The mission of Boys Town Jerusalem is to enable boys from limited backgrounds to evolve into young men with limitless possibilities and is dedicated to providing an outstanding education for Israeli children, regardless of religious background, class or socio-economic background. BTJ is a residential school for approximately 1,000 boys from disadvantaged backgrounds, ages 12-22, including a two-year College of Applied Engineering, a cyber security program, robotics program and an array of additional extra-curricular activities. Australian Friends of Boys Town Jerusalem (BTJ) was established in 2018 with the aim of raising funds and awareness of the work of Boys Town Jerusalem.
Bar / Bat Mitzvah Twinning
* Fund a special mitzvah project for kids your age
* Provide tefillin for a barmitzvah boy
* Help a needy boy celebrate his special day with new clothes and shoes
* Celebrate with us on campus with a special ceremony and refreshments
* Instead of buying a gift for your friends and family, why not make a donation to Boys Town Jerusalem to celebrate their special occasion
* Make your simcha even more meaningful by asking your family and friends to make a donation to Boys Town Jerusalem to give the special occasion even greater meaning and help transform the lives of young people in Israel
* Opportunities to give in memory of a loved one on their Yahrzeit
* Kaddish and plaques also available.
* There is no greater way to leave your mark than to provide a future for others. Your legacy will live on in those whose lives you change
The Australian Homeroom
* The Australian Friends of BTJ has adopted a class of students, following them from Year 7 to graduation. Each of the approximately 30 students in your Homeroom has his story and his dreams. In addition to vital scholarship assistance, your support can range from buying school supplies to sponsoring his football or his robotics team. Far beyond the material gifts, you also give these boys the gift of your personal interest and concern for their wellbeing.
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