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Re-Starter Kit For Sharing Israel’s Story

Israel pros, NextGen leaders, marketing pros, and anyone who engages with young adults around Israel – we’ve got you covered! The Vibe Israel “Re-Starter Kit” enhances your digital approach to sharing Israel’s story. Graphics, videos, and sound bites are more critical than ever, so we created this kit for you to use on your social media pages and websites. These resources are designed to add authentic Israeli imagery to your content, spark an interest, and inspire your community about Israel. Join our Vibe!

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Educator’s Guide; 7 Jewish Priorities

Click here to access ready-made educational resources and activities surrounding the seven Jewish pillars. You can utilize them in any educational context from the classroom to a Shabbaton or any other experiential learning environment. The resources were developed by Unpacked for Educators, the educational division of OpenDor Media.

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A Six-Chapter Story: Chavrutah Study Guide

Please enjoy this text study guide created by the OFJCC Jewish Content Department. The guide includes Jewish texts from many eras in Jewish history that relate to this year's Z3 theme of "Shared Visions" Each text is accompanied by discussion questions. To be more involved with Jewish learning at the OFJCC, please contact Zoe Fertik at [email protected]

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Supplement to Amplifier @JFNA’s Pop-Up Giving Circle

This pop-up giving circle supplement walks you through an interactive 60-90 minute exercise to make a meaningful donation addressing a priority for the Jewish people. It’s fun and impactful! Use the supplement with [email protected]’s Pop-Up Giving Circle Tools, a tried and tested exercise in meaningful engagement, reflection, and connection to Jewish values!

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Israel For REEL™ understanding Israel and Identity through cinema

This sample activity open up the question of Israel as home for all Jewish People around the world. We explore the notions of home and what they mean for Jews around the world. Use this guide, its accompanying clips, and discussion questions to ask questions of belonging and otherness. The [email protected] team developed this resource. For more details about this activity and others like it, please reach out to [email protected]