Tag: Lappin Foundation

Programs for Families

Programs for Families

| April 10, 2013

Babyccino Jewish Art for Little Hands does Shabbat! Rekindle Shabbat PJ Library Junior Scientists and Engineers PJ Library Shabbat Shalom Circle – Newburyport PJ Library Shabbat Shalom Circle – Peabody PJ Library Tot Shabbat Shomrei Adamah Festival Young Families Shabbat  

Continue Reading

Jewish Pride Posters

Jewish Pride Posters

| April 10, 2013

Jewish Pride Posters “The posters have such a simple message, beautifully done. We have used them in our religious school and passed them to the public school.” – Rabbi Barbara Aiello of Temple Beth El in Bradenton, Fla., Designed to instill Jewish pride in children, the Jewish pride poster set is a wonderful addition to […]

Continue Reading

PJ Library

PJ Library

| April 4, 2013

Register for PJ Library  | Connections |  Parents to Israel |  Special Programs | Shabbat Circle  | PJ Our Way Jewish children ages six months to eight years are eligible to receive PJ Library, a free Jewish book and CD-of-the-month club that is mailed home.  Imagine their delight upon receiving a package every month with […]

Continue Reading

Programs for Children, Families, Adults, and Community

Programs for Children, Families, Adults, and Community

| March 30, 2013

 Your tax-deductible contribution helps to fund programs that are enhancing Jewish identity across generations.   Youth to Israel Holocaust Legacy Fellows Programs for Tweens, Teens, & Adults Programs for Families Programs for Schools Community Programs PJ Library and PJ Library Programs  Interfaith Outreach Resource Center   PJ Our Way   Study: Assessing the Teen Israel […]

Continue Reading

Boards

Boards

| May 18, 2012

Lappin Foundation Enhancing Jewish Identity across Generations Board of Directors Robert I. Lappin President and Treasurer Deborah L. Coltin Executive Director Stacey Comito Arthur J. Epstein Jody Kipnis Jacklyn Lappin Peter Lappin Clerk Howard Rich Steven P. Rosenthal Honorary Board of Advisors Mayor Kimberley Driscoll Salem, Massachusetts Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, z”l President, International Fellowship of […]

Continue Reading

Journey of Faith

Journey of Faith

| April 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Journey of Faith: On Becoming a Jewish Family Journey of Faith is an engaging 10-minute trigger film, available free of charge, which discusses the importance of conversion to Judaism of a non-Jewish spouse in an interfaith family. It tells the true story of Douglas and Jodi Smith’s conversion from an interfaith family to a Jewish […]

Continue Reading

Ethiopian Jewish Curriculum ~ Gather Us Together

Ethiopian Jewish Curriculum ~ Gather Us Together

| March 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Gather Us Together is a traveling exhibit about the Ethiopian Jewish experience.  Through images, music, artifact, DVD, oral histories, learning activities, and a scripted presentation, students will encounter an extraordinary story of faith, courage and homecoming as they follow the Beta Israel journey back to Israel. Jewish schools, camps and organizations may borrow the exhibit free […]

Continue Reading

Israel Land Map

Israel Land Map

| March 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

“Teaching about Israel using the Israel Land Map is a multi-sensory experience for kids of all ages and encourages play with a purpose.  Students have a great time on the floor map learning about Israel through touch, play, stories, games, puzzles and much more. It’s fun and engaging.” – Dina Davidyan, Beverly   The giant […]

Continue Reading

JEWS AND BASEBALL:  AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY

JEWS AND BASEBALL: AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY

| March 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

This documentary is available from the Foundation for educational programs. Producers write “JEWS AND BASEBALL: AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY explores the connection between Jewish Americans and baseball, our nation’s most iconic institution. More than a film about sports, it is a story of immigration, assimilation, bigotry, heroism, the passing on of traditions, and the shattering […]

Continue Reading

Time Tent

Time Tent

| March 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

Using the Time Tent is inspirational Jewish teaching at its best! Bring Torah to life or take students back in history by using the Time Tent, a 10’ x 10’ easy-open structure that makes learning fun.  The Time Tent uses the creativity and imagination of teachers and students, transporting them to the past to meet […]

Continue Reading