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Tikkun Olam

We know you want to change the world. So Hillel is happy to offer many ways in which you can repair the world (Tikkun Olam). If you would like to participate in another way not listed here, contact Jeremy Ragent

Challah for Hunger
Bake and sell fresh Challah every week. Proceeds support local and international hunger relief organizations.
Contacts: Janine Birnbaum and
Peter Morgan

Camp Kesem
Camp Kesem is a free, overnight week-long summer camp and year-round community for kids whose parents have or had cancer. It started at Hillel at Stanford in 2001 and has since then become a national non-profit with 54 chapters all over the country!
Click here to learn more or contact Will Funk at

Levison Leadership Fellowship
Learn about leadership and social justice through a Jewish lens in an intimate setting. To apply to be part of this unique, stipended fellowship, contact Rabbi Jessica Kirschner at

Biblical Garden
Help care for and harvest fresh fruits and herbs from our beautiful biblical garden.
Contact: Lia Nilson

Jewish Incubator Fellowship
In the 2017 pilot, JIF fellows created initiatives around microcommunities, intercommunal relationships, tikkun olam (repairing the world), Jewish life and ritual, and a personal relationship with Israel.
Click here for more info.




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Taube Hillel House & Koret Pavilion at the Ziff Center for Jewish Life
565 Mayfield Avenue
Stanford, CA 94305-8456
(650) 723-1602