On December 4, 2011, JFNA staff and federation professionals traveled south to Beersheva to witness the results of federation funding and the continued work being done. The three areas of the visit included:
1. The Goldberg Anchor Youth Village, a program of UIA Canada and Federation CJA of Montreal.
2. The pan-Negev 'Young Communities: Sustainable Future' program, supported by the Negev Funding Coalition of nine Federations, JAFI, the Shahaff Foundation and the Gandyr Foundation.3. UJA Federation of New York's involvement in the Kafkazi community in Beersheva, the Nahal Beka Youth Club for Kafkazi youth and JDC's 'Kelim: Tools for Success for Kavkazi-Israeli Youth' program.