At our fundraising dinner, we will share stories and memories from throughout the history of our Liberal Jewish youth movement – be it LJY-Netzer, ULPSNYC-Netzer or FLPJYG. It is a fantastic chance to reunite with your peers – from your time as youth participants, leaders and/or parents – and to support the youth movement which creates our future.
Liberal Judaism’s youth movement has become a home for so many young people who have not found a place elsewhere. It is hard to explain exactly why this is but most would agree that it is due (at least in part) to the movement’s truly inclusive nature, the trust it builds between its members and the resulting community that it builds.
The dinner will raise much-needed funds for the LJY-Netzer Bursary Fund and Liberal Judaism’s education department. This will ensure that, in future, a far larger number of children can attend the fantastic LJY-Netzer events throughout the year. It will also mean that the movement can offer the individual support that many participants need, while providing outstanding educational resources and opportunities to all our members.
We are delighted to announce that Julia Middleton will be the keynote speaker.
Julia is the founder and CEO of Common Purpose, one of the world’s biggest leadership development organisations. She is passionate about helping people to develop as leaders and she campaigns to encourage leaders from all backgrounds to make an active and tangible contribution to their communities and to wider society. With her commitment to enabling the next generation to stand up, cross boundaries and tackle the complex challenges they and the world face, Julia is a perfect fit to speak at the dinner – which will celebrate Liberal Judaism’s peer-led youth movement.
During the event, we will also share stories, photographs and memories from throughout the history of our youth movement, whether you knew it as LJY-Netzer, ULPSNYC-Netzer or FLPJYG. Share your Liberal Jewish youth movement story by clicking here.
The evening will be held at the exclusive Goldsmiths’ Hall, this incredible Grade I venue, near St. Paul’s Cathedral, opened in 1835, and is one of London’s hidden treasures.
Above all, come and celebrate your own memories of being part of Liberal Judaism’s youth movement, whether as a participant, a leader, a parent or all three! Join with old friends and new for a truly spectacular evening.
Tickets are £75. Tables of 10 are £750.
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