Israel Birthright = A FREE Trip to Israel
Hard to believe, I admit, Taglit-Birthright Israel offers the gift of a free, 10-day educational trip to Israel for Jewish young adults between the ages of 18 to 26.
Israel Birthright – An Amazing Opportunity
Birthright Israel trips are truly amazing as they make it possible for any Jew anywhere in the world to visit Israel regardless of their financial status and means.
What an amazing opportunity to solidify your Jewish identity as well as develop a lasting bond between yourself and the country and society of Israel.
- Eligible individuals must be between the ages 18 to 26, post high-school, who have neither traveled to Israel before on a peer educational trip or study program nor have lived in Israel past the age of 12.
- The goals of Birthright are to diminish the division between Israel and the Jewish communities around the world and to strengthen participants’ personal Jewish identity and connection to Jewish history and culture.
- Supported by the Israeli government, Jewish agency and private philanthropies around the world with over $400 million dollars donated each year.
- Specifically offered to those individuals who have at least one parent of recognized Jewish descent and who do not actively practice another religion.
Now that you have the facts, what are you waiting for?
REALLY! Please, If you meet these requirements and have never been to Israel. The time is NOW.
Please refer to this link at Birthright Israel for all of the remaining details and specifics on how to sign up. This is the only resource you need to get started on your FREE trip and amazing journey to Israel.
Please see my Masa Israel and Bar Mitzvah pages for more exciting Israel programs. The opportunities are there and affordable for almost anyone. The number of amazing Israel programs including birthright is astonishing.
i have met many young Jewish Americans who tell me that they have never been to Israel and I just don’t understand why with all of the opportunities available. My wife Karen took such a trip when she was 19 and has remembered the experience to this day.
Taglit (Israel Birthright in Hebrew)!