Friendship Circle ($5800): To expand Shabbat experiences to Friendship Circle families that have not been included in the past. An inclusion educational training will be developed for typical participants to help make sure FC families feel more included.
CJC In the Mix ($10,000): To create a series of art pop ups throughout San Diego.
Jewish Family Service ($2,100): To expand volunteer opportunities to young adults on a consistent basis. The goal will be to reach out to this audience in new ways, which has been lacking over the years.
NCSY ($10,000): To adapt their multi-media theatrical presentation for a young adult audience.
Tarbuton ($10,000): To build a young adult American-Israeli program in collaboration with several key partners. Large-scale events will take place along with smaller.
Chai Group ($8,500): To launch “Judaism: Inside Out,” a series of meaningful Jewish conversations held in creative spaces with amazing speakers.
Hillel of San Diego ($10,000): To focus on building the bridge between the senior year of college and post-college—a series of programs in partnership with NextGen groups to get outgoing students connected beyond Hillel.
“Federation’s new NextGen initiative aims to engage more than 5,000 Jewish young adults in the next five years. These innovative grants will connect young adults to Judaism and philanthropy in a way that’s personal and tailored to them.”