• NFTY Celebrates Marriage Equality

    Today the United States Supreme Court made clear that the Constitution both allows same sex couples to marry and requires all states to recognize all marriages performed in other states. It is a day many of us long prayed for, but were not sure if we would ever see it happen.

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  • NFTY Mechina 2015

    In June 2015, NFTY teen leaders gathered at URJ Kutz Camp for a weekend of creative worship services, cross-continental networking, and lively discussions. Take a look at their experience through their eyes:.

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  • NFTY supports the Charleston Community

    This week, NFTY’s network of Social Action Vice Presidents, from around the country and Canada, convened in Washington, D. .

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  • NFTYites #WearingOrange

    On June 2, 2015, NFTYites came together in wearing orange in support of National Gun Violence Awareness Day, along with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and Everytown For Gun Safety.

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  • NFTY-RCVP: Finding Family in Boise

    On Friday night, NFTY NW prayed with the local congregants and the awesome Rabbi Dan Fink. It was apparent that from the second NFTYites stepped foot into the synagogue the CABI community was rejuvenated The Jews in southwestern Idaho are, for the most part, not teenagers.

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  • Headlines from NFTY’s 75th Year

    As NFTY's 75th year comes to a close, we find our Movement at a crucial moment in time. While we honor our rich history, we also look toward our vibrant future with much anticipation, joy, and excitement.

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  • NFTY-PAR: As Jews We Hold On To Hope

    Hope can get complicated in our modern world. What are we supposed to hope for.

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  • #ThrowbackThursday: NEL, NAR, NE, NW, SO, OV, PAR, SAR Fall!

    Eight, count 'em, EIGHT NFTY regions celebrated fall events this weekend, the most so far in one weekend this year. You will not want to miss out on the fun!.

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  • NFTY-RCVP: A Reflection and a Thank-You to NFTY Northeast

    The event was wonderful. The board did a great job, I loved being able to meet the participants, whether it was one new songleader from a recently disengaged youth group, AISH, the two boys from Concord, NH, or the well-known Presidents of larger TYGs.

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  • Exploring the Situation in Israel

    Is your Facebook feed full of mixed facts and opinions on the situation in Israel and Gaza, and you’re not really sure what to think.  Take a look at the last week’s Webinar and Q and A session discussing the situation:     [soundcloud url=”https://api.

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