PJ library is a Jewish Family Engagement program implemented on a local level throughout North America. It mails free, high-quality Jewish children's literature and music to families across the continent on a monthly basis.
PJ Library is a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, made possible through partnerships with philanthropists and local Jewish organizations. Today, families in hundreds of communities across the United States and Canada are able to explore the timeless core values of Judaism through books and music.
All families raising Jewish children from age six months of age through five, six, seven or eight years (depending on the community) are welcome to sign up. The Hudson County PJ Library Community supports families with children up to eight-years-old.
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PJ LIBRARY of Hudson County is a collaborative partnership between the Hudson Jewish Community Forum, Jersey City's Temple Beth-El and the United Synagogue of Hoboken. Our mission is to help families chart their own unique Jewish journey in this revitalized community. This PJ Library Community is generously supported by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, The United Synagogue of Hoboken, USCJ, Violet Zall Hordes Foundation, The United Jewish Appeal of Hoboken and other members of our community.
USH is the implementing partner for the Hudson County PJ Library Community. Rachelle Grossman, the preschool's director, is the primary contact for this program, at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact her with questions about eligibility, change of address or any other inquiries about this community.
To enroll, click on the button below and you will be directed to the appropriate page in the PJ Library website.