Our Community Center is struggling to portray an image that is worthy of support, especially during these difficult times. Our mission statement does not fully reflect all we provide. Would like some help
The agency is currently sustained by an aging population with many retired. We need to attract a younger upwardly mobile support base in order to continue doing our good work for the community.
The Sephardic Community Youth Center Inc., a 501c not-for-profit corporation, located in Brooklyn NY opened its doors in 1982. The Center addresses the needs of the community. A swimming pool, three gyms, a fitness center, senior, teen & junior lounge, exercise studios and multipurpose spaces, the Center does it all. Providing the community creative programs that benefit the community and enrich lives.
Working with Jeffery was a pleasure, Jeffery quickly understood our needs and not only met our expectations but exceeded them. From our original call, I could quickly tell that Jeffery understood our needs and promptly guided our team in the right direction. I highly recommend him.
Working with The Sephardic Center was a true pleasure. Everyone on the project team was eager to produce an exemplary result, and I can't say enough great things about their team lead, Norman Mandel. From the initial call, to the internal surveys, to the drafts, the team was responsive and succinct. The end result took very little effort on the Board's part to refine. Anyone who is sought after to work with The Sephardic Center, whether internally or externally, should rearrange schedules to do it. The experience will be that rewarding.