Nefesh B’Nefesh turns immigrants into pioneers

But their wait may finally be over. The Rothschilds have been ostensibly planning their immigration to Israel since when they spent their first year of marriage in the southern town of Arad on the WUJS program. Now, after 35 years and four grown kids, including one in Israel, they just may be ready. For Susy Rothschild, the benefits of living in a small town include possibly directing a local school band, her former profession, and finding a quilting circle. It also began by offering grants to eligible immigrants, based on the philanthropic donations gathered from a group of foundations, including the Marcus Foundation, the Legacy Heritage Fund and the Irving Moskowitz Foundation. The organization raised immigration from North America to new heights — 38, in the last 12 years — and brought a range of immigrants, from singles and young couples to established families, offering an easier method for navigating the often complicated bureaucracy of immigration and absorption. They work with programs like Garin Zabar, which offers a Hebrew ulpan program to young immigrants before entering the army, hoping to encourage more young, single olim who will have an even better chance of succeeding in Israel if they join the army.

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I am ready to join the Israeli sense of purpose. Israel’e current issues gets my blood flowing. I am still investigating my options and I would appreciate any comments or suggestions. I am undecided regarding financing. Shall I start my own foundation or hook up with an established entity? I wish to reside in the disputed territory.

The Go North initiative is a special Nefesh B’Nefesh program that offers a unique and comprehensive array of services and support for Olim who make their permanent home in the North of Israel. Below is a brief description of the Go North Program, and the services and resources available to Go North Olim.

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Nefesh B’Nefesh and Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael (KKL) have launched a new joint initiative titled “Go Beyond.” The project aims to assist new Olim in maximizing the countless opportunities offered in the country’s northern and southern frontiers, as well as Jerusalem, .

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Lone Soldiers Stream to Israel in Summer of Aliyah. In a strong show of faith and solidarity with Israel, Nefesh B’Nefesh, an organization founded in to make immigration to Israel easier, is celebrating bringing approximately 2, immigrants to the Holy Land in the summer of

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Nefesh B’Nefesh is an organization that seeks to help Jews from the US, Canada and England make Aliyah successfully. Since its establishment in , it has helped more than 50, Olim make Aliyah.

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is tracked by us since April, Over the time it has been ranked as high as in the world, while most of its traffic comes from Israel, where it reached as high as 1 position.

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Jerusalem: Israeli non-profit Nefesh B’Nefesh is speaking out today to denounce published reports that every woman who made Aliyah in was named Rachel or Sarah. Or Sara. Or Rakhel. Or Rochel. Or Racheli. Anyhoo, they are not happy about that rumor and are now setting the record straight.

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