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Jewish lives today are born of inspiration, not obligation. So how do we inspire? By empowering young Jews to engage in meaningful Jewish experiences, build inclusive Jewish communities, connect to the State of Israel and repair the world.

We are invested in ensuring a bright future for a diverse, dynamic, inclusive Jewish people deeply connected to Israel and committed to making the world a better place.

To us, “Jewish” is neither a static nor insular term. While a set of core values underpins Jewish traditions, the Jewish community is a rich and constantly expanding tapestry of experiences, identities and ideas.

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We see our work as part of a virtuous cycle of young Jewish engagement that fosters global connectedness, promotes a culture of service, connects young people with Israel and welcomes all who seek to lead actively Jewish lives. 
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We are proud to support a range of programs and organizations that share our commitment to strengthening the Jewish community and the State of Israel.

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Our Initiatives

We have developed a series of programs that invest in building the capacity of individuals who demonstrate significant leadership potential. We provide participants with a suite of opportunities for learning, skills-building, professional development and networking, with a particular focus on both entrepreneurs and those who are creating change from within organizations.

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Recent News and Updates


As I was entering the fourth hour straight of a different language continuously being shouted loudly around me, I made a choice to shift my perspective. No longer was I going to focus on all that was less than perfect around me. I chose to shift my gaze to the focal point of all that has been breathtakingly life-changing.

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Feeling the Burn: An Insider's Perspective of Midburn, Israel's Version of Burning Man

“I was a part of an experience where 50,000 people lived together in complete harmony and respect and acceptance of each other. It’s really a place where each of us can be whatever he or she dreams to be and society around you accepts it and encourages you to be who you truly are. And the feeling of being part of that experience—not reading about it or watching a YouTube video, but physically being there—just became part of my DNA. I felt soaked in it.”

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A Little More Human

I can already hear people saying, "But you're their teacher. They need to respect you." Yes, I agree. But it is in my experience that respect cannot be present when you are unable to love another person for who they truly are.  The moment you are able to remember that we are all human, respect and love can flow freely, surpassing fear. 

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