A B'nai Mitzvah celebration is one of the most joyous occasions and an important milestone in a Jewish child's life.
Your child can learn the values of tzedakah and tikkun olam and make a difference in Israel by fundraising for a Jewish National Fund-USA project for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah. They simply choose from one of the projects below and get started!
Provides therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with disabilities. Project idea: Raise funds by hosting a horseback riding party.
Uses science and technology to improve the lives of Israelis. Initiatives include water management, sustinable development, agriculture, renewable energy, and more. Project idea: Arrange a community bike ride.
Special in Uniform
Enables individuals with special needs the chance to train and serve on IDF bases across Israel. Project idea: Create an obstacle course and hold a competition to complete it.
ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran
Serves 140 permanent residents with special needs and disabilities through medical care and long-term therapies. Project idea: Make friendship bracelets to promote unity and acceptance.
Make Israel accessible for those with disabilities through education, outdoor activities, and trainings. Project idea: Raise funds by organizing a hike.
Sderot Indoor Recreation Center
Doubling as a bomb shelter, this indoor playground keeps children living near the Gaza border under constant threat of rocket attack safe while they play. Project idea: In the spirit of play, host a carnival for neighborhood children to raise funds for this project.
Fire and Rescue Services
Equips first responders in Israel with the supplies they need to fight terrorist attacks, fire, and accidents. Project idea: Tour a local fire station or invite firefighters to present to your class.
Brings baseball to Israel by building neighborhood coaching to Israeli kids. Project idea: Raise funds by organizing a baseball tournament; have participants get sponsored for each single, double, and triple home run.