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SUSAN & SAUL SINGER EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING CENTER RENOVATIONS
Here for your children...

Here for their future...
Here for good.

Making a donation to the Susan & Saul Singer Early Childhood Learning Center renovation supports high-quality child care and innovative early childhood education for children in the communities the David Posnack JCC serves. Your help ensures that the early childhood learning center remains a vital, up-to-date, welcoming, inclusive and inviting place for families and their children to make friends, learn and play. Your help supports the care and educational needs of young learners today and into the future. Your help updates an outstanding school where Jewish identities are explored, where Jewish values and traditions are embraced and where curiosity and learning are nurtured.


MANIA NUDEL HOLOCAUST LEARNING CENTER RENOVATIONS
The Mania Nudel Holocaust Learning Center serves as a testament to understanding the lessons of the Holocaust and connecting them to the experiences of today. The Nudel HLC preserves the memories of the millions who perished and those who survived this horrific event. It serves as an education center for the community with information on hot button topics like anti-Semitism, racism, xenophobia, propaganda, cyber-hate and genocide.

In 2020 the Nudel Holocaust Learning Center will undergo a complete renovation that includes digitization, a website for online viewing and research and the curating and updating of artifacts. The Nudel HLC is the new home of The George Gottlieb Holocaust & Jewish Education Program that offers:

  • Classes on current events, Israel and the Middle East
  • Yiddish classes
  • Political science and economics discussions/lectures
  • Survivors support
  • Adult Jewish education classes through a partnership with the Lifelong Learning Institute of Nova Southeastern University

              

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For more information, please contact Beverly S. Bachrach, MS,
Director of Philanthropy, at 954.434.0499, ext. 321 or bbachrach@dpjcc.org.