After expanding to Atlanta in late 2016, social dining platform OneTable has launched a free iOS app to help people find open Shabbat dinners in the metro area.

The previously web-only platform helps Jews who are out of college but haven’t started their own families yet host their peers for Shabbat dinner. Since November, OneTable has played a role in 133 Shabbat dinners with more than 1,800 guests in Atlanta.

Applying to host a Shabbat dinner through OneTable makes you eligible for a credit, redeemable online, to pay for the meal. The credit is $15 per attendee, up to $150 total.

Besides Atlanta, OneTable is active in such cities as New York, San Francisco, Washington, Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles. The nonprofit has the support of Atlanta’s Marcus Foundation, among other funders.