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JEvents

JEvents app and website take together all the Jewish programs, events and jobs available in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Minsk and New York. In addition, you’ll always find here some pieces …

JEvents

JEvents app and website take together all the Jewish programs, events and jobs available in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Minsk and New York.

In addition, you’ll always find here some pieces of Jewish wisdom, jokes, information about the nearest synagogues and even personal blogs on different interesting Jewish topics, such as cuisine, fashion, movies etc.

The Volunteer Community FSU is proud to be a partner of the JEvents and to support their activities. You’ll find pages dedicated to volunteering and charity on the sites of Moscow and St-Petersburg JEvents.

Friendship Circle

Friendship Circle is a volunteering project of the Jewish educational center LOFT Lubavitch, which aims to create true friendships between volunteering teenagers and children with special needs. The project raises …

Friendship Circle

Friendship Circle is a volunteering project of the Jewish educational center LOFT Lubavitch, which aims to create true friendships between volunteering teenagers and children with special needs. The project raises confidence, makes dreams come true, broadens the horizons and changes the worldview of all participants.

The international Friendship Circle consists of more than 80 departments all over the world.

The Volunteer Community FSU is proud to be a partner of the Friendship Circle and to participate in their activities.

EnerJew

EnerJew is a Jewish youth movement project for teenagers aged 13 – 18, which is successfully functioning in more than 30 cities throughout the CIS. The Volunteer Community FSU is …

EnerJew

EnerJew is a Jewish youth movement project for teenagers aged 13 – 18, which is successfully functioning in more than 30 cities throughout the CIS. The Volunteer Community FSU is proud to be a partner of the EnerJew and to support their volunteering activities.

The three fundamental principles of the EnerJew are Jewish society, continuous process and initiative.

The main mission of the project is the transformation of Jewish youth in the FSU countries into an active and an integral part of the Jewish world, by means of youth activism development, spreading of Jewish practices and the evolutionary reorganization of the Jewish religious communities.

The EnerJew Club is a meeting point for active, creative and bright young people. They spend their free time doing interesting and useful things in a circle of new friends. During weekly meetings participants of the Club broaden their knowledge, learn Jewish tradition and history, discover new talents in themselves, develop their creativity and the skills of team work, participate in volunteering activities and get to know interesting places and people of their home city.

Neshama

Neshama is a tutoring project, which has been functioning for 3 years already. It is a tutoring project for children of the Anita-Center Orphanage House – a Jewish orphanage in …

Neshama

Neshama is a tutoring project, which has been functioning for 3 years already. It is a tutoring project for children of the Anita-Center Orphanage House – a Jewish orphanage in Moscow.
To change the world, you should start with something. A close-knit team of the project have chosen the Anita-Center for this purpose. The tutoring project with its own traditions grew out of initial interest and desire to help.
A tutor is a friend, who gives additional benefits to a child, such as intellectual and spiritual values. During the past 2 years the project has been collecting bit by bit all the changes, which happened to children since the moment, they’ve got such a friend. These changes are precious, and the founders of the project are proud of them.
There are no special prerequisites for a volunteer. The most important things are readiness to help and an inner feeling, that you have something to share with a child. Curators of the project will teach you everything you want to know, to help you be a confident tutor.
The age of tutors is between 21 and 35 years old.

WE GO CLOSE – WORLD

The “WORLD” is the project of mentoring for the children from the Jewish family service of Moscow. During the existence of the project more than 80 stories of the friendship …

WE GO CLOSE – WORLD

The “WORLD” is the project of mentoring for the children from the Jewish family service of Moscow. During the existence of the project more than 80 stories of the friendship between children and volunteers have appeared.

The volunteer project “WORLD” invites to the participation the students and university graduates – all those to whom the destiny of the children needing additional attention and care isn’t indifferent.

Probably, many of you haven’t managed to forget  those difficulties which each child meets with a growing … what to tell about those difficulties which arise for the children from risk – group families or for the children with the special needs …

Such children need not so much the help with school homeworks, as the friend or the mentor who could advise something or support in a difficult situation.

IT IS OFFERED TO YOU: for a while, to become the mentor for one child from the Jewish family service and 1-2 times a week to meet him, to help to do his homework, and to spend free time together.

Participating in the project, you will get or strengthen the professional skills, you will communicate to the children, you will be trained and, the main thing is that you will see the grateful eyes of your new little friend who, for certain, will want to resemble you when he grows up.

 

Memory. Help. Generations

“Memory. Help. Generations” – joint volunteer project with BF «Joint», the volunteer coordination service «Maagal′» and Museum “Yad Vashem” about the collecting of the information about the victims of the …

Memory. Help. Generations

“Memory. Help. Generations” – joint volunteer project with BF «Joint», the volunteer coordination service «Maagal′» and Museum “Yad Vashem” about the collecting of the information about the victims of the Holocaust and the Jews who died during the second world war.
During 3 years of the project existence the volunteers have collected and handed over to the “Yad Vashem” Museum 3 120 names of the Jews killed in the Holocaust and in the Soviet army. The Volunteers helped to fill in and submit the applications for the compensation from the Claims Conference to Holocaust victims and evacueed Jews, as well as they give the gifts to the elderly people for the Jewish holidays. The volunteers of the project “Memory. Help. Generations” take an active part in the annual international educational Conference Limmud-Moscow. In 2015 the project “Memory. Help. Generations” presented at Limude the interactive installation about the collection of Shoah victims ‘ names. The authors of the installation- are the artists and curators of the Museum of the contemporary art “New Wing” of Gogol’s home