Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)

4200 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida 33137

The JCRC is the public affairs and advocacy arm of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It is composed of volunteer community leaders interested in strengthening the Jewish and general community in Miami-Dade County as well as ensuring the right of Jews everywhere to live in safety and security. The JCRC works to safeguard the Jewish community by advancing Jewish interests, promoting Jewish values and advocating on behalf of Jews at home and around the world. To carry out its mission, the JCRC builds consensus, establishes relationships and builds coalitions with ethnic, racial, religious, governmental and civic organizations and the media. The goals of the JCRC are: to maintain strong American support for Israel; to educate and involve Jews in political activism and advocacy; to build relationships within the Jewish and the general community.

Phone 786.866.8486
Fax 305.573.2966
Email communityrelations@jewishmiami.org
Website http://jewishmiami.org
Contacts Director: Carol Brick-Turin

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