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East Brunswick is an active and caring community with numerous clubs and organization ranging from Hadassah to Soccer. 

Jewish Oriented
Sports and Recreation
Culture and Arts

Jewish Organizations




The Campus for Jewish Life

The Campus for Jewish Life exists to serve New Jersey ’s Jewish community and strengthen Judaism through transformational and innovative inter-generational and educational programs, culturally enriching events, and recreational activities.


Dutch Road in East Brunswick

732-249-2221 or 732-565-2410

Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County

The Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County is a non-profit organization that raises funds for Jewish humanitarian needs. Based on the heritage of Jewish values, the federation is committed to the quality survival, strength and vitality of the Jewish people, locally, nationally, and worldwide.


230 Old Bridge Turnpike
South River, NJ 08882-2000

Phone: (732) 432-7711
Fax: (732) 432-0292

Jewish Family Services

A nonprofit organization serving everyone who lives in Middlesex County and the surrounding environs. JFVS is committed to helping individuals and families realize a fulfilling life experience at home, in the workplace, and in the community by providing effective social services, counseling, and advocacy through responsive, innovative programs.


Phone: 732-777-1940

USY/Kadima- East Brunswick Chapter

Meetings are planned throughout the year with diversified programs aimed to interest young Jewish pre-teens and teens. The purpose is to teach a bit, and most importantly, to allow your Jewish youngsters and other Jewish youngsters to meet, interact, develop a sense of Yiddishkeit together and hopefully create lasting friendships. 


511 Ryders Ln
East Brunswick, NJ, 08816
map & directions

Phone: 732-257-7070

Chapter Advisor:
Jessica Steinberg


Troop 252 - Boy Scouts

Boy Scout Troop 252, located in East Brunswick, NJ is sponsored by the EBJC. .An active unit with monthly camping and hiking events meets throughout the year. Additionally, our troop participates in both CNJ Council and Regional NJCoS Events, and at tri-state camps during the summer months. Our troop is open to boys of all faiths and creeds. We follow the kosher dietary laws and observe sabbath program restrictions.

NCSY- East Brunswick

NCSY Connects with Jewish teens through innovative, cutting-edge social and recreational programs to develop a positive Jewish identity. NCSY Inspires Jewish teens through informal Jewish education, retreats and summer programs. NCSY Empowers teens through leadership development and guidance to become passionately committed leaders of the Jewish community and instruments for positive change and renewal.


Director: Rabbi Yaakov Glasser
Phone Number: 201.862.0250


Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies

The Association of Jewish Family & Children’s Agencies is a membership organization of over 140 Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies, and specialized Jewish human service agencies, in the United States and Canada. Member JF&CS agencies provide social services to children, adults and the elderly in the Jewish and general community. Tracing their roots back to the 19th century, JF&CS agencies began by assisting Jewish refugees and immigrants, orphans, and the poor and needy. Today, JF&CS agencies continue to provide preventative as well as social services to people of all ages and to those with special needs.


620 Cranbury Road, Suite 102
East Brunswick, NJ 08816.

Telephone: 800-634-7346
Fax: 732-432-7127

Jewish Women International ( B'nai B'rith Women)

Our network of supporters and partners spans the breadth of Jewish and secular communities. Religious leaders, advocates, like-minded organizations, expert professionals, funders, abuse survivors, community liaisons, and volunteers of every stripe generously share their time, money, and expertise for our common goal – safe homes, healthy relationships, and strong women. Meets in the East Brunswick Library.



Call  732.846.1464


Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, is the largest women's volunteer organization in the United States. Since its inception, Hadassah has remained committed to Judaism, Zionism and American ideals. With over 600 members, the East Brunswick chapter meets at EBJC.





Recreation and Sports


East Brunswick Baseball League

 EBBL Recreational League is open to children from age 5 to 15. The purpose of our organization is to provide a safe and structured environment for children to play ball and have fun. They should grow both physically and personally through their experience on the field. They should develop skills, create friendships, and learn the values of teamwork.



