Many thanks to everyone in South Florida who introduced Yemin Orde to their community and hosted programs for our special guests from Israel: Susan Weijel, Deputy Director, Yemin Orde Youth Village and Village Way Educational Initiatives, and Nofar Getanech Desta, Yemin Orde graduate and attorney in Haifa.
A warm South Florida welcome
Susan and Nofar shared stories from the Village and discussed how the Village Way methodology is helping transform the lives of so many of Israel’s at-risk children.
In the Palm Beach Gardens area, Michael Azeez, ImpactIsrael Board Member, and his wife, Kathy, along with Ted and Harriette Perlman, hosted a discussion with Susan and Nofar at the Azeez home. In Boca Raton, board members Alan Cornell and Dr. Steven Rosenfeld, hosted a luncheon to introduce Yemin Orde to the St. Andrews community.
In Boca Raton, the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County hosted a breakfast for our Israeli visitors, along with Rich Steinberg, Steinberg Global Asset Management. Thanks to Temple Beth Am in Jupiter, Fla., and our friends in the Dade and Broward county areas who went out of their way to welcome Susan and Nofar and learn news from Yemin Orde. (Photo: standing, Lisa and Steve Rosenfeld. sitting, Nofar Desta, Susan Weijel, Karen Sallerson, Executive Director, ImpactIsrael.)
Yemin Orde in your community
Would you like to introduce Yemin Orde to your community? Email us at info@ImpactIsrael .org and we will help you with scheduling and arrangements. Click here to read how you can help spread the word about Yemin Orde Youth Village and Village Way Educational Initiatives.