If you’re interested in additional resources to help fund your dinner – we have some great suggestions below. Going potluck can be fun and easy too!
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Below are some organizations that have community-building tools and funding for your dinner.
Please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com to talk through these initiatives and eligibility guidelines before you contact these organizations. We’ve got special partnerships with some of them.
OneTable.org is “an online and in-person hub” designed to “help people in the 20s and 30s find, enjoy, and share Shabbat dinners.” You can apply to be a OneTable Host and receive Nourishment credits of $15/person for up to 10 people.
If you’d like to reach out to your local Moishe House to see if they’d like to co-host a Global Shabbat Dinner with you, here’s the list of Houses.
Alternatively, if you are aged 22-32, you can apply to be an MHWOW host. There are various eligibility and application guidelines that we can walk you through. For instance, you’ll have a streamlined application if you have been in a Jewish immersive leadership program of at least two months in duration (ie, Jewish Service Corps, Multi-Week Fellowship), or if you live in any of these areas: San Diego, Chicago, Dallas, East Bay, Portland, or the DC metro area.
If you are curating a meal for at least 40 guests, with much of your own ideas infused into the program, you may be eligible to apply for this grant. You are especially encouraged to apply if you have participated in a Schusterman immersive experience: ROI Community, REALITY or a Connection Point.
If you are an alumnus of the Cornerstone Fellowship, you may apply for a grant to create a Jewish experience in your local community.