JNFU

  • "I can't wait to get started with JNFU! I look forward to being able to educate others about Israel with these informative webinars. I am very excited and grateful to know that JNF will always be there, prepared to give all the resources needed to make sure that students are always informed and educated about Israel. I am most excited to know that JNFU will be focusing on Israel as a whole - the culture, the innovations, the beauty, which is what Israel is all about!" - Liel Miron-Halyo, University of Guelph

  • “I am excited to be a part of JNF’s new initiative catered towards university students. I see JNFU as a way to better connect students on campuses to the bigger picture. When students attend university, they often lose track of what is going outside the school’s walls, i.e. what important progress is being made in the world, and how our politics, culture, and life evolves. JNFU will work to maintain a relationship between Jewish students, and their religion and homeland by bringing in speakers and hosting unique events. As a part of JNFU’s preliminary year at Western University, I cannot wait to help shape this program and start building stronger ties between students and Israel.” – Rebecca Hoffer, University of Western Ontario

  • “JNFU is truly a unique and amazing aspect of JNF. It gives university students the chance to be involved in JNF at a level that appeals to them on campus. JNFU is a refreshing change from many of the organizations that you see on campus. Instead of just defending Israel, JNFU will showcase to students why we should be celebrating Israel as well. I cannot wait for JNFU’s inaugural year, and all of the amazing programming and opportunities it will provide to students on campuses across Canada." - Noa Zaifman, University of Western Ontario

  • "Through JNFU I will be able to strengthen my connection to Israel and meet students across the country that share my interests. I also hope to present Israel to my school campus in a way that disputes the negative stereotypes associated with it." – Joshua Clarke, University of Western Ontario