Three Ways to Get Involved in the Global Day
In Your Community
Community centers, federations, synagogues, and individuals will host events on November 7th. Search for an event in your community.
Don’t see an event in your neighborhood? Pledge to participate, and we’ll keep you in the know as new community events are added. Even better: host a Global Day event! Get together in your home or at the local coffee shop, anywhere people can gather to think, talk, and learn together. Click here to volunteer to host a get-together.
With Friends and Family
Maybe big community events aren’t your thing, and you’d like to keep things closer to home. No problem! Click here to volunteer to host a Global Day get-together. Get together in your home or at the local coffee shop, anywhere people can gather to think, talk, and learn together.
You can make your event public so your neighbors can attend, or private so just the people you specifically invite can attend. We’ll send you a house party kit right away and a discussion guide in a few months. We want to make sure your Global Day event is a success, so we’ll be here to help. Click here to get started on your Global Day get-together.
Online learning is currently under development. We’re working on programs to enable you to participate from the comfort of your computer Pledge to participate, and you’ll be the first to know when the Global Day online learning programs are up and running.
eJewish Philanthropy is a supporting partner of the Global Day of Jewish Learning project.