My name is Emma Lammersen and I am a first year fellow of the JNF's Sababa Fellowship. The Sababa Fellowship is a nationwide, select group of Jewish teens who are interested in community service and developing their leadership and communication skills.
My cohort is raising money for Aleh Negev, a rehabilitation village for disabled children and adults in South Israel. I feel passionate about Aleh Negev because I believe that everyone, especially people with a disablity, deserve a loving community to thrive in.
I would love to raise money to help Aleh Negev improve their facilities to help make the resident's life better, because they deserve it.
Learn more about Aleh Negev here...