A grant from the Jewish Youth Fund enabled Habonim Dror to improve the content of their pre-camp training and to extend it from six to nine days.
A grant from the Jewish Youth Fund contributed to the costs of the Chalutz Pre-Camp training run by RSY-Netser in Wales in Summer 2015 for all their madrichim.
A grant from the Jewish Youth Fund contributed to the costs of running a nine day non-residential summer camp programme for children with life limiting and changing problems, who would not be able to attend any regular camp. There were outings to London Eye, Odds Farm and Gullivers World. Activities included cookery, arts and crafts and lego. The grand finale was an outing to Drayton Manor Theme Park where London children were joined by children from Manchester and Leeds.
With the assistance of the Jewish Youth Fund, the UK Task Force published tailored on-line materials on issues relating to the Arab citizens of Israel for seven youth movements: Bnei Akiva, BBYO, FZY, Habonim Dror, LJY Netzer, Noam & RSY- Netser. The youth movements were actively in engaged in compiling the resources and were trained as to how best to use them. It is interesting to note that there were 290 clicks on to these materials between launch on 15 August 2015 and 30 September 2015. The design of these materials is such that they can be replaced easily as open architecture has been used.
Thanks to the Jewish Youth Fund the JLGB has been able to provide nationally accredited leadership training and personal development weekends for its 14-18 year old membership across the UK. Over 120 JLGBers benefited from this JYF grant gaining them vital transferable life skills and the chance enhance their CV with accredited National Open College Network (NOCN) modules which included: leadership, communication and team work; motivational and presentation skills, social action and Jewish Identity
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The Jewish Youth Fund and Oxford & St Georges jointly funded the construction and equipping of a music recording studio for the Boys Clubhouse.