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Federation of Atlanta Stories – Part I

Next, allow us to introduce you to one of our final partners in our local initiative – @JewishATL! • For more than a century, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta has been one of the main philanthropic bodies of the Atlanta Jewish community. The Federation has evolved from being primarily a fundraising organization to the convener […]

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Betar Stories – Part I

For today, we’ll be introducing you all to a youth movement that has held strong since 1923 – @betaraustralia and Betar Italy! • The Betar Movement is one of the oldest remaining Zionist youth movements, started by Ze’ev Jabotinsky in Riga, Latvia, 1923. The Movement has firm beliefs in building an exemplary society in Israel […]

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The Family Store Stories – Part I

Next up, we have an organization doing other amazing good deeds in Canada – @tfsmtl • The Family Store is a Montreal-based subsidized grocery warehouse serving hundreds of families with nutritional and household products. A collaborative project of the Chai Center and Montreal Torah Center, The Family Store uses volunteers and public donations to help […]

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Chabad Guatemala Stories – Part I

Today, meet Chabad Guatemala. • Chabad affiliated organizations and institutions number in the thousands. Chabad is a Hasidic movement, a branch of Orthodox Judaism. The organizations and institutions associated with the movement provide social, educational, and religious services to Jews around the globe. This branch, Chabad Guatemala, is a nonprofit organization that exists in the […]

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Hillel Stories – Part I

We start-off this week by introducing you to Hillel International. Hillel is the largest Jewish campus organization in the world, working with thousands of college students globally. Hillel is represented at more than 550 colleges and communities throughout North America and globally, including 30 communities in the former Soviet Union, nine in Israel, and five […]

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Le’Oro Nelech Stories – Part I

Next up, we’re introducing another one of our Local Initiative partners – @nelech.leoro! Le’Oro Nelech is a volunteering center, working on instilling and strengthening values of mutual responsibility in Israeli Society. Operating in hundreds of state and state religious highschools, along with other educational systems, Le’Oro Nelech aims to spread the Jewish value of Hesed […]

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Hashomer Hatzair Stories – Part I

Today we would like to introduce you to Hashomer Hatzair. Hashomer Hatzair is the oldest surviving zionist youth movement, operating internationally with over 7,000 members overseas from Israel, Canada, USA, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, France and Italy. The branches in Europe, France and Italy, will be joining Shalom Corps’ Local Initiative in 2021, […]

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Our Big Kitchen Stories – Part I

We’re starting off the new month by introducing you to @ourbigkitchen! • A community-run industrial kitchen, Our Big Kitchen is a volunteer organization helping prepare and distribute fresh meals to over 80,000 disadvantaged Australians across Sydney. OBK believes in the power of giving through doing good to others, and believes that making food is a […]

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JCC Chicago Stories – Part I

We are starting this week by introducing you to JCC Chicago • JCC Chicago is deeply committed to community service. Every year, teens across the agency volunteer through a myriad of program, supporting food banks, feeding their community and connecting with seniors. While they have many role models, the JCC Chicago Women’s Board is the […]

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Cadena Stories – Part I

The Cadena Foundation is a Jewish non-profit, non-governmental organization specializing in the prevention of and assistance during emergencies around the planet, helping directly the affected communities. The Foundation is built around the Tikkun Olam values, which talk about surpassing indifference and taking responsibility whenever possible. Their views preach viewing the entirety of mankind as one […]

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TenYad Brasil Stories – Part I

To finalize this week, we would like to introduce you to @tenyadbrasil. • Ten Yad has been working for the defense and guarantee of social rights for over 25 years, with people in a situation of social vulnerability, particularly hunger, in São Paulo, Brazil. The organization was founded in 1992 and it currently distributes more […]

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BBYO Stories – Part I

Today, we would like to introduce our followers to another one of our partners in the Local Initiative: @bbyoinsider . Below, we share the testimonial of Rebecca M., Orlando Project Leader, about her experience with BBYO, specially the celebration of the International Day of Jewish Youth Service (J-Serve). • Since 2005, J-Serve has provided teens […]

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Zikaron BaSalon Stories – Part I

This week, we would like to introduce you to another one of the organizations in our Local Model: Zikaron BaSalon Europe. Zikaron BaSalon is a social initiative which centers around the Israeli Holocaust Memorial Day and around various other dates around the world. Literally meaning “remembrance in the living room” in Hebrew, the idea was […]

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OneDay Stories – Part I

Shavua tov everyone! This week, we invited the amazing Elad Blumental, from OneDay Social Volunteering to give his testimonial about Jewish Service and to share his take on doing good. “Did you know that a few years ago doctors started giving their patients prescriptions for volunteering after it was proven that it reduces the risk […]

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Gabriel Project Mumbai Stories – Part I

This week, GPM held lots of incredible activities in Mumbai, India. GPM told Shalom Corps that international and local Indian Jewish volunteers organized a fun lesson for the children attending the GPM school at the local Mumbai JDC and took children from the slums on a ‘Sunday Funday’ filled with fun and activities, including a […]

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Orthodox Union Stories – Part I

In the past few months, OU-NCSY Teen Relief Missions have run many local programs for different NCSY chapters. They had multiple groups from the tristate area working with Habitat for Humanity to help rebuild the home of James Hodge in Long Beach. In Cincinnati, OU-NCSY had a group participating in Kosher Troops, sending care packages […]

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