Central Queens
Jewish Community Circle

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Our Story

CQJCC

was founded by

Rebbetzin Mushky Mendelson 

& Rebecca Spilke

Together with

Inna Girin

Neva Hellman

Oksana Parkhomovsky

Mimi Szancer

Alla Yakubov

and

Rosslyn Yakubov

With many organizations looking out for the basic needs of seniors and holocaust survivors, we are looking to enhance the social engagement and Jewish education of our seniors and survivors. We are also looking to foster a sense of community and unity with neighbors looking out for neighbors.

Our Story

CQJCC

was founded by

Rebbetzin Mushky Mendelson 

& Rebecca Spilke

Together with

Inna Girin

Neva Hellman

Oksana Parkhomovsky

Mimi Szancer

Alla Yakubov

and

Rosslyn Yakubov

With many organizations looking out for the basic needs of seniors and holocaust survivors, we are looking to enhance the social engagement and Jewish education of our seniors and survivors. We are also looking to foster a sense of community and unity with neighbors looking out for neighbors.

What we do

Holocaust survivors, homebound, lonely and the elderly members of the community may feel isolated and forgotten. But they have an important place in our community, and we love to look out for them. 

Education and engagement is very important, especially to combat the loneliness, to take their mind off health issues, and to just help seniors to have a better quality of life. 

CQJCC launched a friendly visitor program which trains its volunteers in best practices and different scenarios to help them do their very best when interacting with seniors.

We also distributed 100 Chanukah gift packages in Forest Hills and Rego Park over Chanukah 2019!

What we do

Holocaust survivors, homebound, lonely and the elderly members of the community may feel isolated and forgotten. But they have an important place in our community, and we love to look out for them. 

Education and engagement is very important, especially to combat the loneliness, to take their mind off health issues, and to just help seniors to have a better quality of life. 

CQJCC launched a friendly visitor program which trains its volunteers in best practices and different scenarios to help them do their very best when interacting with seniors. We also distributed 100 Chanukah gift packages in Forest Hills and Rego Park over Chanukah 2019!

get involved

Visiting Senior Program

Are you a senior member of the Central Queens community? Sign up here to join our program.

Volunteer

Seniors in our community would love to have you visit! Sign up here to get involved and volunteer.

Donations

Help the Central Queens Jewish Community circle bring social and educational programs to families and individuals. Your donation will help us bring meaningful, accessible activities  infused with Jewish pride to the community.

CQJCC is a registered 501c3 charity.

Get Involved

Visiting Senior Program

Are you a senior member of the Central Queens community? Sign up here to join our program.

Volunteer

Seniors in our community would love to have you visit! Sign up here to get involved and volunteer.

Donations

Help the Central Queens Jewish Community circle bring social and educational programs to families and individuals. Your donation will help us bring meaningful, accessible activities  infused with Jewish pride to the community.

CQJCC is a registered 501c3 charity.

CQJCC is a registered 501c3 charity.

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CQJCC is a registered 501c3 charity.

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

Contact us to volunteer or join the program

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© Copyright 2020 Central Queens Jewish Community Circle. All rights reserved.

Site by Leah Chazan