Missions

A JFNA mission is more than just a trip. It's a journey of a lifetime.  

Prime Minister's Council Mission to Paris and Israel: September 13-22, 2014  (suggested minimum). Join influential Jewish philanthropists who contribute $100,000 or more to the Federation Annual Campaign for an exclusive mission that explores the strong connection between Paris and Israel, expressed through frequent diplomatic exchanges and ongoing economic and cultural relations. Engage in frank dialogue with top political land religious leaders about current issues affecting Europe, the Middle East and the Jewish People. Experience world-class art, culture and cuisine. Deepen your understanding and find out how you can make a difference.Details

NYL Ben Gurion Society Mission to Mexico City: January 15-22, 2015
Spice up your winter with the Ben Gurion Society! From the wildly colorful Xochimilco floating gardens to the mammoth Pyramids of Teotihuacan, this mission will show you a Mexico you’ve never seen before. Stay in the heart of bustling Mexico City and experience the unique flavor of a Mexican Shabbat. Meet and dialogue with Mexican Jewish young adults, and learn about their Jewish community. Experience first-hand the incredible work of the Federation system and our partners – work your gift helps make possible. Spend your final night celebrating an extraordinary experience with a Mexican Fiesta. January just got hotter.

NWP Heart to Heart 6 Mission to Israel:  February 1-5, 2015 
Leave your high heels at home and join our intrepid group of smart, motivated women from across North America and Israel on a unique journey that will feed your soul and engage your mind. Explore, learn, and be inspired by the people we meet and the experiences we share as we travel north, south, east, and west to experience first-hand the amazing work of Federation.

King David Society Mission to China: March 9-17, 2015 (suggested minimum)
A community of philanthropists who contribute $25,000 or more, to the federation annual campaign that share a passionate concern for issues that affect the worldwide Jewish Community, and set inspiring standards in philanthropic giving will be travelling to China.  Steeped in history and rapidly emerging as a world power, today’s China is a fascinating mix of the modern and the ancient, the dazzling and the quaint. Together we’ll tour imperial palaces, climb the Great Wall and explore winding backstreets. And we’ll encounter the incredible Shanghai Jewish community—founded by Baghdadi Jews in the 1800s, a refuge for thousands fleeing the Holocaust and the Russian Revolution, and, though small, still going strong today.Details