PJ Library sends out high quality, age appropriate Jewish children's books every month to participating families in communities across North America. By providing these books, PJ Library's goal is to help families connect to timeless core values of Judaism and to transmit these values to a new generation.
PJ Library program supports families with children from age six months to eight years old in their Jewish journey. Created by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, PJ Library is a national program implemented by local communities.Through PJ Library®, more than 65,000 books are mailed each month in 130 communities across the US and Canada, turning snuggly bedtime moments into Jewish moments.
PJ Library is funded locally by the Jewish Federation of Reading and generous local philanthropists.
PJ Library Families
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PJ Goes to Camp offers grants up to $1,000 to PJ Library families who wish to enroll their children in a nonprofit Jewish overnight camp for the first time. This offer is available on a first-come, first-served basis to PJ Library families who might not be eligible for their community’s One Happy Camper program.
Contact Amanda Hornberger at 610-921-0624 for details