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How Millennials are Building Post-Crisis Communities and Bridging People Worldwide
Speakers: Haley Broder and Sam Neufeld
It turns out that the inaptly dubbed "Me Generation" is perhaps the most philanthropic, socially conscious and volunteer-minded in human history. Come learn from among the brightest IsraAID humanitarians as they share their unique experiences. Participants will gain an understanding of the next generation's contributions to humanitarian work through demonstrative, real-world case studies. This panel discussion will address the profound impact millennials are making in communities around the world, and the importance of intergenerational volunteerism.
is a humanitarian field expert. In October 2018, Haley became the IsraAID Head of Mission in Puerto Rico, working in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. During 2017, Haley served with IsraAID based in Dominica.
Sam Neufeld is an IsraAID Humanitarian alumnus. Sam supported the development and launch of the IsraAID HoneyAID program, which economically and socially empowers women affected by natural and human-originated disasters in the Philippines.
In partnership with IsraAid, the OFJCC, PJCC and Peninsula congregations. Generously supported by the Koret Foundation and the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund
Tuesday, May 19
Einstein Meeting Room (Bldg E) Room E-104
$18 Suggested Donation | Proceeds will support IsraAID programs worldwide
Contact: Robin Vasilakos | (650) 223-8791 | [email protected]