JCC Budapest by Numbers

According to a recent demographic study, 54% of Hungarian Jews see themselves as cultural Jews. This creates an incredible opportunity for the JCC to nurture a cultural Jewish revival in Budapest. Our numbers speak for themselves.

At the beginning of 2020, the JCC Budapest compiled figures that demonstrate a dramatic and consistent increase in participation from 2019. This is a testament to the JCC’s popularity and the dedicated work of its staff and supporters. For instance, the JCC saw a 40 percent increase in visitors through the first three months of 2020 and a promising uptick in attendance at a range of events. Through constant and dedicated programming, the JCC Budapest hopes to increase these numbers even more. 

Please note that this page reflects numbers before the pandemic. If you are interested in the latest numbers, please visit the COVID-19 Response section of our site.

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in-person visitors per month

Up 40% from 2018

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email newsletter subscribers

Up 30% from 2018

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people engaged through activities

sustained from last year

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Facebook followers
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Instagram followers
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YouTube channel views
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YouTube subscribers
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members of the Shalom Club for Holocaust survivors and the elderly
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people at Judafest, a public celebration of Jewish Life
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people at the largest Jewish and Israeli Film Festival in Central and Eastern Europe
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activities per year
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programs/month
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volunteers
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