Bnei Akiva New Zealand

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Bnei Akiva New Zealand Incorporated (Bnei Akiva NZ) is a religious Zionist youth movement, with members of ages from 8 to 18. We are a full

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Bnei Akiva NZ's goal: To educate Jewish youth with the values of Torah ve'Avodah - combining a deeply rooted association with Israel together with day-to-day life in accordance with traditional Jewish values. To provide stimulating experiential and informal opportunities for encountering Judaism. Bnei Akiva NZ ensures Jewish continuity and the future of the New Zealand Jewish community.

Over the years, Bnei Akiva NZ has been positively and fruitfully involved in both the Jewish and wider New Zealand community. Among many achievements, BA NZ has run successful youth camps, weekly programs and charitable activities and has produced exceptional young leaders.


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    Guest Donor on 10 Aug 2017

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    keep up the good work

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    Keep up the awesome work guys!!

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