Host a Pink + Teal Shabbat Dinner

Pink and Teal Shabbat is designed to educate women and men about the increased risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer among Jewish families, the measures they can take to protect their health, the impact of breast and ovarian cancer on the Jewish community, and Sharsheret’s resources.

OneTable and Sharsheret are proud to partner together to empower you to share life-saving information. Organize a Pink and Teal Shabbat with dinner and discussion to raise awareness about breast and ovarian cancer. Plus, eligible hosts can receive Nourishment from OneTable of $10 per person to use towards grocery stores, cookbooks, or restaurants, and more.

Become a OneTable host to welcome and educate others or find a Shabbat dinner near you.

  • 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. Add a “Pink Shabbat” event tag to make sure others can find your dinner.
  • Additional Resources: Check out the resources below for inspiration on the Friday night rituals and hosting a Pink Shabbat.

Additional 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 additional resources and the full Resource Library for more ideas.

Sharsheret Shabbat Guide

Conversation Starters

Pink Challah Recipe

Signs, Symptoms, Facts

OneTable + Sharsheret

Inspired by ancient Jewish wisdom, OneTable is a national non-profit that empowers folks (21-39ish) 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.

Sharsheret is the only national organization supporting Jewish women and families, of all backgrounds, facing breast and ovarian cancer—those who are diagnosed and those at high risk. To date, we have served more than 120,000 women, families, health care professionals, community leaders, and students from all 50 states. We offer tailored resources, information, and support to caregivers, family members, and friends of women facing breast and ovarian cancer to guide them through the cancer journey.