The shooting in the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh brought antisemitism in this country to the forefront. The Associated responded, creating an antisemitism summit and task force and its advocacy arm, the Baltimore Jewish Council, secured additional security funding for area Jewish organizations.


In a year fraught with catastrophic disasters, when floods ravaged communities from Houston to Puerto Rico, Baltimore Jews came together to provide a lifeline to those who lost homes and businesses. The Associated, through its generous donors, provided support to help those hit hardest, and […]


MIDC celebrated a quarter century of promoting bilateral trade and investment between Maryland and Israel. As Israel has evolved into a global technological powerhouse, many of its industries dovetail with Maryland’s leading industries, leading to huge economic benefits for both communities.


The JCC launched JCamps, a family of camps on the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC campus. Families can pick from a wide selection of options, including sports, arts and traditional day camp offerings.


As young families looked for meaningful ways to engage Jewishly, the Macks Center for Jewish Education created the Connector program. Connectors bring together families in their neighborhoods – from Pikesville and Owings Mills to Lutherville/Timonium and Canton – in programs that inspire their Jewish journeys.


Recognizing that Jewish camp has a profound impact on Jewish commitment in adulthood, The Associated established The Center for Jewish Camp. The Center continues to provide personalized consultation to families to help them find the best Jewish camp experience for their children.


Noting an uptick in young Jewish families living in downtown Baltimore, the JCC responded by opening its doors in Federal Hill. The new Downtown Baltimore JCC (DBJCC) offered drop-in play, classes and family programs.