In the Paths of inspiring Jewish Women
There are so many role models to choose from - and so many fun ways to learn about them! Tend sheep like Rachel and Rebecca; Hike the Tabor like Deborah; Find Miriam's Well by the Sea of the Galilee; Dress up like Donna Gracia; Discover pioneering like Rachel the poetess; Support childrens' institutions like Henrietta Szold, Participate in a short basic training exercise at an army base where most of the commanders are women, and more.
In the Paths of Inspiring Jewish Men
So many male role models have had an impact on the Jewish people. Try passing the test of Gideon the Judge; Follow Elijah to the Carmel; Tend sheep and ride donkeys like the Patriarchs; Study Maimonides in Tiberias; Pioneer with A.D. Gordon at Deganya; Find the oak tree that gave Yigal Alon his name; Visit combat soldiers protecting Israel's borders, and more.
Bat/Bar Mitzvah Projects
Israel Paths and People will help you plan and execute a Bar/Bat Mitzvah project. Raise money for an institution of your choice or visit various programs - each aimed at making Israel a better place - and bring your findings back to your community. Create a walk–a-thon or hike-a-thon of your own. Spend a day pursuing your own interests: animals, dance, art and sports are just some examples. We will work with you to create a meaningful experience that is tailored to your child and your family.
Tikkun Olam – Fixing the World
There are so many ways one can make the world a better place. Join activities of local organizations, pick food for the needy in the Jezereel Valley, visit kennels for guide dogs, Plant trees in a JNF forest and more.
What's in a Name?
Your name, birthday and family story could be the makings for an inspiring Bat/ Bar Mitzvah adventure.
What's Your Favorite Mitzvah?
Q. What do saving sea turtles, seeing how a shofar is made, visiting a courtroom,volenteering in a soup kitchen have in common?
A. Mitzvahs. holy deeds, are part of every facet of our life. We create with each family a mitzvah day where we explore your favorite mitzvah. Your own hobbies and interests are transformed into a fun and meaningful Mitzvah Day.