Become a H2H Shabbat meal host
Do you love Shabbat? Want to share it with your friends on campus? There's no one better than you to share the realness of Shabbat with your friends - and especially with those who don't yet know how awesome it is. Host a Shabbat meal - and we'll help you make it happen! Find out more about Heart to Heart at
The qualifications to get H2H funding for a meal are 1) run by student for students 2) a meaningful and accessible experience 3) kosher food 4) a mix of religious/regulars and nonreligious/nonregulars. Once you're approved, you you fill out a (different) form after the meal, and we can subsidize up to $10/person up to 20 people.
Fill out this form so we can better assist you, and we'll get back to you ASAP -- please apply at least 1 week in advance of when you want to host.
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What's your name?
What's your email?
What college do you attend?
What's your graduation year?
Where did you hear about Heart to Heart Shabbat dinner hosting?
Yeshiva/seminary in Israel
A campus Jewish professional
What's your current involvement with Jewish life on your campus?
Regular at Hillel, Chabad, other, etc. "None" is also a valid response, as is "It's complicated".
Why do you want to run a Shabbat dinner?
Who's your target audience? What's driving you to share Shabbat with others?
When do you want to run a Shabbat dinner?
What are you looking for?
Help finding guests
Connections to other hosts/experts on my campus
Practical help planning logistics, menu ideas, etc.
Help getting food
Inspirational ideas to elevate Shabbat
Resources - kiddush cup, challah cover, songbooks
How to make Shabbat accessible to all
Are you interested in helping organize and expand these efforts on your campus?
I'll see how things go for now
Anything else on your mind?
Questions, comments, queries, concerns, compliments...
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