Jewish Federation of
Greater Ann Arbor
The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor fosters Jewish communal life through the spirit of tzedakah (righteousness) and tikkun olam (social justice). The Federation’s mandate is to initiate, to coordinate and to preserve activities, which strengthen Jewish life locally, in Israel and throughout the world. The Federation was formed in 1986 when the Jewish Community Council and the United Jewish Appeal of Washtenaw County merged. Partnership 2000 is a global platform connecting some 550 communities around the world in 45 partnerships.
Partnership 2000 Community-to-Community Student Exchange: This grant supports the Student Exchange program which fosters a connection between teens in Ann Arbor and Moshav Nahalal by providing meaningful experiences together in both communities. The program consists of a ten-day visit in each community and follow-up programming designed to capitalize on the new relationships for the benefit of the teens involved as well as for the benefit of the broader community.
Photo & Video Gallery
Three participants pose for a picture during Partnership 2000’s ten-day trip to Israel.
A group of students gather around a camera during the Partnership 2000 trip to Israel.