YLD Weinberg Mission to Israel: March 7 – 13, 2022
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Innovation. Leadership. Identity. Join us on the Young Leadership Division (YLD) Weinberg Mission to Israel.
Experience Israel’s vibrant arts and culture scene, learn about innovative technology, network with leadership in the nation’s up and coming industries, taste the flavors of the country, and more. Whether this is your first time to Israel or a returning visit this trip is for you!
Mission and travel experiences with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland take Clevelanders behind the scenes of our global Jewish community, and allow participants to see the country, live the culture, meet the people, and get premiere access like no one else can.
Mission Chairs: Rachel & Raffi Glickman, Alison & Aaron Gross, and Dara & Max Sussman
YLD Board Chair: Abbie Pappas
Read the Travel Blog from the 2019 Weinberg Mission to Israel >>
2022 Mission Details
Mission Dates: March 7 – 13, 2022
Cost: $1,000 (includes subsidy*). Cost is per person, double occupancy, plus airfare.
We are able to assist with pre- and post-mission accommodations
Deadline to register for this mission is January 31, 2021. Space is limited!
*Subsidy is available to individuals ages 40 and under who have not received a subsidy for a previous YLD Israel mission. The YLD Weinberg Mission to Israel is generously supported by a fund established by Penni & Steve Weinberg. Accepting mission subsidy, may affect the tax deductibility of an individual’s contribution to Federation’s 2023 Campaign for Jewish Needs.
All participants will be asked to make a voluntary commitment of $1,000 or more to the 2023 Campaign for Jewish Needs.
For more information, contact Leah Markowicz at email@example.com or 216-593-2905.
Accepting mission subsidy, may affect the tax deductibility of an individual's contribution to Federation's 2023 Campaign for Jewish Needs.
Pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code, the amount of payments that may be claimed as a charitable contribution are reduced by the fair market value of benefits deemed to have been received by the contributor.
The $1,000 cost of the mission, as a general rule, is not deductible as a charitable gift.
With respect to a voluntary gift to the Campaign made in connection with this Mission, the value of any subsidy received represents a benefit, which must be subtracted from the amount of the gift in determining the allowable charitable deduction.
Jewish Federation of Cleveland does not render tax or legal advice; this statement of general principles should be reviewed with your own tax preparer.