WESTERN GALILEE & CENTRAL AREA CONSORTIUM
Opportunity knocks for learning, for travel, for connecting, for relationship building, for putting ideas to action, and more. Partnership2Gether promotes people-to-people relationships through cultural, social, medical, educational and economic programs. We, along with 14 Federations, partner with communities in the Western Galilee including Akko and Matte Asher and with Budapest to create shared experiences.
How about joining an online book group or adult education sessions with members from our partnership cities? Or be part of professional exchange program for physicians, teachers, artists, nurses, social workers, nurses, just to name a few possibilities? Or host guests from the Western Galilee or Budapest who visit Springfield to present a program?
How does it work? We’ll publish in the newsletter and post program opportunities on our website. If you’re interested, let us know. The opportunities evolve from ideas or passions of members working with other members of our Partnership communities, including the Western Galilee and Budapest. It’s a collaborative committee process to develop the program goals, objectives, details and budget. These are presented at the Annual Communities Council Meeting attended by members from each community and led by volunteer US and Israel Co-Chairs and voted on by partnership members.
Who is part of our Partnership? The Western Galilee is described as a diverse community, in Israel’s northern periphery, that is home to Druze, Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Budapest is said to be experiencing a rebirth of its Jewish culture, due to the curiosity and driven by people in their 20’s and 30’s. We link to these communities along with Federations from Dayton, Toledo, Youngstown, Ohio; Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Northwest Indiana, South Bend, Indianapolis, Indiana; Des Moines, Iowa; Omaha, Nebraska; Buffalo, New York; Austin, Fort Worth, and San Antonio, Texas.
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Upcoming Opportunities with more in the pipeline:
The Global P2G Virtual Book Club
The next book we'll read together is The History of Love by Nicole Krauss. On Sunday, May 3, 2020, 10 am, connect from your home using the Zoom App. This will be a virtual book club gathering. For more info, contact Nancy Sage at firstname.lastname@example.org.