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Peninsula Jewish Community Center
Having grown steadily over the last half-century, and rapidly since moving to Foster City, the PJCC now serves over 10,000 members and numerous program participants. Its family-friendly, multi-generational programs and services are spread over four buildings, an outdoor courtyard, play areas, ball fields and offices, and include:

The Early Childhood Education Center, featuring an award-winning preschool, toddler and family programs, enrichment activities, year-round, seasonal day camps, tot sports programs and parent education and involvement opportunities.

The Youth and Teen Center, operating after-school programs, year-round seasonal day camps, a teen lounge and numerous educational, recreational, social and volunteer activities.

The Byer Athletic Center, a state-of-the-art facility featuring: An Aquatics Complex with indoor and outdoor pools, swimming instruction and swim teams, a whirlpool, a kiddy pool and an outdoor playground; a two-story Health & Fitness Complex with: • A full-court gymnasium • Extensive facilities, equipment and classes for strength training, cardiovascular health, group exercise, Yoga, Pilates, Spinning, personal training and more •Sports leagues and recreational programs for all ages • Physical therapy, massage, steam, and sauna • Childcare services.

Join your Peninsula Jewish Community Center in building a more caring and connected community. To become a Member, contact our Membership Office at 650.357.7424 or via email at

The Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School
Graduates of this highly regarded K-8 school are found in leading independent and public schools throughout the Bay Area. Now serving over 225 students this year, the Day School is accredited by both the California Association of Independent Schools and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Its state-of-the-art facilities include two classrooms per grade, a fully-equipped science lab, a 10,000 volume library, a school assembly and performance hall, a Jewish study center, age-appropriate playgrounds and sports fields, dedicated space for before and after-school programs, and a kosher kitchen. Students have volunteered in support of local senior citizens and the Foster City Library, baked cookies for city firefighters, and presented a special collar to a city police dog as part of a "make a difference" project.

Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties (JCF)
Building and strengthening our community now and for the future through the practice of Tzedakah (justice through righteous giving) and Tikun Olam (repairing the world).

For a century, thanks to the generosity of our Jewish community, the Federation has been harnessing the power of communal giving by raising millions of dollars each year.  Linked by collective Jewish values to do our part to heal the world, we partner with agencies and organizations to have a local and global reach -- providing health and human services that ensure care, relieve poverty, strengthen Israel, respond to emergencies, support educational programs and promote Jewish culture. As trusted advisors for generations, Federation infuses philanthropy with meaning by guiding donors in planned giving, connecting enterprising funders and leveraging resources to architect sustainable change for our community and the world we share.  With insight into complex issues and expertise backed by a robust and rigorous grant making process, donors and investors receive personalized and innovative funding strategies to maximize their philanthropic capital.

With 5 offices throughout the Bay Area and in Israel, our North Peninsula Campus presence offers a community hub that enables closer connections with locals and businesses.  By providing San Mateo County residents an opportunity to engage with one another through programs and services, we continue to ensure the survival and growth of our Jewish community.




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