What made this night different from all other nights?
On Friday, the first night of Passover, more than 350+ Noles gathered around tables across campus to share the Passover story and surpassing all expectations.
For some students this was their first Seder experience ever; for others this was a much-needed reminder of home.
We also prepared more than 40 hosts with best practices for hosting and fascilitating, including Haggadahs and delicious food, and the opportunity to empower students to create their own meaningful Jewish experiences.
"Thanks to FSU Hillel, my daughter hosted her first seder on Saturday night! She welcomed 17 other students to her home, including some non-Jewish friends who had never attended a seder. All the food supplied was yummy and she also added to it by making her first brisket, using my mom’s recipe! Kvelling! So grateful that Hillel provided this opportunity to students!"
All together, Jewish Noles were able to participate in a free Seder because of FSU Hillel and the JSU (Jewish Student Union). This wouldn’t be possible without the support of individual donors like you – Todah Rabah!