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- 2023-03-16: The Discovery Program for ages 18 to 28 will take place from July 2 to 13, 2023. It includes:
- Volunteering on base, from July 2 to 6,
- 3 days of discovery, from July 6 to 9 (weekend)
- a second week of volunteering, from July 9 to 13.
- You must be between 18 and 28 and speak English
- The fee is $780 USD/participant Plus Airfare and Health Insurance
- Fee includes the 2 week program, (nights, meals and activities).
- To see the program flier Click Here
- To see the program itinerary Click Here
- You must register with Sar-El Canada first and specify that you are interested in the DISCOVERY program
- 2022-12-14: The recent case that was brought against Sar-El Canada was assumed by the Crown Prosecutor who then withdrew the charge as there was ” no reasonable prospect of conviction “.
We are obviously satisfied with the outcome and the strong support we received from the Jewish community especially CIJA – The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, during this process. We can once again concentrate on our core mission of sending volunteers to Israel . We are pleased with the numbers of volunteers that have gone this year and have signed up for next year, after all the hassles and disruptions caused by Covid.
- 2022-10-09: Covid 19 entry forms are no longer required to enter Israel.
- 2022-10-01: Canadian ArriveCAN Travel health measures ended.
- 2022-09-06: New Program Dates are now available through 2023. See the latest schedule here.
- English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRsqlj4JdtI
- Français : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFjdw73UHQQ
The Volunteering Experience
Read about the latest Sar-El Canada volunteer experiences here.
In the summer of 1982, in the midst of the Galilee War, Golan Heights settlements faced the disastrous prospect of losing their entire agricultural crop. The majority of able-bodied settlers were called up for army reserve duty and entire farms, with crops already ripened, were left unattended, due to the acute manpower shortage. Dr. Aharon Davidi (z”l ), the former head of the I.D.F. Paratroopers and Infantry Corps, was then directing the Golan Heights community and cultural activities.
Touched by the settlers’ distress, he sent a number of friends as a recruitment team to the United States.
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