Plant Your Way to Israel™
Plant Your Way to Israel™ allows you to fund your trip to Israel while helping Israel and JNF at the same time. The program is simple: Ask your friends and family to plant trees with JNF and half of this money will support JNF's forestry projects in Israel, and the other half will be placed in a special account for you, to be used for any trip to Israel. Register today to create your personal fundraising website to start Planting YOUR Way to Israel.
"The Plant Your Way program was perfect for me because not only was I raising money to fund my trip to Israel, but I was helping to improve the beauty and health of Eretz Yisrael. It brought me such satisfaction to know that with every tree sold I was enriching the land of Israel as well as easing my own financials in getting back there."
We recognize that the cost of organized trips to Israel have increased considerably in recent years. Plant Your Way allows students to take an active role in paying for their trip while building Israel through forestry projects with JNF.
Students, through age 26, ask friends and family to plant trees with JNF (minimum donation $36). Half of this money will go to JNF to plant trees in Israel, and the other half will be placed in a special account for the student, held by JNF, to be used for any trip to Israel. A special certificate is sent to a designee on behalf of the donor. Participants can register at www.jnf.org/pyw and are able to easily manage their accounts through a personalized fundraising webpage. After raising a minimum of $360, students can redeem their funds for any trip to Israel.
For more information on JNF’s Plant Your Way to Israel program, or if you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 516-678-6805 ext 136 | fax: 516-763-6033.
Plant Your Way to Israel is a program of JNF USA. Donations will only be accepted in USD, including those made online. All donors to JNF through Plant Your Way to Israel will receive a US tax deductible receipt for the full amount donated.