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This Is
Our
Moment.

Together, let’s reimagine
a society rooted in justice.

Envision a world filled with compassion,
where everyone has what they need in
order to thrive.



The pandemic has disproportionately impacted our cities' most vulnerable residents and we all have a part to play in supporting our neighbors. The time is now to engage in critical racial justice work, tackle food insecurity, strengthen our education system, and combat social isolation.

You are here because you get it. You understand that in order to create meaningful change we all have to contribute to building a safe, healthy, and just society grounded in our Jewish values.

Jewish wisdom teaches us
that service, and caring for
our neighbors, is an
essential Jewish value.

This is the difference
you can make.

You can take action and contribute vital support alongside service organizations meeting urgent needs of those most impacted by
COVID-19.


Your time as a volunteer will be crucial as we work together to lift up the most vulnerable in our society.

Join us. Act now. Engage with others who want to pursue a just world. Live the Jewish value of caring for your neighbor. Together, we will mobilize 100,000 acts of service in response to this critical moment. How will you serve?

Jewish wisdom teaches us
that service, and caring for
our neighbors, is an
essential Jewish value.

Are you a courageous and compassionate leader looking to make a difference this summer?

This is your moment. Beginning with a summer of service, we will mobilize young adults and college students, (ages 18-29) through a full-time stipended program from July 8th to August 7th. Serve the Moment Summer Corps Members will focus on addressing and learning about issues that stem from systemic racism and economic injustice, including food insecurity, educational needs, unemployment, social isolation relating to COVID-19, and other pressing needs.

We Plan To Have

CORPS
MEMBERS

ACTS OF SERVICE
AND LEARNING

Serve This Summer

From July 8th to August 7th, 100 Serve the Moment Corps Members will volunteer across ten cities, and spend 32 hours/week elevating their professional skills and accelerating their personal growth through virtual and in-person service with trusted partners. Corps Members will volunteer while learning and reflecting with their peers through trainings led by national leaders in the field with an intentional focus on social and systemic inequities (racial, food, and education), and addressing urgent needs through meaningful service rooted in Jewish values. Learn more here and apply today!

Partners
& Funders

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