Current Residents

Read below to find out about the current residents of JHub

a one-of-a-kind movement for young Jewish leaders to make an impact on global Jewish needs and international humanitarian issues. Entwine offers global service trips, educational events and leadership development. Entwine is an initiative of JDC, the largest Jewish humanitarian organization in the world specializing in humanitarian aid, Jewish community renewal and disaster relief.



encourages young people the help address a social issue of their choosing by championing a local charity.  Through a fully-resourced programme that's flexible to the needs of each individual school, students develop their social conscience alongside vital life skills.First Give is creating a generation of young people ready to give their time and talent to improve their community.

a non-profit charity organisation, Jewish Interactive strives to create high quality interactive Jewish digital products and learning tools, utilising cutting-edge 21st Century technology, to make Jewish learning relevant, accessible and alive to educators, children and parents. JI provides impressive technology training and on-going support throughout the UK. 

works to promote equality and diversity, advance education and eliminate discrimination in relation to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people in particular LGBT+ Jews within the Jewish and wider community.

serves an international cohort of more than 65,000 Jewish young adults around the world annually by offering creative and scalable models for building vibrant, peer-based Jewish communities and learning opportunities. It cultivates young leaders to create Jewish community – on their own terms – in ways that are meaningful and relevant.

 PJ library provides free, high-quality Jewish books each month to over 400,000 children in the UK, United States, Canada, Israel, Australia, Mexico, Russia and beyond. The books and music are part of an award-winning Jewish family engagement programme to strengthen the identities of Jewish families and their relationship to local Jewish communities.


  A new initiative, funded by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Foundation and the Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe, offering young Jewish adults in Europe with the networks, knowledge and skills to help them create vibrant and meaningful Jewish life in their communities and across Europe.