We are all aware of the tremendous impact an educational trip to Israel can have on our children’s Jewish identity. Now is the time to invest in your child’s heritage!
We also know a trip to Israel can be very expensive. The Jewish Federation, the Flo Harris Supporting Foundation, and your congregation want to help turn that dream into a reality.
Passport to Israel is a savings incentive program designed to help families plan for their child’s high school or college trip. Beginning in the third grade and continuing through the eighth grade, those families who contribute a total of $200 yearly to their child’s PTI fund will receive a $100 match from the Flo Harris Supporting Foundation. This gives you the opportunity to save a considerable amount toward the cost of an Israel experience.
How to Participate
Passport to Israel investments are open to children in 3rd-8th grades. Simply drop off or mail in your check and forms by December 9, 2020, to B’nai Jehudah’s office. At the end of your participation, your child will have a significant fund to be used toward the cost of their Israel experience!
If this is your first time participating, please turn in your PTI check with these completed items:
Separate forms are required for each participating family member.
If your child has already begun participating in Passport to Israel, simply send in a check to B’nai Jehudah’s office. In the memo line of the check, write Passport to Israel funds.
Please mail forms and check by December 9, 2020 to:
The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah
Attn: Passport to Israel
12320 Nall Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66209
**Checks must be made payable to The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah