Your help is urgently needed! Ayanot Youth Village, a unique center of innovation, will be renovating its facilities in order to accommodate an exciting new program. This program will open its doors to a new professional college in cooperation with the IDF (Israel Defense Force).
Ayanot needs to begin these facilities renovations and upgrades as soon as possible. The approximate cost of the renovations to classrooms and dorms will be $120,000. NA’AMAT USA aims to raise $50,000 during their summer appeal to bring the classrooms up to the standards needed to provide this amazing opportunity.
This program will give our students a “head start” in the career of practical architecture and can help launch them into an affiliated career after serving in the IDF. Please help us meet this latest challenge. You’ve been there before and we count on your help now.
Learn to Make Rainbow Challah
NA’AMAT USA Midwest Region Presents: Learn to make Rainbow Challah with Mandy of Mandylicious! Thursday, October 27th at 5 pm PST/7 PM CST/8 PM EST! Event is $18 for NA’AMAT Members and $25 for non-members.
100 years of improving the lives of women
Watch this video to learn about the past century of Na’amat’s work in Israel and why it must continue into the foreseeable future. Working to ensure the health and financial security of women and children in Israel is essential to the mission of NA’AMAT USA. Follow the link below to learn more about our amazing scholarship recipients and how they are changing the world of academia and beyond… with the support of NA’AMAT!
HELPING WOMEN & FAMILIES IN ISRAEL THRIVE
Interview with NA’AMAT USA’s
New National Executive Director, Susan Seely
NA’AMAT held its annual scholarship awards ceremony recently to celebrate the achievements and potential of eight outstanding female doctoral candidates – four in the fields of science and four in gender-related research.
Why NA’AMAT Matters
NA’AMAT members have many reasons for joining NA’AMAT USA, from meeting new friends to helping to enrich the lives of women and families in Israel. But they all have one thing in common: they believe that NA’AMAT matters!