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Am Israel Chai!


 May 26-30 2024- Women only
July 28-August 1,2024 Rebuilding  the South in Sderot/Beeri 
August 18-22,2024 



March 10-14 2024

May 26-30 2024



Kfar Etzion, Israel

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Volunteering ,Security briefings Campfires and Achdut

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Basic Package $945 (Not available in march) 

Upgraded package $1345 

Per person at double occupancy

Single room $200/$400

Israel Solidarity Trip

The Trip that Makes it Simple to come and Volunteer!

  • Agricultural Volunteering

  • Cake Bake for Soldiers

  • Meet the soldiers who are serving in Gazza

  • Tour the Zionistic Sites of Gush Etzion

  • Experience a Musical Kumzitz (Bonfire)

  • Meet with local Residents and Learn about Muslim - Jewish Relationship

  • Communal Meals

  • Glatt Kosher
  • Davening & Minyanim & Sefer Torah

Baking for the Soldiers 

On Monday of the trip, everyone comes to my house to bake cakes for the soldiers. After a hearty home-cooked meal, a bus picks us up and we go out to deliver the cakes where the soldiers are doing guard duty. We go a little off the beaten path to where the soldiers are standing in the middle of the night in the middle of nowhere.  It is difficult to describe their expressions when we show up with the cakes.

They are thrilled and our hearts melt.


Save Israel's Agricultural Farming

The agricultural farms in Israel are an essential part of the country’s economy,  and they’ve suffered huge setbacks due to the war. There is a feeling of family and belonging as we help the farmers.Hundreds of helpers are needed every day to keep the farms running at full capacity.

Your work makes a real difference!

The work is physically demanding. 

Feel Connected,Feel Family,Experience Nationhood 

Why are we Volunteering?

*Our hearts are so open as we give to the Jewish people. 

*Our Zionism comes alive as we sink our hands into the land.

*Agricultural Volunteering is the heartbeat of our unity.


The farmers can't stop saying thank you and shaking their heads as they say. "You came all the way from the U.S. to help us! Kol HaKavod!"


Sample Itinerary

Sunday Afternoon 

*Shiur- Torah and Agriculture+ Supper+ Meeting a returning soldier from Gaza


*Volunteering at Yakov's 0nion/Garlic Farm at Moshav Tirosh

*Making cakes at Josh's house and giving out the cakes to the soldiers doing guard duty 


*Picking clementines at kibbutz naan by Nes Tziona

*Visit the memorial for the three boys+supper and free night


*Volunteering at the Tekoa mushroom/ broccoli farm

*Meet with residents about Arab-Israel relationships

*Experiencing the Kfar Etzion audio-visual presentation. There wasn't a dry eye in the room.

Musical candle-lit Kumzitz 


Check out +Volunteer planting tomatoes at Moshav Zechariah.

A tug at the heart as we say goodbye.


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