Wednesday, February 24, 2010

JUMP's strong at 2 YRS

The Jewish Urban Meeting Place (JUMP) celebrated its second anniversary last Saturday night at The Burroughs Building in downtown Toronto. The chairs of the event saw the target met, selling out to just over 450 young professionals from across the GTA, to some out as far as London and Ottawa Ontario too.The proceeds will continue to help subsidize the non-profit organization’s future programming.

See a few pics here from the Loft...

JUMP’s ongoing mission and goal, is to nourish the Jewish spirit of its members, to encourage participation and strengthen the bond between the Jewish people through experience and knowledge.

Operating as a social network and community hub with an open and welcoming atmosphere for young professionals, JUMP is located now at 1992 Yonge Street just north of Davisville station on the TTC. It is a centre where one can relax, schmooze and become involved in a variety of different innovative and exciting opportunities.

If you have not yet been to see what they are all about check out the "City Wide Album of all Toronto's upcoming events and what is on our wall here.

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