Hillel UW is fortunate to have a brilliant community consisting of students, alumni, young adults, parents, and friends. Each group experiences Hillel in different ways yet relies on Hillel for the same thing: creating a safe and innovative space for young Jewish adults to connect with Judaism, with each other, and with broader communities. If you would like more information on our work and our programs and events at Hillel UW, sign up for our community newsletter.
Read about the latest news and events in the Friends of Hillel Newsletter.
Hillel UW also benefits from the financial contributions of our community. Here is our 2014-2015 Annual Report that captures how your investment helped fulfill the needs of our students and young adults.
Our whole community comes together two times annually for the High Holidays and Passover.
Hillel UW is pleased to welcome all members of our community to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur together each year. We offer a variety of service styles to meet the varying observances of participants. There is no charge to attend. Donations to Hillel UW are welcome. Click here to learn about this year’s High Holidays!
A long-standing tradition at Hillel UW is community Passover lunches. These Va’ad-certified kosher for Passover meals draw attendees from around the Puget Sound. You’ll see students along with business folks in suits along with retirees joining together in joyful celebration and community every year. Meals are offered at a subsidized fee.