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.
Theodore Perlman, a Chicago-based philanthropist, industrialist and founder of the HAVI Group, pledged to donate the sum to launch the Anita M. Perlman Women’s Leadership Initiative.
More than 120 teens from the BBYO North Texas Oklahoma region gathered with more than 3,000 Jewish teens from around the world at the organization’s International Convention in Denver over President’s Day weekend
Thousands of teens from around the world were energized to take action and make a difference. Pittsburgher Kaylee Werner has already begun.
Austin BBYO teen Emily Kolodney has been elected the organization’s 75th International N’siah at the organization’s International Convention in Denver, Colorado.
Pulling off a five-day gathering in a sprawling convention center with hundreds of speakers at plenary and breakout sessions is no easy feat.