Today’s International CoWorking Day, so we decided to ask some of our Hive members why they like coworking at The Hive! #InternationalCoworkingDay
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David Cygielman conceived Moishe House over Shabbat with friends when they realized that there was a lack of cultural and personal engagement between young Jews navigating adulthood. What began as one Shabbat dinner in a home in Oakland, CA in 2006 became a network of homes around the world that provides over 60,000 Jews with […]
Enjoy a sunset picnic and Havdalah at the most beautiful lookout point on Leichtag Commons, hosted by returning Jewish Food Justice Fellows! There will be song, drink, dessert, and discussion to help wrap up Shabbat and glide into the new week. Bring your favorite meal and welcome Shabbat with a sunset at the most beautiful point in Leichtag […]
ENCINITAS, Calif. – The Leichtag Foundation announced today that Jenny Camhi has been promoted to the key leadership position of Director of The Hive at Leichtag Commons. The Hive at Leichtag Commons is the Foundation’s platform for talent development, grantee and ecosystem professional development and capacity building, Jewish discourse, support of social innovation and more. […]
The Leichtag Foundation believes that art can be a form of action and catalyze change among those it inspires. In particular, theatre can cover topics that its audiences don’t always engage with in day-to-day life. That’s why The Hive at Leichtag Commons is excited to present theatre dybbuk’s new play, “lost tribes” on April 14 […]
What do you do? Shabbat San Diego is an independent grassroots level community-wide, inclusive and egalitarian organization of volunteers dedicated to encouraging the entire San Diego Jewish community to participate in a unique, international Jewish identity event that inspires all Jews to experience Shabbat together. The International Unity Shabbat will take place in more than 1200 […]
On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, over 550 San Diegans united at the Lawrence Family JCC to stand up to hate in response to the violent and deadly Charlottesville white supremacist and neo-Nazi rally. Among us were Jews and allies, familiar faces and newcomers, Holocaust survivors and descendants of Holocaust victims, elected officials and grassroots organizers, […]
Join us for Jewish summer holidays, including Shabbat, Tisha B’Av, Tu B’Av, and Rosh Hashana La’Beheimot (New Year of the Animals) starting next week. Scroll down to learn more! The Great Outdoors Shabbat Friday August 4th, 4:30-7pm Join us for our festive summer Shabbat series on the Farm House lawn with your friends and family! […]
Becca Heller, Director and Co-Founder of International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) joined us for a conversation regarding the controversial travel ban, the recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump, and what action steps you can take to support refugees. Watch the video! Interview […]