About Us

UJA Federation of Greater Toronto’s Joseph & Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus
has quickly become a beacon for Jewish life across York Region. 

The Campus, located at Bathurst Street, north of Rutherford Road, is the culmination of years of dreaming, planning, fundraising and building that began with the land purchase in 2000. 

The new state of the art facility – an initiative of UJA Federation’s Tomorrow Campaign which continues to transform the skyline of the Jewish GTA from north to south -  provides “one-stop shopping” for Jewish families – and non-Jews alike – providing individuals with a spectacular array of facilities and services created to meet the needs of the flourishing community living north of Steeles. 

Situated on the Lebovic Campus is the spectacular Schwartz/Reisman Centre,  which, with its myriad of facilities and programs, will enable personal Jewish journeys to start and continue for a lifetime, offering an eclectic array of outstanding fitness and aquatic facilities; Daycare and Preschool facilities; Sports Leagues; Camps, and Outreach and Jewish learning opportunities galore. The array of Healthcare options offered on Lebovic Campus will serve the community’s healthcare requirements well. Mt Sinai provides everything from Family Physicians, to a full rehab and wellness clinic providing leading edge rehabilitation and sports medicine services.

In addition, those requiring social services will enjoy the convenience and professionalism offered through 1 Open Door: a unique environment offering various UJA partner social agencies – including  JIAS Toronto, JVS Toronto, Circle of Care and Jewish Family & Child under one roof,  to address the social, educational, vocational, settlement, mental health, home care, safety and emotional needsof those in need. 

Vaughan is a vibrant municipality, enriched by the diversity that continues to flourish here. The Jewish community is an important part of that diversity, and, with the creation of the Joseph & Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus, the Jews of Vaughan – as well as York Region’s community at large, now have a new place to call “home”.