The feeling was palpable. It reverberated across the Royal Conservatory’s halls, the stage, and through the cascading rows of young professionals and House supporters who packed Koerner Hall’s 1,000 seats with a sellout crowd.
The concept, ambitious; six speakers interpreting how one moment, one decision, one person can unleash a movement with the power to transform our world.We cannot display this gallery
And yet, never has this concept of “The Power of One” been truer than with JEDx, itself. In just one evening, a larger picture of individual greatness and collective might began to take form. People of all ages, organizations of varying missions — all gathered under one roof because of their unifying belief in the potential and value Judaism offers.
THE POWER OF ONE EFFECTIVE PLATFORM
8 Activations (smaller, self-contained interactive activities) available on the show floor
offered varied entertainment, and a chance to sample experiences provided by our annual programming
Featured select community initiatives from Shoresh and the UJA
Resulted in over 1,000 points of engagement – an overwhelming commitment from attendees to continue yearly involvement
JEDx raised just over $385,000 – including an exceptionally generous surprise gift from an individual donor who recognized the event’s high standard
The energy at JEDx alone proves that we are most powerful when our community converges as one. But what’s next? Where does this excitement go? What makes this meaningful moment in time the beginnings of an even greater story?
Know for certain that it all starts with one… It starts with you.
The complete album is here! Relive all of the night’s picture-perfect moments here.
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Check out Amy Grief and the CJN’s JEDx 2017 recap.
The Power in Action
Read how community member Rebecca Schwartz has already put the lessons from JEDx 2017’s “The Power of One” into practice with her blog, Almost in Womb.
The JEDx Effect
See why community professional Ben Feferman held JEDx as a successful model for charity events in a recent article with the CJN.