Parents as Partners
The Jewish Student Union has a strong record of inspiring teens to explore and take responsibility and ownership for their Jewish identity and relationship with Israel. There are many ways that you, as a parent, can partner with JSU in inspiring a Jewish tomorrow.
Club SponsorshipWhat a great way to celebrate a milestone in your teen’s life. Whether it be a birthday, graduation, special academic or athletic achievement, or anything else worth celebrating, sponsoring a JSU club meeting is a great way to acknowledge such a milestone. For more information on how to sponsor a club meeting contact the JSU office at Info@jsustl.org or call 314-696-0578.
Host a Parlor Meeting
It is no secret that fundraising is a critical ingredient to keeping JSU running. What better way to show your support and belief in JSU’s mission than hosting a Parlor Meeting to either help raise funds or spread the JSU narrative to a group of friends in the form of an informational event or meeting. Just let us know, and we will help you organize your Parlor Meeting and together we can strengthen JSU.
JSU is ALWAYS looking for new ways to develop and grow. Whether it is helping us gain access to new resources, introducing JSU to perspective donors or teens, bringing your talents to JSU’s Advisory Board as a potential member, or in a myriad of other ways, we would love to have you involved. So give us a call at 314-696-0578.
FundersThe following are Funding Partners of JSU of St. Louis. We are grateful for their belief in JSU’s mission and their ongoing support. To have your foundation or business listed below, please contact the office at: 314-696-0578 or email Info@jsustl.org further information.
The following organizations work collaboratively and/or cooperatively with JSU in developing and implementing various programs to strengthen the Jewish identity of the teens of St. Louis. To explore ways your organization and JSU can partner for a stronger Jewish tomorrow, please contact the office at: 314-696-0578 or email Info@jsustl.org