One of the most unique and inspiring programs to receive a grant—$200,000 over two years—is Moishe House, which operates home-based communities for Jewish post-college young adults in their twenties. The program aims to re-connect the young adults with their Jewish identity through social and educational events. Residents at Moishe House, named for its first financial supporter, develop leadership skills, partner with other organizations and serve as models for living meaningful Jewish lives. Each year, Los Angeles residents at three houses will produce 200 events that engage their peers, such as Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, group learning, social justice programs and cultural events.
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