We believe that an engaging, Jewish values education is essential for children and their families to live a meaningful Jewish life.
Over five years, we have grown to nearly 100 synagogue partners that use our curriculum.
I’m happy to say that [both of my daughters] not only have learned a tremendous amount about what it means to be Jewish in just four months, but their sense of identity as Jews has firmly taken hold. The format has been perfect for them, having started at zero… Suffice it to say, we love this option!
At Temple Chaverim we were looking for a new and exciting way to get our students engaged in Jewish learning. We started ShalomLearning at the beginning of the academic year and the buzz began. Due to the interest and requests from our community, we hope to be expanding the program to include more students this fall.
When we decided to start our Jewish education program again at Kehilat Shalom, we knew we wanted to do something different and fun that would serve our current families and possibly attract more congregants. The ShalomLearning curriculum and team did just that. The families are thrilled with the program and so is the staff!
One of the many reasons, I appreciate working with ShalomLearning is their constant search for feedback to revise and improve their materials. That ability to be reflective is such an important tool in education.
It felt like ShalomLearning fell from the sky into our laps. It’s wonderful having a partner who understands our field – the challenges and resistance. The commitment to excellence and accessibility is inspiring.
ShalomLearning is honored to be named as one of the 50 most innovative Jewish non profits in North America. We have been selected to be included in the prestigious nationally recognized Slingshot Guide ’18-’19.
ShalomLearning’s growth and expansion began in 2015 with generous visionary grants from the William Davidson Foundation and the William and Audrey Farber Family Foundation. We thank them for their wonderful support!