Engagement plays a pivotal role in the lives of young Jewish adults, fostering a strong sense of connection to their culture and community. By embracing engagement, young Jewish adults in Milwaukee not only contribute to the vibrancy of our community but also ensure the preservation and continuity of Jewish values and culture for future generations. 

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time. Questions? Contact Nicole Gorelik at 414-390-5733.

Cream City Schmooze

Every month, we invite you to join NextGen for an evening of connection and camaraderie, where you can unwind with a refreshing drink and engage in lively conversation with your fellow young adults. Whether you’re new to the area or a seasoned local, these gatherings provide the perfect opportunity to expand your network, forge new friendships, and discover shared interests. Find us at a new location each month!

Special June Perk
RSVP by Wednesday, June 5th at noon and get a free challah you can enjoy Friday evening for Shabbat post-Schmooze.

Event Details
Friday, June 7 | 4:30 – 6 PM
Broken Bat Brewing
135 E Pittsburgh Ave, Milwaukee

Open to adults aged 22-45
Free to attend

Questions? Please contact Nicole Gorelik at 414-390-5733.

Be A Mensch

Join NextGen for an afternoon of giving back while gaining insights into the impactful work Jewish Family Services does through their residential program at Bradley Crossing. Volunteers will grill food, oversee yard games and activities, and join Bradley Crossing residents for a barbeque lunch. Pick a shift that works for you and help us ensure a fun-filled day for everyone!

This opportunity is open to adults and children.
Children must be supervised.

Day Includes
Grilling and serving food
Overseeing activities/games
Sharing lunch with community

Event Details
Tuesday, June 25 | 10 AM – 2 PM
Bradley Crossing
4375 W. Bradley Rd., Brown Deer

Questions? Please contact Nicole Gorelik at 414-390-5733.

Support Local Education: Join Our School Supply Drive for 2024-25!

Help equip students for success by participating in our school supply drive in support of Jewish Family Services. Volunteers are encouraged to bring donations when they come to help, or can drop-off donations all summer long at various community locations. Your generosity will provide essential tools for students in need, ensuring they have a great start to the school year.

More Information Coming Soon

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