• NFTY-NAR: Humans of NFTY

    Throughout the course of the weekend at NFTY-NAR’s Spring Kallah, we asked our high school seniors to share some of their thoughts around what it means to be a “Human of NFTY.” Below are three responses from Barak Stockler, Jen Gordon and Jared Fischer, who are members at Congregation Kol Ami in White Plains, NY.

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  • NFTY-SAR: Never Forget These Years

    How can you sum up all the feelings that you have about NFTY. I find that to be an impossible task.

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  • NFTY-GER: Strength Found in Will

    This portion has weighed heavily on me. At first glance, we are faced with themes of ostracizing and isolation, embarrassment and shame.

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  • NFTY-TOR: See You At Spring Kallah!

    "You can go to services to feel Jewish. You go to NFTY events to feel included." This past weekend at Greene Family Camp, NFTY-TOR led an amazing 6-8th grade event.

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  • NFTY-TOR: Winter Conclave Shmooze

    This month, TOR's enjoying its second TYG-hosted event of the year, Winter Conclave in Houston. Because events are even more special when a host TYG like BIFTY puts on an amazing event, the regional board remembered its favorite memories from Conclaves.

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  • NFTY-SO: Keep Moving

    Look around. For every step forward, a privilege is recognized, and for every step back we acknowledge a challenge that not everyone faces that makes our road to success bumpy.

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  • NFTY-NAR: We Made Services for the Community at NFTY-NAR’s Fall Kallah

    And I left them with a message, for that service, for that Kallah, and for their life: despite your tears and your sympathy, do not let these stories let you lose hope. This community around you will enable you to make a difference.

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  • The Gift of NFTY

    One of my favorite parts of NFTY-NE's December Institute is always the talent show senior auction. In between acts, various seniors will auction themselves off, offering an original song or shopping trip or something like that, and all of the money raised goes to the scholarship fund.

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