According to annual festival presenter Guru Lee Weisman, Mother Theresa told him “repairing the world needs good organizing.” I had no idea about this when I used it as a Tweet to promote our 2nd annual summit devoted to developing a stronger grassroots movement within the Jewish community.

From Aug. 16-18th at Brandeis Bardin’s amazing retreat center, participants will learn how to turbo charge their cause. There are a few more spots if you are interested in participating. Thanks to generous support our sponsors, participation costs only $99 including room and board.

Grassroots Summit trainers include:
-organizer for Union of Farm Workers
-former international youth movement leader
-experienced campus and community organizers
-corporate leadership trainer
-start-up consultant
-social media expert
-communications and branding expert
-and others

WHERE: Brandeis Bardin Campus, Simi Valley, CA
1101 Pepper Tree Lane
Simi Valley, CA 93063
(805) 582-4450

WHO: Jewish young adults 18+

COST: $99 and up. (Scholarships available on first come, first serve, basis)


Made Possible by generous sponsorship from:
The Jewish Community Foundation Los Angeles, Valley Alliance Of The Jewish Federation Of Great Los Angeles, Stanley and Joyce Black, Goldrich Family Foundation, Israel Leadership Council, Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation

Partners include (list in formation) MASA Israel, Birthright NEXT LA, Jews For Judaism, San Diego Jewish Federation, Jewish Free Loan Association, Nefesh B’ Nefesh, American Jewish University, Jimena and more TBA

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Rabbi Yonah