An Answer to the Digital Passover Problem

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Seder2020 powered by OneTable

Thursday, March 26th — Many of us are wondering how we’re going to gather for Seder this year. Many are worried they’ll have to spend the holiday alone.

Welcome to Seder2020.org. OneTable, who has been building community virtually for the last five years, has replicated their technology to offer for free to the world. Anyone and everyone can organize their digital Seders using the Seder2020 platform.

Details: We know this year’s Passover will be different from all other Passovers. We’re here to help. “Seder2020 Powered by OneTable” is a platform for anyone to plan their Seders, invite their guests, find resources, and have a meaningful virtual Seder experience.

This is an excellent solution for individuals looking to host their first virtual event, as well as seasoned Jewish professionals organizing their communities virtually this year. Events can be any size the host wants and the platform offers as many ways to customize your Seder through the description and haggadah options.

This will be useful for:

  • grandparents hosting online events with their grandkids, who are states away
  • synagogues who otherwise have to totally cancel their community-wide Seder
  • groups of families with young kids who want to host a Tot Seder together over Zoom
  • People who would be otherwise alone finding an open Seder table here

While OneTable is continuing to offer support for individuals 21-39ish, “Seder2020 Powered by OneTable” is open to anyone. Hosts and partners can take full ownership over their events and the ways they share the site with their communities.

For the full press kit, with downloadable images and logos, click here.
To learn more and sign up to use the platform, visit Seder2020.org

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OneTable is a national nonprofit bringing millennials together around the Shabbat dinner table every Friday night. We believe that good food with good people is good for you, a way to heal from loneliness and overworking, and the best form of community-building. Since 2015, we’ve supported over 250,000 people aged 21-39ish in over 400 US cities in this mission.

Questions?
Director of Strategy & Communications
Al Rosenberg
alexandra@onetable.org | (872) 307-0182

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Al Rosenberg

Al Rosenberg is the director of marketing and communications at OneTable. Al lives on the west side of Chicago, loves food festivals and board games, is a board member at Mishkan, and hosts a monthly Rosh Chodesh Well Circle.

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