How can we better help our communities in this time of urgent need? This past year has exacerbated inequities that were already present in our society: currently 1 in 7 American households faces food insecurity regularly. Logging On To Give Back: Jewish Food Justice will provide you with tools and knowledge to help you facilitate your own service learning project for your community, virtually or in-person, and a better understanding of how to incorporate service learning into any program. Together we will explore the realities of food (in)justice in North America through Jewish concepts such as the Omer, the harvest period between Passover and Shavuot. We will take time for collective action on food injustice and will explore opportunities for engaging in service projects in our own communities. Finally, we will make space for connecting with friends old and new to serve, learn, reflect, and have fun.
Sunday, May 2nd | 9am-2pm PST / 12-5pm EST
Open to all Moishe House Residents, Hosts, Alumni, Community Members, and Jewish Young Adults in North America, ages 21-32
Applications are due by Friday, April 23 at 12pm EST