OneTable + BBYO 100

Host a Shabbat Dinner with Your BBYO Friends

Become a OneTable host to reunite with your BBYO friends over Shabbat dinner, connect with other alumni in your area, and celebrate 100 years of BBYO. You’ll get inspiration, resources, and up to $450 for a Shabbat dinner with other BBYO alumni (ages 21-39ish, not in undergraduate college).

For eligible dinners, Nourishment of $15/person is provided based on the number of RSVPs through the OneTable platform with a maximum of $450/dinner for Open dinners and $150 for Host-Approval or Invite-Only dinners. You’ll receive an online gift card or coupon code for one of our Nourishment partners in advance of the dinner.

  • Create an Account with OneTable
  • Submit the Host Application: This should take about ~5–10 minutes to complete. After you submit, you’ll hear from our Field Team within the next 3–5 business days with the next steps.
  • Post a Shabbat Dinner: Once you’ve completed the host application process, you’ll be able to create a dinner on the OneTable platform and invite your BBYO friends.

Fill out this form to learn about hosting a OneTable + BBYO dinner.

Shabbat Resources

There are many ways to enjoy Friday night dinners and Shabbat rituals. Whatever your Friday night looks like, we have the resources you need. Check out these guides and the BBYO Toolbox for more Shabbat resources.

OneTable Shabbat Dinner Guide Cover

OneTable Shabbat Dinner Guide


BBYO Friday Night Ritual Blessings

OneTable + BBYO

Inspired by ancient Jewish wisdom, OneTable is a national non-profit that empowers folks (21-39ish, not in undergraduate college) to find, share, and enjoy Shabbat dinners, making the most of their Friday nights. Our social dining platform makes it easy for you to create your own experiences and build your community.

Celebrating its centennial anniversary this year, BBYO is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. For 100 years, BBYO’s leadership programs, the Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA, high school fraternity) and the B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG, high school sorority), have been providing exceptional leadership programs, lifelong friendships, and identity enrichment experiences, shaping the lives of 400,000 alumni worldwide.