Partner With Us and Craft an Event
sign up here to host your own event, and you'll receive an unplugging kit with the following:
Cell Phone Sleeping Bags
We make it easy to unplug with our signature cell phone sleeping bags. We share thousands every year and we’d love to provide them for your community. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to receive them for your program.
San Francisco-based conceptual artist Jessica Tully designed this cell phone bag as a way to resist the temptation of the distracting electronic glow of our cell phones and cameras. Logo design by Lucie Kim.
"We" and "I" Unplug To Posters
A fantastic party or event prop. These “Unplug To” posters help engage people around the bigger idea and spark lively conversations. Great for photo booths, icebreakers and displaying on site.
DIY Resource Toolkit
Wondering what kinds of unplugged activities you can create with your communities, organizations or schools? Don't worry, we'll help you out. Our easy to access DIY Toolkit is full of time-tested and group-approved activities, and our National Outreach Manager is on the ready for consultations.
Reach out to us and we'll help you craft an amazing event!
Here's what others have said about unplugging with us:
“I like National Day of Unplugging because it helps bring focus to people that technology is beautiful and awesome and amazing but also needs to be tempered some.” – Brian B.
“NDU showed me that not only could I un-plug, but I could get way out into nature and have that same experience any time I wanted to!” -Erin S.
“In our household, we’ve been trying to unplug more and more every Shabbat. The National Day of Unplugging was that extra level of motivation that we needed to really take it to the next step. I am eager to continue unplugging and exploring new ways to unplug, so as to make our Shabbat that much more memorable!” -Matthew B.
“I found myself slowing down & approaching my activities more deliberately. At first, I was very nervous because I kept thinking that I heard my text messaging & email alerts on my phone. Alas, I picked it up over & over only to discover that it was “unplugged.” Once I got used to my electronic devices being in the “off” position, I didn’t want them back in the “on” position.”-Darian
We've worked with amazing organizations and communities:
Atid LA - Sinai Temple
Atlanta Tabletop Gamers
Click to see more partners:
Brooklyn College Hillel
Cambridge Public Schools (MA)
Contemporary Jewish Museum
East Side Jews - SIJCC
Eser (Hebrew College)
Hillel at Baruch
Hillel at the University of Vermont
Hillel at University of Oklahoma
Hillel for Utah
Hillel for Utah
Hillel of Palm Beach and Broward
Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy
JCC East Bay
Jewish Community Alliance of Southern Maine
Jewish Community of Lodz
Jewish Community of Louisville
Jewish Learning Works (SF)
Jewish Museum of Maryland
LA MOTH - Museum of the Holocaust
Manalapan High School (NJ)
Moishe House Without Walls
Orloff Central Agency for Jewish Education of Broward County (Orloff CAJE)
Osher Marin JCC
Oshman Family JCC
REALITY (Schusterman Foundation)
Repair the World
SF Jewish Film Festival
SF Recreation and Parks Department
Silverstein Base Hillel
Temple Beth Am (LA)
Temple Emmanuel of Beverly Hills
Temple Shalom (Dallas)
Temple Sinai of Glendale
The Brandeis School of San Francisco
The Louisville Shabbat Project
The Museum at Eldridge Street
The Well (Detroit)
UJA Federation of New York
Union for Reform Judaism
University of Deleware Hillel
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Hillel
Waupun Area School District (WI)
West Chester University
YALA (LA Jewish Federation)
Young Jewish Professionals Oakland