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Diversity is a renewable resource for any community… as long as it is utilized appropriately, which includes but is not limited to full acknowledgement, ease of access, and welcomed inclusion of all.


To aid in this effort, KEIRUV stands ready to assist local municipalities, schools, centers of community and commerce, etc. in ensuring Judaism is represented within any interfaith or multi-ethnic event or education.


KEIRUV can provide these institutions first-rate panel speakers, presenters, interactive lessons, displays and more! And, we will tailor our offering to the development level of those participating.


When we know more about those in our midst, strangers become neighbors, neighbors become friends, friends become part of an extended family. Only then will the full positive potential inherent in our diversity become manifest!


Please let KEIRUV know how we can participate with you in manifesting these moments of educational and spiritual outreach for both the good of the Jewish community and the community-at-large!

FEE: None (except expense reimbursement). However, KEIRUV will ask you for a “Pay-It-Forward” Donation to help other families, couples, individuals in need. To find out more, visit our DONATE page or connect with us via our CONTACT page. Thank you!


"Thanks to your helpful presentation, our team felt empowered to provide culturally and religiously sensitive care to an Orthodox Jewish patient, as he approached death. His family conveyed that the morning prayers we especially meaningful to him. Your recording of these prayers were played at his bedside, bringing him comfort and we pray some peace. I thank you. Our team thanks you. We’re happy to know we can count on KEIRUV to be a resource in the community." (A.M. - Hospital Chaplain)


"Thank you so much for taking the time to speak to our students and help us learn about Judaism. Your stirring presentation was both enlightening and entertaining for both the students and me. Guiding our students to explore the inseparable characteristics of their own identities (people, places, beliefs, moments, etc.) was truly brilliant, as it allowed them to better understand the struggle and feel the pain that faced Eliezer in whether to hold onto the Jewish aspect of his own identity. I cannot thank you enough! We do hope you’ll come again; we would love to have you!"  (N.F. – High School English Educator)

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