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Amazing Opportunity for Jewish Teens: B’nai Tzedek

Attention 11 – 18 year olds: Do you want to change the world? With the help of CAJE, Jewish Community Foundation and B’nai Tzedek you can!

B’nai Tzedek is a community program that enables Jewish youth to change the world one dollar at a time! Teens care deeply about issues affecting our global communities, like world hunger, the environment, genocide and disaster relief. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to become the next generation of Jewish philanthropists and make a real difference in our community and our world.

The steps are easy:

Open a personal endowment account for $125.00
Jewish Community Foundation donates $375.00
so your account has a total of $500.00 dollars.

At the end of each school year you can donate 5% of the money in your account to a Jewish Charity of your choice.

When you sign up, you become a member of the B’nai Tzedek Club which does fun activities through the year. This is great for upcoming bar/bat mitzvah projects and college resumes!  For more information, contact Chava Vidal by e-mailing cvidal@caje-co.org.

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