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Save Birthright NEXT Philadelphia

46 Signatures Goal: 100

**UPDATE!**


We just got word that Birthright NEXT has decided to continue the Philadelphia chapter. Thanks for all of your support!

Peace and love,


The Squires


Dear Chevre,


It has been brought to our attention that despite a 3-year overhaul of the Philadelphia young Jewish professional scene, and after a wildly successful summer down the shore, the powers that be have decided to shut down the offices of Birthright Israel NEXT Philadelphia, for reasons unknown. As young Jews who have had incredibly positive and meaningfully experiences as a result of this organization, we petition to keep the organization alive and well in Philly so that the community can continue to have a meaningful, relevant, and touching post-Israel experiences in our beloved hometown of Philadelphia.

Please sign this petition if your Israel experience created a positive impact on you and you would like to stay involved in the organization and maintain connections with fellow Birthright alumni in our beautiful city.

Keep the dream alive!

Sincerely yours,

The Squires

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Signatures

  • 5 years ago
    Maryana Gordin United States
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    Joel Legatt United States
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    Rebekah Grossman United States
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    Adina Krause United States
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    Alex Ginsberg United States
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    Leaht R. T. Feldman United States
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    amanda smukler Canada
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    David Tractenberg United States
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    Mike Blum United States
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    Jacob Velleman Israel
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    Jill United States
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    Avi Kravitz United States
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    Nati Groen United States
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    Igor Tentler United States
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    Andrew Obus United States
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