Established in 1996, JDRC builds
bridges between Jews who are
Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing and the
individuals and organizations
which serve the Jewish community throughout North America.
In partnership with the wider Jewish community, JDRC's leadership, comprised of Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, and hearing individuals, advocates to increase communication access to services, rituals, learning and other Jewish communal experiences. Through our efforts, we build a richer and meaningful Jewish communal life for everyone.
JDRC is proud to be the administrator of The UJA-Federation of New York
Jewish Community’s Deaf Interpreter Fund,
supported by the Chuck Goldman Family Supporting Foundation and
the Caring Commission of UJA-Federation of New York. Click here for information and forms.