
The Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC, the Gordon Center for Performing Arts, the Weinberg Park Heights JCC and the DBJCC is closed through March 22. Look here for further updates.
Here are the latest community closings:
- Exploring History Through Jewish Museum of Maryland’s Online Database - June 4, 2020
- JCC Announces Initial Reopening Plans - June 2, 2020
- Pearlstone Reinvents Itself in the Wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic - May 29, 2020