The Nadav Project
The Nadav Project is an intergenerational program for post Bar/Bat Mitzvah teens and their parents aimed at increasing financial literacy and investment expertise for the younger generation in a Jewish context, with a focus on social justice and impact investing. It is a Shalom initiative supported by Social Impact Hub and StandUp. Click here to learn more about the program.
Teens aged 13-14 are eligible to sign up. You do not need to have had a bat or bar mitzvah to join the program.
Each program cohort will attend a series of five workshops run by youth leaders and Jewish educators. Teens must register with a parent or guardian, who will also participate in each workshop. Each cohort is limited to 20 teens and their guardians.
After attending the workshops, teens are eligible to join our annual alumni Giving Circle, where they will allocate charitable donations to the non-profit organisations making a difference in our community.
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Location: National Council of Jewish Women of Australia, Woollahra.
Time: 9-11 am.
|Session One||10 October||
The Value of Money and Jewish Perspectives
|Session Two||17 October||
Financial Literacy for Investing
|Session Three||7 November||Impact Investing|
|Session Four||21 November||
Putting Theory into Practice
|Session Five||12 December||Philanthropy and Jewish Values|
Program Cost: $300 per teen-parent pair or $500 for one parent and two teens. Please note that of the total cost, $150 per participant will become seed money to be charitably donated at the participant’s discretion when he or she joins the Giving Circle. This $150 donation is tax-deductible.
We understand these are difficult times and we are happy to provide financial assistance if needed. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about financial aid.