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The Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) has represented Jewish students on campus across Australia and New Zealand since 1948. Each year they organise hundreds of social and political events on and off campus, host a Political Training Seminar in Canberra, run a number of programs to Israel and around the world and provide Jewish students with useful educational resources.
ENCOUNTERS@SHALOM is the education department of The Shalom Institute. Encounters offers a variety of quality educational and cultural programs for adults of all ages from across the entire community. Our courses and events reflect the dynamism and diversity of our heritage and community.
Hagshama Australia works to support young adults from around Australia to fulfill their Zionism beliefs via a dynamic range of social, educational and cultural Israel inspired events. Our activities are for attendees aged 18-39. Hagshama is a non-profit body, operating under the Department for Diaspora Activities of the World Zionist Organisation and has been running events in Australia since 1999.
provides Jewish university aged young adults with leadership development, support and a space for grass roots initiative that connect students to Jewish life that inspires.
Who exactly are we? A big word in the Jewish community and a household name for young adults between the ages of 20-39 living in Sydney (and around the world – but we don’t like to boast). We’re a young adult division of The Shalom Institute – a constituent organisation of the JCA. But what do we actually do? Good question. We’re so glad you asked. Network is just that – a Networking organisation that offers a way for Jewish young adults to stay active and connected in our community. From social to cultural, education to spiritual, no matter what your taste, we’ve got you covered. We have a fresh and interactive website, opportunities for volunteering, a Professional Women’s Forum, a revamped dating website and even an incredibly successful mother’s group. As we’re a pluralistic and apolitical organisation, whatever life-stage you’re at or however you like to express you’re Jewish identity, Network’s got something for you. We do ‘Jew’ – and we do it well.
Shalom Baby connects parents and children (0-3 years) the the Sydney Jewish community, offering friendship, support and activities. Shalom PREGGY, Shalom BABY and Shalom TOTS - we connect you along your journey of parenthood..www.shalombaby.com.au for more.
The PJ Library ("pj" for pyjamas) program offers the gift of free, high quality Jewish books and music each month to children ages 6 months through to 6 years across NSW and the ACT. PJ Library books celebrate important aspects of Jewish culture, values and traditions, and become cherished bedtime stories. PJ Library is a gift from your Jewish community (The JCA & The Shalom Institute) in partnership with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. To sign up for PJ Library visit www.pjlibrary.org.au.
Young Adult Chabad provides Sydney's Jewish Young Adults and University Students with an array of social, religious and educational services including Shabbat services and dinners, Sunday morning Hebrew Cafe and in-depth learning at the international Jewish Learning Institute with Rabbi Eli Feldman.
In addition university students can enjoy various topical services on campus. G.N.O (Girls Night Out) is a regular program which provides an opportunity for girls to socialise and meet new friends, Tuesday weekly class on Talmud by Mr Jonathon Rona.
Young Adult Chabad holds various services during the Jewish holidays. Some of these include Chanukah at a popular Bar, Purim Cruise, Communal Pesach Sedorim, Lag Ba'omer BBQ, Beer and Blintzes on Shavuot, Tu B'av Love Festival, High Holiday Events and Dancing the night away on Simchat Torah.
For more information and to keep up to date on the latest, check us out: www.YoungAdultChabad.org, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Save a life by joining the Gift of Life Australia program!
Leukaemia and other cancer patients can be cured by having their sick blood cells replaced by matching healthy ones. 1 in 3 will find someone matching in their family but the other 70% need to look on the unrelated worldwide Donor Registries.
A Jewish patient will only find a match within the Jewish community, even then, the chance is only 1 in 10 000.
Will you be the one to save a life?
You need to be healthy, 18-45 years old, 50+kg and neither pregnant nor breastfeeding and either give a 2 teaspoon blood sample or donate blood.
Gift of Life Australia holds testing sessions by appointment on Sunday mornings at Wolper Jewish Hospital, Woollahra and at various community events.
Call Shula 0414 780 444 or email@example.com www.giftoflife.org.au