Santa Clara County, including cities of Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, Redwood Estates, San Martin, San José, Santa Clara, Saratoga, and Sunnyvale
From birth through 8.5 years old
Jewish Silicon Valley
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The PJ Library program in Silicon Valley was established in December, 2008. We seek to assist young Jewish families in discovering PJ Library's gift of quality Jewish children's books. We see PJ Library as a meaningful and pleasant way of developing a positive Jewish identity and connection with our local Jewish community.
Based in Santa Clara County, our program covers a broad geographical area, one that is home to a much larger Jewish community than is reflected in its organized synagogue and social service organizations. We reach out to Israeli families, Russian speaking families, interfaith families, families that are actively Jewishly affiliated, and families exploring connection to our local Jewish community.
We hope to make this journey one of joy, positive learning, relationship building, and inclusiveness for all our families.
The Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley
The PJ Library program in Silicon Valley ispresented under the auspices of the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley. The mission of the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley is to raise and to allocate funds needed to maintain and strengthen Jewish identity, Jewish community and Jewish life. We work toward developing leadership and meeting the needs and concerns of the Jewish community locally, in the United States, in Israel and throughout the Diaspora.
In fulfilling its purposes and programs, the Federation embodies a primary commitment to Klal Yisrael (the responsibility of each Jew for another), to Tikkun Olam (the process of repairing the world), and to the centrality of Israel to the Jewish people.
The PJ Library program in Silicon Valley is grateful for the support and involvement of many institutions in our community who share with us the desire to engage Jewish families positively in Jewish life. Since the inception of our program, we have enjoyed enthusiastic input of our "Constituent Partners" in planning collaborative programs, reaching out to the young families within their organizations, and partnering with leaders and members of these organizations. They have been advisors and hosts for specific programs. It is from these synagogues and agencies that many of our Steering Committee members have come. We appreciate their insights and initiative.
If you would like your organization to be a constituent Partner or you would like to get involved in PJ Library programming, please contact Roni Wolfe.