Moishe House has been awarded the Jerusalem Unity Prize in the international category. Moishe House received the prize for its worldwide success in engaging Jewish young adults in meaningful ways and empowering them to create their own vibrant communities.
Moishe House currently connects more than 65,000 Jewish young adults in 25 countries with 11,000-plus programs through more than 110 Moishe Houses, Moishe House Without Walls, Immersive Jewish Learning Retreats, Camp Nai Nai Nai and the Open Dor Project.
The Jerusalem Unity Prize is given to individuals, organizations, and initiatives in Israel and throughout the Jewish world whose actions are instrumental in advancing mutual respect for others amongst the Jewish people, during crises and in daily life.
The prize was created to memorialize Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaer and Naftali Fraenkel, after they were murdered by Palestinian terrorists in 2014.