Habo’s thriving month – from day camps to international engagement


In the past month, Habo has made significant strides, launching operations in Cape Town with a successful day camp at Rush Trampoline Park. 

The upcoming mini-Mach from the 15th to the 17th of March promises to be another exciting event, showcasing Habo’s dynamic approach to youth development. 

Expressing solidarity with hostages taken on October 7th, the Sea Point Promenade in Cape Town now bears yellow ribbons and a powerful message, “Bring them home.” 

In a global engagement initiative, a cohort of Maddrichim has been actively involved in Israel, visiting affected communities, engaging with politicians, and immersing themselves in the diverse experiences the country offers. 

Habo continues to evolve, leaving an indelible mark on communities both locally and globally.

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

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