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My Team Israel Softball Story

Riley Most

Riley Most

Hi, my name is Riley Most and I am your average teenage girl who fell in love with the game of softball, around eight years old! By the time I was nine, I was playing competitively. Softball has been the backbone of teaching me so many valuable lessons including teamwork, the value of hardwork, respect for the game, and respecting others. I wouldn't be who I am today without the game of softball. This past December, I had the opportunity to try out for the Israel National Softball team and made it! What an honor it was to even try out, but when I made it, I could not be more proud of my Jewish identity and my softball skills. I attended a Jewish Elementary School, and I learned from an early age how important Judaism is to me and how important Israel is to the Jewish people. Being fortunate enough to attend that school built a foundation in me that I am so proud of and has also made me who I am today. Being a part of this team would mean the world to me because I would get to play with a team of all Jewish girls, which I have never done before. We were and continue to be shaken by the events that occured on October 7, and being able to represent Israel means more now than it ever could mean. In order to play on the 15u National team in Prague this summer, I have to become a dual citizen. All of this costs a lot of money. I am trying to raise money to help fulfill one of my biggest dreams I've had since I was a little girl. With your help, we are one step closer to having an Israel softball team in the Olympics in the year 2028.

However, we need your help!  Your generous contribution will help advance Jewish National Fund's support for Team Israel as we pursue our dream of competing in the Olympics. 

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