A dozen young Liberal Jews gain volunteering award

6 June 2017

Twelve members of LJY-Netzer, the youth movement of Liberal Judaism, have been honoured for their volunteering work.

The Liberal youth have each received a v100 certificate for recording 100 hours of time helping others.

The award is from vInspired – the UK’s leading volunteering charity for 14 – 25 year olds, which helps young people to make their mark on causes that they care about.

Seven LJY-Netzer members and leaders reached the 100-hour milestone on the recent Machaneh Aviv spring camp, while five others were presented with their certificates earlier in the year.

The 12 members honoured are Adam Rickayzen, Ben Rose, Daisy Bogod, Eric Stock, Hannah Stephenson, Jacob Talbot, James Colman, Jessica Geneen, Lily Whear (pictured leading on camp), Ossie Goldhill, Safyre Couts and Sam Alston.
 
 

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