As this is the first blog that is being linked to the e-Newsletter, I thought it might be nice to formally welcome all of the Areyvut e-Newsletter readers. This blog (as you can see) is regularly updated with thought provoking questions as well as insights into the work that we do here at Areyvut from Continue Reading »
If someone walked up to you and said he/she will give you $100 if you would promised to do something good for someone else, how would you spend that money to try and help others?
Hi guys, Today is my last day interning for Areyvut before I move back to Philly for some fun and exciting classes (yayyy school!). And what a great last day it was… First, I went through my desk and computer files. That was pretty sad. Afterward, Daniel, Yehuda and I went to a meeting at Continue Reading »
Today is Areyvut’s Blogging Birthday and first attempt at creating and maintaining a blog. We are excited about it and are totally up for the challenge. While Areyvut’s mission is to infuse Jewish youth with the core Jewish values of chesed (kindness), tzedakah (charity) and tikkun olam, we ourselves are fortunate to be getting an Continue Reading »