PO Box 823, East Brunswick, NJ 08816

East Brunswick Soccer Club

The East Brunswick Soccer Club (EBSC), established in 1975, is one of the state's best known and most highly respected youth soccer programs with more than 1,200 participants. EBSC offers recreation play for boys and girls ages 4-17 and fields travel league teams for boys and girls ages 9-19. Recreation and travel teams play their home games at Dideriksen Park and at Heavenly Farms and also practice at a number of school fields. EBSC is committed to the principles of challenging athletic competition, good sportsmanship, and a positive and fun environment for all of its players.



East Brunswick Soccer Club 

P.O. Box 803

East Brunswick, NJ 08816


East Brunswick/Milltown St. Bart’s Buffalos


"Our strong organization is committed to providing the best for the kids!’ We offer recreational Flag and Contact Football for ages 5-14 up to 160 lbs. Special needs cheerleading also available.


For information call Jeff Schuld at732-261-8952 or access our website at
East Brunswick Blackhawks Lacrosse Club

The East Brunswick Blackhawks Lacrosse Club will be entering its seventeenth year of play for the spring 2009 season, which runs from March through June. Most games are played on weekends. Enrollment is open at three youth levels: Level 1 for grades 2, 3, & 4; Level 2 for grades 5 & 6; and Level 3 for grades 7 & 8. No prior experience is required, since all programs emphasize the basics of the game and instruction. All players must purchase their own equipment. Registration for the spring season is on a first come, first served basis.


Ernie Fusco at 732-723-3888
Buddy Baseball

The Buddy Division of East Brunswick Baseball provides challenged youths the opportunity to play organized baseball. Full uniforms are provided and weekly practices are offered to teach the skills of the game. Buddy Ball is open to boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 18. You do not need to be a resident of East Brunswick to participate.


Fast Break Basketball

Fast Break Basketball Association, Inc., (FBBA) is a not-for-profit, 100% volunteer run organization, providing various basketball programs for children. The programs we offer are as follows: Co-ed - Grades 2 through 12, Girls only- Grades 2 through 8, Buddy Ball – for children with special needs, and Travel– Co-ed U9 through U13, Girls U11 and U13. FBBA is dedicated to teaching the fundamental skills of basketball, and creating a fun and safe environment for all who participate. FBBA welcomes volunteers to serve in Coaching, Team Parent, Site Safety/Game Coordinator, and Director roles.
The Daisy Association


The Daisy Association is a supportive group of parents and any other interested parties which supplements the Daisy Recreation Program and assists people with disabilities in various ways.


The Daisy Association

PO Box 45

East Brunswick, NJ 08816

or call 

East Brunswick Recreation 732-390-6797


Raritan Valley Road Runners

The Raritan Valley Road Runners is New Jersey’s best running club! We have open, women’s, and master’s teams, and have won the USATF-NJ Club Championship every year since 2001. But we are not only a group of racers. We strive to promote the sport of running and its healthy lifestyle. Our Wednesday Night Run is one of the nation’s longest running regularly scheduled group runs, with 20-40 runners of all levels participating each week since 1983. We sponsor youth runs, Saturday trail runs, group speed work, beginning runners groups, and have fun at parties and other social events.


Culture and Arts

call 732-839-2129


Playhouse 22 

Construction has begun on the new home for Playhouse 22, East Brunswick’s Community Theatre and Performing Arts Group, to be located at the new multi-purpose community arts center at Heavenly Farms. The theatre will be brand new with updated sound and lighting systems, as well as comfortable seating. We look forward to our grand opening celebration once the building has been completed. Please check our website at for updated and grand opening information


For more information 

call 732-254-3939

East Brunswick Young Adult Charity Players (EBYACP)

As a nonprofit organization, our mission is to provide an entertaining theatrical production for our community in order to raise money for the Daisy Parents Association and other philanthropies in East Brunswick. Since 2001, the East Brunswick Young Adult Charity Players (EBYACP) has produced annual productions with all proceeds being directly donated to the Daisy Parents Association. Group members must be 13-23 years old. Auditions held in June, productions in August.


