Purim AdlAyAdA Marching in Rogozin Tel Aviv

February 21st, 2010


You are invited to join the first traditional Jeff Pulver (and friends) Purim Marching Breakfast. Please attend in a Purim costume.

This will be a great networking opportunity and a chance to have an impact in the lives of the kids at the Bialik Rogozin School in Tel Aviv.

If possible, please plan to bring toys and chachkes for the kids.

I am also looking for volunteers to help with the organization of the event. If you are interested in helping out, please please follow this link and fill out this form so that I can help the school contact you directly: http://140conf.wufoo.com/forms/volunteer-at-purim-adlayada-marching-breakfast/

The Bialik Rogozin School in Tel Aviv, an educational campus that serves 750+ at-risk children in grades K-12 are looking for friends to come to the Bialik Rogozin School on Friday, February 26th.

The event starts at 0900 and will include a marching parade.

I am asking my friends in Israel to consider joining me on this day the Bialik Rogozin School and help bring a smile to the these kids.

I would appreciate it if you could share this event with your friends and encourage your friends to help make a difference in the lives of these at-risk kids. I am asking for your help to show that it is possible to use social media for the social good in Israel.

The campus is Haa’liya street 49 Tel aviv, website : http://www.schooly.co.il/cbr/

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Background: The Bialik Rogozin School in Tel Aviv is an educational campus that serves 750+ at-risk children in grades K-12. The school is run by principal Karen Tal and her devoted staff, and with children and teenagers from twenty-eight countries. They are new immigrants, children of foreign workers, refugees from Darfur and Israeli Arabs. Many are from single-parent families. Bialik Rogozin is a caring and nurturing center that provides hot meals, music and art instruction, specialized tutoring and a solid education in a safe and welcoming environment.

The time you spend at the school will be felt and will help transform the lives of these kids.

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