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The Tomorrow Campaign – unparalleled in its boldness and scope – is transforming the landscape of Jewish Toronto. Launched on April 16, 2000, the Tomorrow Campaign (then known as Jewish Toronto Tomorrow) is working toward the ambitious goal of rising $400 milion in order to build and revitalize three Jewish centres across the Greater Toronto Area. Through the remarkable generosity and vision of numerous community philanthropists, almost $300 million has already been raised and a new Jewish city is being built.

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Joseph & Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus
The Joseph & Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus is located in the heart of York Region – the municipality with the fastest growing Jewish population anywhere outside of Israel. Phase 1 of the 50-acre site opened in 2007 with the Kimel Family Education Centre, home of the northern branch of TanenbaumCHAT. Today, the second phase of development is in full swing and the opening is scheduled for the summer of 2012.

Central to this phase is the Schwartz/Reisman Centre, a multi-faceted community centre that will include the Phil Granovsky Sports & Recreation Pavilion, the Gorman Shore Goodman Childhood Education Centre, a community arts centre and much more. Also being built is the Sharp Family Atrium, the Leo and Sala Goldhar Conference and Celebration Centre and a Community Services Pavilion. From education to recreation, to arts and culture, to health and wellness and everything in between, the Lebovic Campus will raise the bar for Jewish communities across North America and beyond.


Sherman Campus
In 2009, the initial phase of development on Sherman Campus was completed with the opening of the Prosserman JCC's first facility, the Donald Gales Family Pavilion and the addition of two beautiful new floors at the Lipa Green Centre for Jewish Community Services. And these changes are only the beginning.

In the years ahead, the spectacular 27-acre campus on Bathurst north of Sheppard, will be re-envisioned and rebuilt, ushering in a new era of excitement, opportunity and Jewish communal engagement. At the heart of the campus will be the expanded Prosserman JCC's Cynamon/Sokolowski Sports Complex, including indoor and outdoor aquatic centres, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and more. Next door will be The Jewish Museum of Canada, housing the Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, the Ellen Prosserman Atrium, the Leah Posluns Theatre, and anchoring Sherman Campus' south end will be the breathtaking Koffler Centre of the Arts.



Downtown

The Miles Nadal JCC provides programs for, and outreach to, the growing Jewish population in Toronto's downtown core. The wide variety of programs include performing arts, education, literacy, language and cultural events. A face-lift to the building's exterior and a complete renovation of the interior has rejuvenated the facility, boosting membership to over 3,500 while improving life for the 20,000 Jews living south of St. Clair Avenue.

Simultaneously, the Wolfond Centre for Jewish Campus Life was built at the corner of Harbord and Huron Streets, changing the way in which our 4,000 downtown Jewish university students connect with Jewish life and each other. Since opening its doors in 2004, the architecturally unique Wolfond Centre has become the cultural, spiritual and social centre of Jewish life for Toronto's downtown university and college campuses.

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