What are the interesting, creative, uncommon connections your organization has made with other orgs for Jewish Family Education?

I am sitting in a session at the JFNA General Assembly around engaging young families in Jewish living and learning.  The UJA of Greenwich shared that they took their PJ Library program and partnered with the day schools during open houses.  If PJ Library is primarily reaching children younger than school-aged, then why partner with the day schools?  The answer:  younger siblings.  They established a PJ Library Activity center where younger children could visit and have activities and their own Jewish learning while older siblings and parents were touring schools, etc.

 

What are the interesting, creative, uncommon connections your organization has made with other orgs for Jewish Family Education?

 

 

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I am seeking successful models of partnership bewteen family education and day schools. Any ideas?

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