Birthright Israel Expands Eligibility, Opens 2014 Registration

birthrightTaglit-Birthright Israel has just announced that they are no longer disqualifying those who participated in an Israel experience program prior to the age of 18. This means you can now go with friends who have been on an organized trip to Israel when they were 0-17 years old through their school, camp, or youth summer program.  As always, you must be between 18 and 26 years of age to qualify for the free ten-day trip to Israel.

There are many options for trips this summer, and Birthright has just opened registration for North America.  JEWISHColorado has organized a Colorado bus; more information about this option is available from YAD Senior Manager Marisa Ellman at 303-316-6494 or mellman@jewishcolorado.org

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