By Brad Gottschalk
Although school holidays are over, the leftover buzz from Machaneh can still be felt! Whether chilling on the beach, winning the soccer tournament, beading in the Zula, or engaging in peulot, It’s clear that Machaneh Idan Ha’Plia is one for the books.
The world of kids and teenagers is more complex than ever. On Machaneh, we are given the space to safely engage with the issues we face. In a new Israel, hurt deeply by war and a hostage crisis. It is more important than ever for Jewish kids to come together. And more so, to have an informal space to speak about and engage with these topics and take agency for change.
We are excited for the upcoming year – planning with full speed all of our awesome year-round programmes. Mini Machanot on the campsite, Shorashim in Israel, and insane activities in Cape Town… we can’t wait to see you all again!
Keep up to date!
Habonim: website: Habonim Dror SA, Facebook HabonimSA
Netzer: website: Netzer.org.za, Instagram netzer_southafrica
Bnei Akiva: website: Beni Akiva South Africa, Facebook Bnei Akiva Cape Town
SAUJS Western Cape: Facebook @SAUJS, Instagram @saujs_westerncape
Diller Teen Fellows: website: Diller Teen Fellows , Facebook Diller Teen Fellows, Instagram @diller.capetown
Find the SA Zionist Federation – Cape Council online:
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, www.sazfcape.co.za
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