Good to know: JCRC of Asheville


The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Asheville Area exists to build bridges of understanding and communication within our Jewish community and beyond to the general community. The JCRC has been active in Asheville for more than 25 years. Today, it is led by a group of Jewish parents, educators and leaders in the community with the goals of promoting greater cooperation and collaboration within our community around issues of religious inclusion, anti-Semitism, and combating all forms of racial and ethnic hatred and prejudice.

JCRC of Greater Asheville is one of 125 Jewish Community Relations Councils across the country. Together, these JCRCs form the grassroots of the national umbrella organization, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.

For more information about the JCRC, how they can help you, or to work with our committee, please contact committee chairperson Rochelle Reich, Director of Community Life & Jewish Learning, Asheville JCC 253-0701 ext. 111.

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