100 young Jews are volunteering this summer as part of new service project

One hundred Jews, aged 18 to 29, are spending a month volunteering with a variety of nonprofit organizations as part of a new Jewish service alliance. The effort, called Serve the Moment, is intended to inspire young Jewish adults to perform 100,000 acts of service during a turbulent summer when the coronavirus is spreading and social unrest over racial inequality has sparked nationwide protests. Read more.