PJ Library families will have more opportunities to connect with one another and participate in Jewish life, thanks to the PJ Library Get Together grants program. Dayton is among a select group of PJ Library communities in the US and Canada chosen to participate in this initiative. Get Together grants will reimburse Dayton PJ parents up to $100 to create their own programming experiences for nurturing community on a micro level with three or four other families.

The grants are designed to help build social connections among families and encourage them to do it Jewishly. Get Together grants can be used for Shabbat-themed experiences, baking or crafts, book clubs, and parent-only evenings. Applicants can host and receive reimbursement up to three times through April 30, 2019. More information about applying can be found at

Dayton PJ Library is made possible through the Harold Grinspoon Foundation and the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton. For more information about PJ Library and PJ Our Way contact PJ Library Coordinator Rachel Gilbert at (937) 672-8936 or by email at

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