This page is the portal for all things Israel. Do you want to spend a year in Israel after college, volunteer in Israel, or take a family trip? Check out the Israel Resources section. If you want to get involved with Israeli culture right here in Asheville check out the JCC’s Israel events. For daily news in Israel, see the Jerusalem Post Newsfeed below.
“A View from Jerusalem” is a blog written by JCCA VP of the Israel Center, Leah Garber. Garber shares her insight and a direct view into her perspective.
Birthright Israel provides the gift of an educational trip to Israel for Jewish young adults ages 18 to 26 from around the world who have never been on a peer trip to Israel.
Masa Israel Journey connects Jewish young adults (ages 18-30) to gap year, study abroad, post-college, and volunteer programs.
The Jewish National Fund performs groundbreaking work to develop the land of Israel through a variety of multifaceted environmental initiatives.
The Israel Forever Foundation is an Israel Engagement organization that develops, supports, and promotes experiential learning opportunities to celebrate and strengthen the personal connection to Israel.
A portal for Tikkun Olam & Social Justice programs in Israel including gap year programs, post collegiate programs, visits, and tours.
The Lone Soldiers program supports Israeli soldiers whose parents do not reside in Israel or soldiers whose families live in Israel but do not support them. The Lone Soldier Center, created in memory of Michael Levin, helps Lone Soldiers before, during and after their service. Programs include: Advising, Shabbat & Holiday Meals, Furniture & Appliances, Basic Needs Items (backpacks, toiletries, etc.) Drafts, Fun Days & Ceremonies, and Social & Educational Events.