Adopt A Brick

Adopt-A-Brick: Building Jewish Unity, Community and Leadership

The Brownstone Experience's New Adopt-A-Brick Campaign will help meet its demand for greater learning initiatives to serve the 50,000 eighteen to thirty-five year olds and 12.500 plus students who live in close proximity to The Brownstone. Presently, its Young Professionals, Student, Israeli, and Russian-American Divisions host exciting and meaningful programs that run the gamut from residential New York trips, Leadership and Israel Advocacy Initiatives, Alumni and Networking programs to Shabbat ...

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Support Gateways with Amazon Smile

The well-known store has started a new initiative called AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is an easy and convenient way for you to support Gateways’ vital work every time you shop, at no cost to you. By clicking on the link below you will automatically enable the Gateways Organization to receive 0.5% of the purchase price of many items in their store. As you know, Gateways is an organization whose mission is to nurture ...

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Yom Kippur In Israel

Join Gateways and the OU at the Jerusalem Gardens Hotel and Spa for an inspiring and meaningful Yom Kippur program led by Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb . The newly renovated Jerusalem Garden’s Hotel is a full service hotel and is now under supervision of OU Israel). Register now by emailing or calling 02-655-8888.

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Gateways Jerusalem Retreats

Gateways has partnered with the new Jerusalem Gardens Hotel and Spa (formerly the Leonardo Inn).  This alliance will enable us to run a myriad of unique educational and social programs and retreats that range from forums on contemporary issues, Jewish thought, relationships, and parenting to inspirational Shabbat and Jewish holiday programming. Click here to visit the Jerusalem Retreats page.

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Brownstone Russian Initiative – JDC Seminar for the FSU Jewish Educators

Russian Initiative of the Brownstone together with the American Joint Distribution Committee organized a week long seminar in May of 2012th. Nine young Jewish professional educators from Moscow, St.Petersburgh, Tyumen, Kiev, Kharkov, Odessa, Lugansk and Kishinev took part in the program. The program was designed to deliver maximum of professional information to the participants in order to arm them with the knowledge of the most innovative ideas in informal Jewish ...

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