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The United States is one of the world’s wealthiest nations, especially in agriculture. Yet, around five million children go hungry each night. This summer, we invite you to discover a new face of America’s capital—through learning about issues of poverty and homelessness.
Volunteering includes street outreach as well as preparing/delivering meals. You’ll meet with leaders of Jewish and secular organizations who are committed to making a difference. Along the way, there will be plenty of time to explore and enjoy all that a Washington, D.C. summer has to offer.
Volunteer alongside leading non-profits making a difference in the fight against hunger and homelessness
Meet with leading Jewish and secular organizations advancing public policy ideas to make a difference
Visit the BBYO and Hillel International headquarters in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Learn about Jewish life in Washington, D.C. and celebrate Shabbat with a local community
Rediscover all the highlights and off-the-beaten-path attractions of Washington, D.C.
Experience a taste of college life staying on a major D.C. college campus