Latest PJ Library News
Kol Rinah Young Families, PJ Library, the ADL, and We Stories are teaming up to facilitate Discovering Differences, a dialogue about diversity, racial equality, and inclusion – all through a Jewish lens. This three-part series will include sessions for both parents...Read more
PJ Library has hired three Parent Ambassadors, whose job will be welcoming families with young children to the Jewish community and connecting them with other young families. Abby Goldstein, Aleeza Granote, and MaryAnne Smyly Sabin all have young families and also...Read more
Saul Brodsky Jewish Community Library and PJ Library are working together to develop a Jewish Story Festival for the community, launching in May, intersecting with the St. Louis Storytelling Festival. This first event on May 4, 2017 will then kick-off a yearlong...Read more
On Saturday, December 3 from 5:30-7:30 pm, PJ Library is hosting a Birthday Bash! This evening of fun is free and will have activities for kids of all ages. Bring the whole family and enjoy dinner and entertainment to celebrate PJ Library’s birthday. The event will...Read more
Women’s Philanthropy of Jewish Federation of St. Louis will host its eighth annual “Shower Our Community with Love” event on Thursday, April 14 at 7 pm at Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School. Enjoy dessert and wine while making a difference; dietary laws observed....Read more
Dec 21, 2015 | Miscellaneous
As 2015 comes to an end, I write to provide an overview of some of the key accomplishments of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis this year. The support of thousands in our community has helped us achieve some significant milestones this year. Community Study Jewish...Read more
Max Lagoy of Wildwood was chosen, along with nine other children from across the country, to join the 2014-2015 PJ Our Way National Design Team. Max is the only Missouri representative. Each team member is responsible for spurring online dialogue by creating and...Read more
PJ Library, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation’s popular national program that sends free Jewish-themed books and music each month to tens of thousands of children up to age 8, is launching a new edition: PJ Our Way. The new two-year multi-city pilot project, being...Read more
Planning & Allocations model focuses on programs/services that advance strategic priorities Jewish Federation of St. Louis’ success in the 2012 Annual Community Campaign resulted in a 1.3 percent increase in new allocable dollars for 2013-14, allowing Federation’s...Read more
Michelle Hoberman, CEO and President of Effortless Events by Michelle, is a huge fan of many of Jewish Federation’s programs, projects and activities for our children and families. One of her favorites is the PJ Library program which sends free monthly Jewish-themed...Read more
Dana Emmenegger, 33, an account director, has connected to Jewish Federation in different ways as her life has evolved. Initially, just out of college, she wanted to meet other young St. Louis Jewish adults and joined Jewish Federation’s Young Professionals Division....Read more
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