MOT is a self-sustaining membership club that believes that being part of a community is the BEST tool to create meaningful connections that last.

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MOT strives to provide high-quality opportunities for high-quality people aged 29 and up. Our members are exceptional, influential entrepreneurs, artists, and professionals who share a Jewish background and a passion for forming valuable personal and professional connections. Our programs and events take place at some of the best establishments in the city - from trendy, innovative restaurants to stunning properties in the Hamptons.  

 

Our community brings together established individuals who

desire new friendships, new ideas, and new opportunities

to collaborate on initiatives that create social impact (Tikkun Olam).

To join our community, please click here.

To see pictures from our last event, click here.
 

Code of Conduct & Core Values



Our Manifesto
 

A NEW COMMUNITY THAT PROVIDES NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR KINSHIP,

LOVE, and FUN

SURROUND YOURSELF WITH PEOPLE WHO

INSPIRE YOU

SOCIAL IMPACT (TIKKUN OLAM) STARTS WITH

INSPIRATION

MAKE REAL FRIENDS.
FIND LOVE.    

 

ENGAGE IN CONVERSATION.

SHARE YOUR TALENT AND WISDOM WITH YOUR TRIBE.

COLLABORATE

CLIMB HIGHER.   TRAVEL BOLDLY.

DISCOVER YOUR PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP TO JUDAISM
IN TODAY'S MULTI-FACETED WORLD.

LIVE A MODERN AMERICAN LIFE 

WHILE KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH YOUR JEWISH SOUL

        FRIENDS WHO BECOME FAMILY
                       THIS IS OUR TRIBE.                                                          MOT

In New York, more is not better.

          Better is better.

 

 

MOT is a community of Jewish peers dedicated to the respect of other members, contributing ideas, sharing career connections, and collaborating on passions and dreams.

 

 

Act with integrity

 

Respect member confidentiality

 

The Golden Rule is the MOT rule

Referring other exceptional individuals to MOT maintains the levels of excellence that attracted you to become a member.  It is an important Mitzvah!

 

Respond to fellow members within 24hours via an email or text

 

Do not solicit fellow members for business unless invited to do so

 

Respect your fellow members when they say no

 

Respect the diversity of members i.e. age, background, cultural, and gender perspectives

 

Explore the Judaic traditions that speak to you

 

Make Shittachs, They’re a Major MOT Mitzvah. (3M) 

 

Share your connections as others share with you

 

Have fun, love deeply, think globally, act locally, and nurture longterm friendships in the big city

Spend heartily because you can't take it with you!

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