9801 Donna Klein Boulevard
Boca Raton, Florida 33428
561-852-3200

Volunteer Opportunities at Levis JCC

Make a difference, be a leader, lend a hand, change a life, give back, share your time with the Levis JCC.

ALIZA SASONI | Manager, Thrift Shop | 561-368-3665 | alizasa@levisjcc.org

SUE HARRINGTON | Director, Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery | 561-558-2504 | sueh@levisjcc.org

ALI LANDMAN | Program Director, Helene & Roy Schwedelson Special Needs Department | 561-852-3269 | alil@levisjcc.org


Levis JCC Thrift Shop »

141 NW 20th Street
Boca Raton in Plum Park Plaza

The Levis JCC Thrift Shop needs help sorting, prepping, pricing, displaying and selling. Help us help our community! Teens, adults and seniors are welcome.

Hours:
Monday - Saturday; 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday; 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery »

Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement
21050 95th Avenue South, Boca Raton

Provide clerical assistance to the director two times per week. Must have good computer and telephone skills.

Docents for the Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery – Must have good communication skills and an appreciation for art.

Helene & Roy Schwedelson Special Needs Programs »

9801 Donna Klein Boulevard, Boca Raton

There are many ways you can get involved with our Helene & Roy Schwedelson Special Needs Programs. Volunteer for one of the following programs:

Fit & Fun Sports
You will mentor a child with special needs in this innovative sports and fitness program where skilled coaches and high school volunteers assist each participant achieve success. This opportunity is for 9th graders and older.

Marleen Forkas Camp Kavod (Year-Round)
Assist staff with a variety of typical camp activities on campus and in community settings. Summer Camp is 8 weeks; Winter Camp is 2 weeks during Palm Beach County's Winter Break; Spring Camp is 1 week during Palm Beach County School's Spring Break. This opportunity is for 9th graders and older.

Paul Markhoff Otzar Sunday School
Assist teachers in our amazing Sunday School Program where students with special needs are provided an enriched Judaic educational experience, with the goal of enhancing their participation in Jewish life. This opportunity is for 9th graders and older.