Contact Jeff Litt

at the E.B. Recreation Office 732-390-6797



Visual Arts League (VAL)

VAL is an international, nonprofit, charitable arts organization which gathers global creative energies giving them local focus via exhibitions, art adventures/projects. Our website ValWeb documents whatever we do and is a resource for the community to connect with artists of all kinds around the world and locally. Some of our projects begin on the Internet and grow like a plant with ideas and visual imagery feeding in from all corners. Our website is a meeting place we don’t have to drive to.


Contact Judith Wray

Phone: 732-254-7611



Zimmerli Art Museum

The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, located at the corner of Hamilton and George Streets in New Brunswick, is one of America’s most important university art museums, appealing to art lovers and scholars at home and abroad. The Museum contains an interactive learning center for children and offers a wide selection of educational and cultural programs for everyone. For exhibition information, please visit


Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

71 Hamilton St. New Brunswick, NJ 08901


East Brunswick Friends of the Library

Friends of the Library come in all ages, contribution amounts, and levels of involvement. Our goal, as a fundraising organization, is to help The Library by providing special furnishings and programs that are not available through ordinary budget channels. For some, membership involves only a donation. Other members participate from time to time as helpers at some of our events, while others are more active by becoming members of our board. Board members attend approximately eight meetings a year, help organize events, and get a real inside view of happenings at The Library.


For more information, call

Robin Rushfield at



The Raritan Poets

The Raritan Poets offer Central New Jersey poets a peer workshop, as well as public readings throughout the year. The peer workshop, which meets once a month at the East Brunswick Library, is designed to give local writers an appreciative forum for their work, and is open to serious and beginning poets alike .




For information and schedule 

call Mary Sciascia at 732-257-3088

Moms Club  

The MOMS Club is a support group for you, the mother-at-home of today (Moms Offering Moms Support ). Our chapter serves moms and kids living in East Brunswick, Helmetta, Milltown, South River, and Spotswood. We offer monthly meetings at the East Brunswick Library with speakers and discussions. We also organize community service projects.
East Brunswick Regional Chamber of Commerce

The East Brunswick Regional Chamber of Commerce is committed to fostering and promoting local businesses and providing area residents with access to the rich diversity of our region. Founded in 1957, the Chamber provides business opportunities through networking events, business and educational seminars, business expos, a liaison between business concerns and government, promotional and advertising opportunities, website links and business forums.


East Brunswick RegionalChamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 56

East Brunswick, NJ 08816



Master Gardeners of Middlesex County

The Master Gardener Environmental & Community Stewardship Program is a volunteer organization that emphasizes solid waste education, water conservation, and an Integrated Pest Management approach to solving pest problems. Join us if you wish to gain knowledge on using natural resources wisely and are willing to share your experience with the community by assisting them in gardening projects or programs


Master Gardener Helpline

732-398-5220 services/agriculture-master.asp



East Brunswick Rescue Squad

Volunteers and donors are the heart of the East Brunswick Rescue Squad. From tending minor ills to breathing life back into patients, our 100-plus-all-volunteer EMTs and first aiders provide quality pre-hospital trauma and medical life support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In 2007, over 4,000 calls to9-1-1 came to us, and again the Home News Tribune awarded us their Readers Choice Award for Best Ambulance Squad. To join one of central New Jersey’s busiest and best rescue squads,.


contact us at 732-238-8739 or

To donate, please send contributions to 346 Cranbury Rd, East Brunswick, NJ.

East Brunswick Garden Club

The EBGC promotes horticulture, ornithology, flower arranging, preservation of natural resources, and conservation. Monthly programs include speakers and workshops on these topics and more. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month from September - June, 7:30 p.m. at the Nativity Lutheran Church, Ryders Lane, East Brunswick.


For more information please call 

Rita Smith at 732-521-3609

East Brunswick Woman’s Club

The purpose of the East Brunswick Woman’s Club is to bring together women of East Brunswick and neighboring communities to promote civic, educational, and social activities. Meetings are held in the evening on the second Tuesday of the month at The Chelsea at East Brunswick, 606 Cranbury Road.


For information call Marian Rettinger, President, at 732-254-9034or Elaine Wornowicz,Membership Chairman, at 732-821-9586
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