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Survey for Adult Children of Intermarriage

In order to learn more about the needs of individuals in their 20s and 30s who have one Jewish parent and one parent who is not Jewish, the Jewish Outreach Institute is conducting a survey and will be holding focus groups in New York and Washington DC and interviews with Jewish communal professionals who work with this demographic.

Click here to access the survey.  Participants will be asked to share their beliefs, opinions, and concerns about a range of topics pertaining to American Jewish life today, both how it is and how it may become.

This confidential, online survey will take approximately 5 to10 minutes to complete and at the end of the survey, participants will have the opportunity to enter a raffle for a $100 gift card to Amazon.com.  Please take the survey if it applies to you and pass the survey along to anyone you think would be interested in helping JOI learn more about meeting the needs of adult children of intermarriage.

For more information about the Jewish Outreach Institute, dedicated to creating a more open and welcoming Judaism, click here.

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