ABOUT: The 20|30 Project offers opportunities to connect, lead and give -- meaning there’s a way for everyone to participate, contribute and benefit. Here are 3 ways to get involved:
The Revolution is a two-year learn-and-lead initiative launched this fall with a "Ted Talk" themed inaugural summit focused on how passion and innovation can change the world. Continued monthly sessions will bring the next generation into the conversation to share their ideas and perspectives about Jewish life and community. We plan to listen - a lot. We’ll also educate participants about the Jewish community we live in today, and help them develop the leadership skills necessary to design the programs and interfaces for the Jewish community of the future - a community they can call their own.
Happy Hours + Signature Events
Sometimes, expressing our Judaism is just about being with other Jews - no explanation of “Shabbat” or “Thanksgivukkah” required. Monthly happy hours, Tzedakah Bowl, and co-sponsored events with other young adult organizations in our community like "Cirque du Purim" fill that need while keeping tikkun olam on the table.
The 20|30 Campaign
The 20|30 Campaign offers a variety of philanthropic opportunities for Jews in their twenties and thirties to be educated about, inspired by, and have an impact on our local and global Jewish community.
TO GET INVOLVED: You can learn more about the 20|30 Project by contacting Evan Stern at email@example.com 952-417-2335. Evan is the 20|30 Project Manager at the Minneapolis Jewish Federation. Give him a call, and he would be happy to set up a meeting to get to know you better and learn about your passions for community and philanthropy!
Tzedakah Bowl XVI Wednesday, December 25 8:30 AM – 6 PM. Mall of America Field – Metrodome
Play flag football and ultimate frisbee at the Metrodome to support camp scholarships. Registration: $250 per team, $30 per individual.
Please note that this year the main activities will be flag football and ultimate Frisbee. There will be no children’s/family activities – but spectators are more than welcome!
Questions? Contact Evan Stern at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-417-2335.