Inspiring Jewish youth to give of themselves.. .
May 2015
Dear Friends,

From fundraising, to philanthropy to blogging and more, Areyvut has been making major waves in the local press this past month.  With so much buzz...we'd love for you to get in on the action! Take a peek at our media coverage and upcoming events below to see how you can get involved in Areyvut programming and make a change in the world.  To learn more about these special moments, email or call 201-244-6702.

Highlights: Fourth Annual Breakfast

Last month, Areyvut held its Fourth Annual Breakfast honoring Becky Troodler with the Community Leadership Award and Matthew and Jessica Lish with the Young Leadership Award.

We had a wonderful time celebrating in the honorees achievements while enjoying a delicious breakfast and watching video presentations. 

If you weren't able to join us at the Breakfast (or even if you were!), feel free to watch the video presentations that highlight our three honorees. 

March With Us! Celebrate Israel Parade


Join the Areyvut Mitzvah Clowns as we march down 5th Avenue at this year's Celebrate Israel Parade.  We will be gathering on 5th Avenue between 52nd and 53rd starting at 11 am and will start marching at 11:30.  Marching takes around 45 minutes and it's lots of fun!

elatives and friends -4th grade and up- are invited to join us and march in clown gear.  We are happy to provide hats and supplies to anyone who requests them by Friday, May 22nd at noon. 


If you are able to join us, please let me know by emailing or calling 201-244-6702

        Israel Chesed Challenge at RYNJ

On Yom HaAtzmaut, Areyvut had the pleasure of organizing, facilitating and implementing a n Israel Chesed Challenge for the Middle School students at RYNJ.


The program engaged more than 300 students in an interactive educational program, teaching them about Israeli needs and nonprofit organizations. Organizations the students learned about included Zichron Menachem, Leket Israel, One Famnily Fund, IDF Rabbinate, Save a Child's Heart, Yad Sarah, Yad Eliezer, Shalva.

Please enjoy the following video that highlights how the students celebrated a very special Yom HaAtzmaut.


Over the past two months, the local press has been buzzing about Areyvut! Check out some of our recent media placements and make sure to keep your eyes peeled for more Areyvut stories in your local newspapers!

The Jewish Link: 7th Grade Philanthropists Donate $1,000

Jewish Exponent: Philly's Yeshiva Lab School Names Founding Principal Local Jewish Groups Participate in Community Service Day

Jewish Standard: Becky Troodler is Areyvut Honoree

5 Towns Jewish Times: Remarkable Teens Receive Leadership Award

Want to get involved in Areyvut? Consider these opportunities:

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Friday, May 15, 2015

Sunday, May 17, 2015
Greenwich JCC Teen Philanthropy
Sunday, May 17, 2015

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Celebrate Israel Parade
Sunday, May 31, 2015

About Areyvut
Areyvut's mission is to infuse the lives of Jewish youth and teens with the core Jewish values of chesed (kindness), tzedakah (charity), and tikkun olam (social action), so that they become thoughtful, giving members of the Jewish community of tomorrow.

We offer day schools, congregational schools, synagogues, community centers and individual families with a variety of opportunities to help them make these core values real and meaningful to their children.
Photos of the Month
Preparing for Red Nose Day in the Areyvut Office
Areyvut partners with The Teaneck Doghouse to give customers a special discount while raising funds for the organization
  Yeshivat Noam's 7th grade H.O.P.E. participants donate $1,000 to Vision For and From Children