National Conference 2020 in Israel

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October 25-29, 2020

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In a never before gathering of young and old, first time visitors and veteran Israeli travelers, the 2020 Jewish National Fund National Conference will create the memory of a lifetime. This is not a mission nor is it typical of our annual conference. Rather, as you can see in the draft schedule outline below, we're going above and beyond to offer you an extraordinary experience in Israel. Come along and join us on this amazing journey!

 

REGISTRATION FEES
Early-Discounted Registration Fee - $575 (Valid September 16 - December 31, 2019)

Discounted Registration Fee - $625 (Valid January 1 - August 1, 2020)
Regular Registration Fee - $750 (Valid August 1 - October 5, 2020)

JNFuture Sabra Rate - (Under 40 and $360+ gift to the 2021 Campaign) - $300

JNFuture Root Society Member (Under 40 and $1,000+ gift to the 2021 Campaign) - $180

College Students / Israel Gap Year - $100

For those who have made a $10,000+ gift to the 2021 campaign, Conference registration will be waived, excluding a $100 non-refundable deposit. This price is only valid for one registration. Registration for World Chairman’s Council and King Solomon Society members is complimentary after the $100 non-refundable deposit.

 

DRAFT SCHEDULE OUTLINE - IN FORMATION

Sunday

Afternoon shuk and opening evening program and dinner at EXPO Tel Aviv

 

Monday

Breakout sessions by bus through the north of Israel

Evening dinner and program at Atlit Detention Camp

 

Tuesday

Program and lunch at Ammunition Hill

Afternoon in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

 

Wednesday

Flight to Southern Israel

Breakout sessions by bus throughout the Arava

Evening dinner and program in Timna Park

 

Thursday

Breakout sessions by bus throughout the central Negev / Be'er Sheva region

Closing dinner and program at Be'er Sheva Amphitheater

 

Schedule subject to change


 
For more information, contact Amy Fass at [email protected] or 212.879.9305 x804.

 

 

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