Next Jewish Generation wants to empower you to host a Shabbat dinner for your friends in your own space, be it an apartment, house, park, or Toledo pub. The goal of our Breaking Bread program is to help you create a warm, intimate Shabbat experience on your own terms. Please complete this form at least two weeks prior to the date you would like to host your Shabbat dinner. Hallie will discuss with you the Shabbat experience that you are planning and provide you with some basic Shabbat supplies.
Want to order pizza? Perfect! Feel like having a potluck? Fabulous! You choose how formal or informal this experience will be for your guests. If needed, you will be reimbursed up to a maximum of $100 per Shabbat dinner (not including alcohol). To be reimbursed, hosts must complete a survey following the event, submit receipts, and upload or allow any photos taken during the event to be shared on our Facebook page.
Interested? Click here to fill out the quick application. Questions? Contact Hallie at Hallie@jewishtoledo.org.
Please RSVP to Hallie@Jewishtoledo.org or 419-724-0362 for Zoom links to events.
NJG Socially Distant Hygiene Kit Packing
Thursday, September 3
Jewish Family Service patio (Outside. Please bring your own mask and a chair or blanket to sit on.)
FREE - please bring toilet paper or paper towel to donate to the JFS Family Pantry
RSVP required. Space is limited to a max of 15 participants to abide by social distance guidelines. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-724-0362.
Join us for a socially distanced evening of mitzvot. Help us pack up hygiene kits for teens in the Toledo area while enjoying some safe fun and snacks. Everyone will be socially distanced and receive their own supplies to pack hygiene kits and individually packaged snacks. You will be able to do everything from your assigned space, even have a glass of wine. Bathroom access will be available.