It hasn’t achieved Starbucks-level growth, with a franchise on every corner. Not yet.

But Moishe House, which offers subsidized housing to young adults who agree to live and work together on promoting Jewish life to their peers, has expanded at a dizzying pace. Since its establishment in Oakland in 2006, it has grown to 75 houses in 17 countries on five continents, with more than 5,700 people calling Moishe House home last year.