Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island

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The Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island (JCCGCI) is a Jewish non-profit organization based in Brooklyn.[1][2][3] JCCGCI was founded in 1973.[4][5] The organization's Executive Director is Rabbi Moshe Weiner.[6][7]


JCCGCI is an active non-profit organization in Southern Brooklyn. The organization offers education, management, and vocational support services to the low income residents of Southern Brooklyn. Additionally, JCCGCI provides case management, homework assistance, personal development, job counseling, resume creating, and vocational training services. The organization also provides welfare services for senior citizens.[4]

Hurricane Sandy[edit]

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the central offices of the JCCGCI sustained heavy damage.[8] A senior center run by the organization was also affected.[7]

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External links[edit]

Official website