Los Angeles Alumni: Win a Free Ticket to Israel!

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Do you have friends or family you think should go to Israel? Masa Israel wants to help you get them there (and give you a flight to visit them)!

Here's how:


Clean the Land

Clean the Land

May 18, 2012 (All day)

  All over Israel  - 

Organized by Masa Israel participants, Clean the Land is a social, environmental initiative with two simple components: a coordinated, annual, nation-wide trash pickup day; and a mission to educate communities about recycling, sustainability and environmental protection. 
The initiative aims to not only clean up the Land of Israel, but to instill within its people a respect for the land and to refresh their connection to it. 
We invite you to join us by leading a Clean Team or by joining one.
SIGN UP to receive an information packet with instructions on what to do on the actual Trash Pickup Day (18 May 2012), as well as trash bags and protective gloves.
Jessica Klein
Spring 2012


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Clean the Land: Launched at Masa BFL 2012

Clean the Land: Launched at Masa BFL 2012

Clean the Land: Launched at Masa BFL 2012

March 28, 2012

Dan Barnett, Max Friedenberg, Sam Silverlieb, and Joel Wanger, all participants in Masa's Israel Government Fellows program, had been complaining about the trash and litter strewn about Israel's parks and trails.
But they hadn't really thought about a realistic way to combat it until an IdeaSlam at Masa's Building Future Leadership (BFL) conference last week.
At the initial IdeaSlam, run by PresenTense, they came up with the idea for Masa participants in programs across Israel to get together for one day to pick up trash and, well, Clean the Land. And that's how their venture was born. 
Nathan Wexler
Bina Gap Year, 2011-2012

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