Ma’alot Israel Education and Advocacy grants are a joint project of the USCJ Israel Committee and Nefesh B’Nefesh
The Israel Committee of United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism is excited to announce the recipients of grants in the sixth year of our Ma’alot program aimed at involving kehillot (sacred communities) in the process of deepening their connection with Israel. The purpose of the grants is to expose members of the USCJ community to opportunities that promote Israel education, engagement and advocacy.
We wish a mazal tov to the 2014-2015 grant recipients:
Temple Beth Am; Los Angeles, CA
Congregation Kol Emeth; Palo Alto, CA
Congregation Beth Ami; Santa Rosa, CA
Congregation Shaarei Kodesh; Boca Raton, FL
Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation; Orlando, FL
CHUSY Region USY; Northbrook, IL
Temple Israel; Natick, MA
Temple Aliyah; Needham, MA
Temple Beth El; Springfield, MA
JCC Harrison; Harrison, NY
Congregation Beth Torah; Richardson, TX
To review previous Ma'alot-grant-winning programs, click on the years below.
The USCJ Israel Committee would like
to thank our Strategic Partner, Nefesh B’Nefesh, for their continuing support of
this wonderful program.
For more information about Nefesh B'Nefesh and the other fine programs of the Israel Committee, please contact Morey Schapira or Rabbi Paul Freedman, the professional staff who support our Committee.
USCJ Israel Committee