A strong Religious Zionist Slate delegation in the World Zionist Congress is the only way to ensure that all policy, programming and funding decisions for the world’s major Zionist organizations are made with Torah values in mind.
But what can you do?
1. Vote – here’s how:
- Visit the Voting Registration Page
- Check the box “Jerusalem Program”. Complete the required fields then click “Pay now”
- After completing the form, voting instructions will appear and vote for #10 Religious Zionist slate – Vote Torah and cast your vote!
Any questions? Email email@example.com
Did you know your vote can determine:
- MASA subsidies for Orthodox students attending yeshivot and seminaries in Israel
- Annual budgets for teaching emissaries (Morim Shlichim) in Jewish communities around the world
- Annual budgets for religious Zionist youth movements
- Annual infrastructure budgets for Israeli communities in Gush Etzion and Jerusalem
- Additional Orthodox seats on boards of funding organizations
The number of seats held by each party in the World Zionist Congress determines the staffing of the Jewish Agency, Keren Hayasod, KKL/JNF and the World Zionist Organization. In turn, budget allocations for each organization are a direct result of the number of board members representing specific ideologies/politics. As such, if the majority of World Zionist Congress delegates are Orthodox/religious Zionists, the funding organizations will allocate a larger portion of the available budget to educational and communal programming that is important to the Torah-observant world.
2. Shabbaton-April 17-18-Parshat Shmini
Win $15,000 for your Synagogue!
The Orthodox Union is calling for Synagogues to designate Shabbat of April 17-18, Parshat Shmini, to promote voting for the Religious Zionist – Vote Torah Slate in the upcoming World Zionist Congress Elections. The election will have a direct impact on funding for religious day schools and camps in America and Israel.
Divrei torah, talking points and information for shul bulletins will help promote the campaign. A prize drawing contest has been created with an opportunity to win $15,000, as an incentive for synagogues in the U.S. to promote voting. View the rules.
For more information or questions, contact Yehuda Friedman 212-613-8225 firstname.lastname@example.org.