As a 501c3 nonprofit, GatherDC depends on the generous donations of our community to ensure a dynamic, welcoming Jewish community continues to thrive in Washington, DC today, tomorrow, and for years to come. Your gift makes it possible for GatherDC to make meaningful connections between Jews in their 20s and 30s, help other local Jewish organizations engage millennials, and build a stronger and more vibrant Jewish community for all.

How Your Gift Makes a Difference

$18 connects young adults to one another and to Jewish life over coffee.

$36 engages 20s and 30s at learning sessions (Mini Gatherings) where they can explore their unique relationship to Judaism and build close friendships.

$72 provides a high quality professional development learning session for a network of Jewish professionals who serve young adults across DC.

$180 sends one young adult on the Beyond the Tent retreat where they discover their unique Jewish identity, make close friendships, and find their place in DC Jewish life.

$500 makes it possible for one young Jewish professional to experience the Open Doors Fellowship where they learn how to become an ambassador of Jewish life and future leader of our community.

Please consider making a gift below, or reach out to Rachel Gildiner at or 609-605-2468 to discuss other opportunities to support GatherDC.

More About What We Do

GatherDC helps Jewish professionals in Washington DC find their people and their place. We partner with the best venues and Jewish organizations in the Washington, DC area to help 20 and 30 somethings meet new people, expand their Jewish learning and connect with other Jews in DC. Regardless of beliefs or lack thereof, GatherDC assists Jewish (and Jew-curious) 20 and 30 somethings in finding community and events that are just right for them. Whether it’s friends, places, classes, things to do this weekend, jobs, apartments, where to spend Passover in DC, activities or cuisine they are looking for, GatherDC points them in the right direction. We exist so young Jewish professionals in DC can find what they need to live a Jewish life that feels right to them, right now.