What's the deal with the JIDF?

As we mentioned, last week David Appletree spoke at WUJS Congress 2009: "Unlocking our Future." It was both a thrill and an honor, as the World Union of Jewish Students represents 1.5 million Jewish students worldwide, and their elected representatives were in Israel for the conference.

The conference was sponsored by the World Jewish Congress, World Zionist Organization, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israeli Knesset, and others.

David had the honor of speaking alongside the IDF Spokesperson's department, which is in charge of the IDF's social media presence. Many other notable Jewish leaders were also invited to speak.

The JIDF created a powerpoint presentation for the conference which we thought might interest you. It explains more background about our organization, and outlines some of our goals and success.

We created the PDF of the presentation for your perusal and we are currently in the process of creating a fully animated and narrated version, which we hope to post online soon, and use as a fundraising piece.

Thus, if you have any feedback, thoughts, or suggestions, please leave it in the comments, or feel free to contact us anytime.

In the meantime, the fight continues, and we still have a lot of work to do. Unfortunately, we are still lacking the funds to take things to the next level. Beyond trying to inspire people to donate, another way we are trying to raise money is through JIDF Media Consultation and Advertising, so we urge you to look into that as well.  Thank you!

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