Heart to Heart is a grassroots movement of Jewish college students sharing Jewish life with their peers. Based on the values of loving all Jews and caring for others, we're changing the face of Jewish communal life: connecting Jews to meaningful Jewish life, vibrant communities, and to each other - all through peer-based relationships, intimate Jewish experiences and innovative community building. Already active on over 30 campuses, we strive to serve all Jewish students by supporting, inspiring, and sharing with each other.
Is H2H only about Shabbat dinners? What if I can’t/don’t want to run a Shabbat dinner? Not at all – we simply aim to connect Jews to Jewish experiences and Jewish community, by inspiring and mobilizing religious students and communities to understand their opportunity and responsibility to this cause. But that could take place at/through […]
Aaron Greene – University of Hartford Aaron Greene is from Cleveland, Ohio. He goes to the University of Hartford, in West Hartford, CT, where he’s currently a Judaic Studies major. He went to Fuchs Mizrachi High school, and before starting college, he spent a year in Israel at Yeshivat Lev Hatorah in Ramat Beit Shemesh. His hobbies […]
Heart to Heart began in 2007 with a few students at the University of Pennsylvania, who were involved in Jewish life and wanted to help others feel welcome in the Jewish community. After seeing the possibility and need to expand – both among the welcomers and the welcomees, it has since become a global network […]