The mission of the Charleston, South Carolina Jewish Federation is to build, strengthen, and preserve Jewish identity and the needs of the community through partnerships that enable us to serve the needs of our local Jewish community, Israel, and worldwide...more
The Charleston and Savannah Jewish communities join together to build a bridge to each other, and to Israel.
Walk in the footsteps of our forefathers in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Haifa, Caesarea, and Zichron. Meet Lone Soldiers of the IDF, work in a soup kitchen in Jerusalem, sip fine wines from the original Carmel Winery, and pay homage to the memories of those who perished in The Holocaust at Yad Vashem. Enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds at The Shuk as all of Israel prepares for Shabbat. All of this, and more, while connecting with members of the Charleston and Savannah Jewish communities.
Land costs for the trip amount to $3,205 per person; excludes airfare, tips, surplus luggage charges, hotel upgrades, guests at meals, and medic/guard package. Airfare can be arranged independently, or coordinated with the Federation directly from Charleston to Tel Aviv on United Airlines; roundtrip coach airfare on United Airlines is $1,700 per person.
Contact Judi Corsaro at email@example.com or 843.614.6600 with questions or to reserve your spot on the 2013 trip. Limited space is available, don’t miss this opportunity!
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Did you know that just $5 equals 1 nutritious meal? The Charleston Jewish Community Kosher Food Pantry is our Jewish communal response to hunger in Charleston and reflects our commitment to the Jewish values of Tzedakah (justice), Tikkun Olam (repair of the world) and to serving community members in need with Kavod (respect). Right now, millions of American are struggling with hunger. These are often hard-working adults, children and seniors who simply cannot make ends meet and are forced to go without food for several meals, or even days. Click here for more information on the food pantry.
Have you had a new addition to your family recently?
The Charleston Jewish Federation would love to welcome your new little one with a gift through the Shalom Baby program.
Let us know about your (or your family and friend's) new babies! Call Lori Hoch Stiefel at 571-6565.