From Poland to Israel, from darkness to light, we are still here.
Join Jewish high school seniors from all over the world on this trip of a lifetime! You'll go to Poland on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) and march from Auschwitz to Birkenau, the largest concentration camp complex built during World War II. Then travel to Israel to observe Yom HaZikaron (Israel Memorial Day) and Yom Ha'Atzmaut (Israel Independence Day).
“Israel is truly a remarkable place that encapsulates ones Jewish identity. After experiencing the concentration camps and then heading over to Israel, it truly gives an individual a full-spectrum experience that cannot be found anywhere else.”
- Matt Schneider
“Our daughter Jess grew up so much on this trip. It gave her a chance to assert her independence from us, while still providing a safe, structured environment for her to work from. It has really made a difference in her life, now that she is "off to college," and on her own for the most part. Thanks again for everything that you did for her!!”
- Steve and Julie Whayne
Attend one of our upcoming info sessions to learn more about the
October 15, 2014; 7pm at the Kanter Home (contact Abby Solomon for details)
November 6, 2014; 7pm at the JCC
Please scan and email the Physician's Medical Form, or mail it to 8485 Ridge Road, Cincinnati, OH 45236 Attn: Abby Solomon.
For information about March of the Living applications, fees, and scholarships, contact Abby Solomon 513.766.3394 or email.
This trip is generously funded by The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, and organized by the Mayerson JCC, in partnerhsip with the Center for the Holocaust and Humanity Education. Grants are administered by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. March of the Living grants are not need based and are offered to Cincinnati Jewish high school seniors who have not already used their high school Israel travel grant.