Last week, the findings of GenZ Now, the largest study of Jewish teens of its kind with over 17,500 participants, were released.
Theodore F. Perlman remembers his mother as the first feminist in the Jewish organizational world. She was the national founder in 1944 of B’nai B’rith Girls, a division of BBYO, now called BBG since its split from B’nai B’rith International.
A day of local Muslim and Jewish girls volunteering together became a time of sharing and getting to know one another.
More than 60 teens from Arizona attended BBYO’s 95th International Convention in Denver, which hosted more than 3,000 teens from across the U.S. and dozens of countries
A $25 million gift recently pledged by Chicago industrialist Ted Perlman and his wife Harriette to the international Jewish teen organization BBYO is by far the single largest donation that the venerable youth group has ever received.
A global Jewish youth organization has received one of the largest single gifts in recent Jewish organizational history — $25 million to help support women in their young adult lives.
We connected with over 1,000 gamers, ran tournaments, and provided over 20 hours of free gaming during IC.
Three St. Louis-area teens are taking on major leadership roles on an international Jewish platform.
One of the most important Jewish values we’re taught is to advocate for people who need help and justice.