New Orleans

About Us

Moishe House New Orleans is a welcoming, inclusive space for young Jews to share stories, make art, cook delicious meals, explore Judaism and engage in social justice work. We are devoted to building community through fun and meaningful programs and to celebrating New Orleans’ rich history. Come by for some challah and (c)happiness!

We Are Looking for New Residents!

Moishe House is seeking young adults between the ages of 22-32 who are excited about living with others and creating a Jewish community for their peers. Residents of the house receive a generous rent subsidy, programming budget and staff support to host several programs each month. This commitment includes professional and leadership development, flexibility based on your personal interests and connects you to a renowned global community.

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Our Residents

Serena Deutch

Favorite Holiday
Rosh Hashanah
Boca Raton, FL
Business Associate at Launch Pad Partners

Eric Malamud

Favorite Holiday
Denver, Colorado
Innovation Fellow

Sasha Somers

Favorite Holiday
Tu B'Shvat
Los Angeles, California
7th grade science teacher


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Generously supported by: Anonymous, Cathy and Morris Bart, Jarrod and Shiva Beck, Goldring Family Foundation, Jewish Endowment Fund of Louisiana, Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans, Hugo and Lis Kahn and M.B. & Edna Zale Foundation Also supported by: Anonymous, Ben Swig, Brian Katz, Diane Share, Carole Neff, Kevin Waldman, Lynne and Michael Wasserman, Carol Wise and young adult community builders giving back through our alumni Ambassador Circle and annual resident-driven WE ARE Campaign

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