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Interested in meeting new people or hanging out with friends while giving back?YAD hosts several opportunities throughout the year to come together and participate in hands-on community service projects.YAD volunteers and staff work in partnership to plan programs and events in six main areas: YAD plans programs and events for both the 5 and Ben Gurion Society* (

Interested in meeting new people or hanging out with friends while giving back?YAD hosts several opportunities throughout the year to come together and participate in hands-on community service projects.YAD volunteers and staff work in partnership to plan programs and events in six main areas: YAD plans programs and events for both the $365 and Ben Gurion Society* ($1,000 ) giving levels.Past events have included Shabbat Dinners, Wine Tours in Napa and Sonoma, and Neighborhood Food Tours around San Francisco.

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Interested in meeting new people or hanging out with friends while giving back?

YAD hosts several opportunities throughout the year to come together and participate in hands-on community service projects.

YAD volunteers and staff work in partnership to plan programs and events in six main areas: YAD plans programs and events for both the $365 and Ben Gurion Society* ($1,000 ) giving levels.

Past events have included Shabbat Dinners, Wine Tours in Napa and Sonoma, and Neighborhood Food Tours around San Francisco.

Latke Ball is YAD’s annual young adult dance party, held every December 24.

Tribe Quest is YAD’s annual flagship social and educational series, created for those who are new to the Bay Area or interested in becoming more involved in the Jewish community.

Tell us about yourself and your Birthright experience!

,000 ) giving levels.Past events have included Shabbat Dinners, Wine Tours in Napa and Sonoma, and Neighborhood Food Tours around San Francisco.

Over 350,000 Jews from around the world have gone on a Birthright trip – it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity not to be missed!

The Young Adult Division (YAD) of the Federation offers young Jewish adults (ages 22-40) a broad range of social, educational, outreach, philanthropic, and leadership development activities.

The primary focus of YAD is to develop a vigorous and vibrant local community of young Jewish adults, to engage and develop future volunteer leaders, and to raise funds to support the neediest within the local, national, and international Jewish community.

Fellows work with a programming budget from the Birthright office to create fun activities for their bus mates and friends, and get to meet innovative Jewish leaders in our community.

The Federation’s SF community trip bus staff nominates participants, so let your staff know if you’re interested!

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