By Aliza Kline and Lisa Barkan It’s Friday evening in Israel. As the sun slowly sets and the bustle of the day settles, you begin to feel it, that unique high, the transcendent experience of Shabbat. How might we translate that energy and those emotions when you return home? A … [Read more...] about How Shabbat in Israel Might Cultivate a Lifetime of Practice
What are the financial decisions we, as a Jewish community, are making now that will have significant consequences for the future? By Elie Kaunfer Once upon a time, King David faced a dilemma. He had stored up massive amounts of wealth, but didn’t know how to spend it b … [Read more...] about Make a Big Bet
Following the senseless violence and tragedy that transpired in Charlottesville, Virginia, this past weekend, the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, OneTable and Repair the World are coordinating with a diverse array of national and local partners and networks to … [Read more...] about This Weekend: A Global Grassroots Shabbat Celebrating Unity and Diversity
OneTable, the social dining platform that allows people in their 20s and 30s to find, enjoy, and share Shabbat dinners, has launched a free iOS app aimed at helping individuals find open Shabbat dinners in their community. The app allows users to explore available Shabbat … [Read more...] about The OneTable iOS app has officially launched!
By Maayan Hoffman eJewish Philanthropy Two women - one Sephardic Jewish, one Egyptian Muslim - sat together, sharing a dish of Arabic fattoush salad. They laughed together, excited by the discovery that despite their different religions they have much in common, including … [Read more...] about First-ever Shabbat Salaam Focuses on Food, Faith and Friends