Brian Innenberg, a Cleveland native who grew up in South Euclid, has returned to serve as regional director of BBYO’s Ohio Northern Region.
The local BBYO chapters of Abba Godol AZA and Kadimah BBG are participating in “Can-Tribute,” a food drive partnership between BBYO and DoSome thing.org.
BBYO and DoSomething.org announce the launch of “Can-Tribute,” a campaign that will rally Jewish youth across the country to fight poverty in their local community through a food collection drive.
On Sept.19, Waldflowers BBG (B'nai B'rith Girls) hosted the first Shabbat dinner of the fall term.
BBYO teens around the world had been waiting with great anticipation for the morning of Sept. 30, when online registration opened for the organization’s largest convention of the year — the International Convention.
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BBYO is pleased to announce the awarding of a grant of $3.9 Million by the Maimonides Fund.
BBYO hosts International Convention (IC) 2018 February 15–19, one of the largest and most iconic teen cultural events in the world
Over the past ten years, Jewish communities have embraced JDAIM, Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month, during the month of February.
From teens bonding with their regional brothers and sisters to competitions between the chapters, it is a week filled with memories, fun and spirit in Michigan region
Kara Frank remembers her days in the BBYO youth movement — the trips to conventions, sneaking from one hotel room to the other to visit friends and staying up until 2 a.m. talking.
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