Unplug Your Community

Become an NDU Partner to create an event with friends, family or your community. Sign up and receive:

  • Cell phone sleeping bags ( free while supplies last!)
  • Downloadable “We Unplug to ” posters and upload a picture to this site.
  • a DIY toolkit with time-tested ideas and resources to craft an event of your own.

Will you unplug with kids? Download our National Day of Unplugging Kit for Kids, a great resource for families, friends and teachers.

Connect with us on social media before or after the National Day of Unplugging.
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We’re here to help you make the most of your unplugged experience. For any questions regarding community partnerships, events, or our resources, please contact National Outreach and Partnership Manager, Josh Kanter at josh@rebooters.net.

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Still unsure if your community should unplug? Read some testimonials from past unpluggers:

“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

Reboot wishes to acknowledge our partners for The National Day of Unplugging:

3813 O Street
4th Street Yoga
Adas Israel
Addison Penzak Silicon Valley JCC
Aish NY
Algonquin Resort
Atid at Sinai Temple
BBYO Bay Area
Beacon Hebrew Alliance
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
Berkeley Hillel
Beth David Synagogue
Beth Sholom B’nai Israel
Beth Tzedec Congregation – Toronto
Billings, Montana
Blessed Sacrament School
Board of Rabbis
Briarcliff Middle School
Bristol & West Progressive Jewish Congregation
California Institute for Integral Studies in San Francisco
Catholic High School
Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education
Central Florida Hillel
Children’s Day School
Common Sense Media
Congregation B’nai Emunah
Congregation Dorshei Emet – Montreal
Congregation of Moses
Congregation Rodef Sholom
Congregation Rodeph Sholom – Bridgeport
Congregation Shir Hadash
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Cornell Hillel
DePaul University
Digital Detox
Digital Mindfulness
Diller Teens
Dynamic Kids
East End Temple
East End Temple – Congregation El Emet – New York
East Meadow Jewish Center
East Meadow School
Eastside Breathers
Eco Jews of the Bay
Emmanuel Woollahra Preschool
Evergreen Community CHarter School
Fone Free Feb
Gather the Jews
Germantown Jewish Centre – Philadelphia
Girl Scout Troop #32091
Girl Scout Troop 4701
Head Start of Washington Co..
Hillel at Binghamton
Hillel at University of Oklahoma
Hillel International
Hillel of Metro Detroit
Hillel of Northern New Jersey
Hofstra University Hillel
Houston Hillel
Islamic Center of Cedar Rapids
JCC of Manhattan
JCC Warsaw
Jervis Public Library
Jewish Center of the Hamptons
Jewish Community Library
Jewish Educational Project
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Federation of Greater Portland
Jewish Federation of Vancouver
Jewish Learning Works
Kehillah Jewish High School
Key West Yoga Sanctuary
Lake Nokomis Presbyterian Church s
Lander Grinspoon Academy
Magrath Library
Mechon Hadar
Moishe House
Moishe House RSJ NYC
Moriah College
Newman Catholic Schools
North Shore Congregation Israel
North Shore Congregation Israel
ohavi zedek chavurah program
Om Shalom
Open Temple
Osher Marin JCC
Oshman Family JCC
Peninsula JCC
Pico Union
PJ Library
PJ Library
Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church
Presbyterian Lay Committee
Pressman Academy
Providence UMC
Rainbow Pack
Repair the World
Richland College (Dallas County Community College District)
Righteous Conversations
Rodef Shalom
Rutgers Hillel
Saint Marianne Cope Shrine & Museum
Saint Mary’s School
San Diego Jewish Academy
Santa Cruz Hillel
SF Hillel
SF Rec and Park Department
Sherith Israel
Sinai Temple
SPiN/ Music Unites
Sports Basement, Bryant St.
St. Marianne Museum
Stanford Hillel
Strickly Kosher, inc.
Temple Beth Am
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park
Temple Beth Shalom
Temple Emmanuel BH
Temple Isaiah
Temple Israel Alameda
Temple Israel Center
Temple Israel of Alameda
Temple Micah – DC
The Brown University School of Public Health
The San Francisco School
Troop 42854 of Girl Scouts
TX Center for Advancement of Literacy & Learning at Texas A&M.
UC Santa Cruz
UCLA Hillel
University of Delaware Hillel
University of Maryland Hillel
University of Vermont Hillel
USC Hillel
UVM Hillel
Vital Talk
Volunteer Center of East Bay
Washington DCJCC
Welling Academy
West End Synagogue
Wilshire Blvd Temple
YALA Wine Cluster
Yeashore Community