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Calgary JCC is a safe space where all are welcome, regardless of age, faith, or stage of life. Here, we provide world-class programs and services that challenge both mind and body, enhancing the quality of life for all Calgarians. Underlying everything we do are the Jewish values of kindness, respect, tikkun olam (repairing the world), and life-long learning. These values live through our programs and services, from exercise classes to community speakers, and from daycare to bridge club. We see these values embraced through our work with community partners to make our city a better place to live, work, and play.

As a not-for-profit charity, we rely heavily on grants and fundraising to provide quality programs and services that are affordable to all. When you support the JCC, you help give us the resources to create exceptional programs that serve and sustain our community today and for the future.

There are many ways you can donate to the JCC. All gifts big and small are really appreciated.

Ways to Donate

Chanukah Candles

NWC BBYO is conducting its annual Chanukah candle fundraiser and we are asking for your support.

Purchase a box of 45 quality Rite Light Chanukah candles for $18.

All proceeds go directly to local BBYO programs.

BBYO Chanukah Fundraiser

Tribute Cards

Send a condolence message to commemorate a loved one or friend.

Direct your gift to the Beryl and Leon Libin Fund here.

Tribute Cards

Together We are Stronger

Calgary JCC is a non-profit organization with membership dues that only cover a portion of our operating and program costs. Also, as our community continues to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been incurring substantial losses in revenues since March 16, 2020. Therefore, the Calgary JCC relies heavily on the generosity and support from the community to bridge the gap.

Now, more than ever, your investment into the Calgary JCC counts. Donate today.

Together we are Stronger

Chaver Donation

As a chaver (friend), your $180 donation* will help the JCC to continually provide the finest in programs and services and assist in maintaining one of the most unique facilities of its kind in Calgary. Your donation will ensure that the next generation can continue to feel welcome – creating special experiences, friendships, and memories.

Be a chaver today! Call 403-537-8597 or email.

*Full tax receipt for either: one time $180 donation or 12 monthly payments of $15.



Imagine if you could provide a gift to the Calgary Jewish Community Centre that would last forever.  LIFE & LEGACY is designed to help you create permanent legacy gifts, demonstrating your belief in the continuity of Jewish life in Calgary for generations to come. Our legacy donors are just like you and come from all walks of life. What we share is our commitment to the Jewish community and the broader Calgary community – striving and engaging to make a positive impact that endures for all life’s ages and stages.

You belong here! Your legacy gift will ensure that future generations will continue to belong here for many years to come. Thank you to our donors for giving a gift to the Calgary JCC that will last forever:


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Dan Balaban & Family

Michael Balaban

Cathy Basskin

Rachel & Jerrad Blanchard

Marnie & Darren Bondar

Shane & Alana Devlin & Family

Sarah & Ben Ginzberg

Dr. Ralph & Sheila Gurevitch

Benjamin & Vivian Herman

Josh Inhaber

Susan Inhaber

Diana Kalef & Elliott Steinberg

William Katz

Birgit Krausch

Ron & Barb Krell

Philip & Harriet Libin

Ellen Magidson

Stuart & Elaine Myron

Joe & Robyn Oppenheim

Rob & Beth Ordman

Alex Osten

Cynthia & David Prasow

Dr. Earl Raber

Mark & Pnina Rubensohn

Kimberly Rothenberg & Leonard Seidman

Cheryl & Morley Shore

Sandy Shuler

Deborah & Adam Silver

Ruben & Sasha Switzer

Samuel & Ida Switzer

For more information on our LIFE & LEGACY initiative please email Zain Hoosen or call 403-537-8597 for more information.