Moishe House, an organization creating grassroots Jewish communities for college graduates in their 20s, opened its first house in Montevideo, Uruguay in June as part of efforts to broaden its reach. As the founder of the Global Community Fund for Moishe House, the Sabrina Merage Foundation was a proud partner to help make this happen.

In an article in JP Updates titled “Jewish Community Organization Moishe House Opens First House in Uruguay, Broadening cash loans unemployed Its Reach,” Sabrina Merage was quoted as saying gaurantor loan that supporting the first Moishe House in Uruguay “was an easy decision for us. Bringing the incredibly effective Moishe House model of peer-led, home-based programming to Montevideo is a source of pride for our organization.”

Read the full article in monthly loans no credit check JP Updates here.

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