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CCE Spring 2017 Report: Two years on

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Since its inception two years ago, the Centre for Community Excellence (formerly Centre for Rabbinic Excellence) has evolved into an invaluable hub for sharing best practice, sourcing creative ideas for programming and events and accessing funding that can transform innovative concepts into impressive and unprecedented realities. Across the UK, communities large and small have availed of CCE’s resources to enhance Jewish community life, with well over 200 programmes and events receiving funding in the past two years.

Parallel to this, CCE has supported various initiatives primed to reinvigorate community life, such as The Chief Rabbi’s Etz Chaim Project and Community Twinning, and has committed itself to investing in the spiritual and lay leadership of communities by helping establish such programmes as Rabbis for Communities and Valerie Mirvis’ Investing in Rebbetzens series. You can read more about these projects and view a selection of some of the exemplary events CCE has funded in the CCE Spring 2017 Report, our latest publication.

Click the thumbnails below to scroll through the booklet on the website. Alternatively, you can download a PDF of the report here.