A New Home for

After years of preparation, GW Hillel is building a new state-of-the-art home in the heart of downtown at 2300 H Street, slated to open in fall of 2020.

Your financial support is crucial to delivering this new building, which will provide needed communal space, delicious kosher food, and be a home for GW Hillel's innovative and extensive programmatic offerings. It will serve as a launchpad for students to consider how Jewish values impact their lives, and to bring these values to bear through family, service, work, and community building.

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"GW Hillel creates opportunities for everyone to find their fit. For example, I love taking on a project I know will directly help people. Most recently, I volunteered through Hillel with a local D.C. organization to help fix up the home of a family in need. Being able to connect with these personal and Jewish values of giving back to the community is just one way Hillel has been a place that brings together the individual and the community."

- Riley Ritchie, GW Class of 2020

To learn more about about naming opportunities in the new home for GW Hillel please contact Meredith Westerlund at 202-994-7876 or mwesterlund@gwu.edu.

GW Hillel aims to provide the Jewish students of GW the tools they need to lead meaningful, vibrant Jewish lives during their time on campus and beyond. Students are supported as they make choices that impact their individual identity, their campus community, and the world. Utilizing innovative education and leadership training, in concert with the warmth and support that college students need, GW Hillel works to empower the nearly 4,500 Jewish students on campus.