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A look back at the 2010-2011 academic year for Jewish students
British participants on the FZY gap year scheme joined athletes from around the world to take part in the Jerusalem Marathon and raise more than £7,400 for the Ethiopian Barmitzvah Fund.
Forty-five members of the year course group completed runs. Most took on 10 kilometres, while three people successfully finished the half-marathon.
Around 1,000 students and young professionals descended on London club Sound on Saturday night to celebrate the festival of fancy dress and hamantashen in aid of the JNF.
More than 1,500 was raised for the charity on the night, which was organised by the Young JNF committee, Nana Events and Tango Down.
Gap year Noam participants celebrate passing their Magen David Adom tests after completing their first full month of work on Israel’s emergency rescue service
British teenagers from youth movement FZY took to the streets of Jerusalem to raise money for Yemin Orde, a youth village in the north of Israel devestated by the forest fire in the Carmel region.
FZY members in Britain also launched a campaign on donation website Just Giving. The appeal has so far raised more than £1,500.
To donate visit the Yemin Orde page here
For more information about FZY yearcourse click here
Chanucah celebrations at universities around the UK
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More than 700 Jewish students braved the snow to attend the annual Booze for Jews club night in Leeds organised by the university JSoc.
DJing on the night were Galaxy FM’s Michael Blades and Jewish favourite DJ Dan Hills.
Partygoers also marked Chanucah by eating doughnuts provided by Jeneration.
Around 50 members of the FZY year course programme visited the Israeli town of Sderot, near the border with the Gaza Strip, to find out about life under the constant threat of rocket fire.
Read more about the trip here
More than 100 people attended a fundraising event in London on Sunday in aid of the University Jewish Chaplaincy.
Former students of universities around Britain as well as chaplains from Nottingham, London, Oxford and Cambridge enjoyed an evening of sushi, cocktails and magic.