Video credit: The iCenter By Jill Weber Smith Israel was always an aspirational concept. And because brave people, some of whom had nothing to lose and some of whom had everything to lose, dared to dream the seemingly impossible, Israel became a reality. The diverse … [Read more...] about Israel was Always an Aspirational Concept
By Shawna Goodman Sone For years, campers' parents have reported that when their children return home from camp, they are more caring, understand the importance of giving, are more equipped to stand up for what they know is right, and are willing to be more responsible. These … [Read more...] about Changing the Paradigm of Summer Camp in Israel
By Elie Klein For more than a decade, the Jewish world has known February by a different name: Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM). What began as a grassroots campaign spotlighting the importance of disability inclusion in Jewish spaces transformed into an … [Read more...] about Heightened Humanity: JDAIM Reflections of Disability Volunteers
By Jonathan Mirvis The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Melton Centre for Jewish education will launch the Melton Fellows Program in the forthcoming academic year. This program will comprise two tracks: Jewish thought and its application to education; Social … [Read more...] about Social Entrepreneurship in Jewish Education at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The clientele don’t come just for the food, but to support young people with disabilities as they work to learn a trade and be empowered to support themselves someday.
By Deborah Fineblum
(JNS) It only happens once a month, so you’ll want to mark your calendar well in … [Read more...] about Belly-Filling, Heart-Warming:
An Evening in Jerusalem’s Yachad Cafe