Jerusalem Post

Yossi Klein Halevi book launch highlights a cultural, centered Jerusalem Village.

Promoting cultural activities is one of the goals of the Jerusalem Highlight Foundation, which sponsored the Klein Halevi book launch and was founded just a few months ago to produce “content-driven social events that support worthy causes.” The recipient of ticket sales for this evening was Jerusalem Village, a three-year-old grassroots community project that aims to give young new immigrants to Israel’s capital a reason to stick around.

By Brian Blum | January 20, 2014

Times of Israel

Because getting to Jerusalem is only half the journey.

A large proportion of new immigrants to the capital wind up moving back out — to other parts of Israel, or abroad. A new grassroots project is working to change that.

By Nicole Levin | July 13, 2013

eJewishPhilanthropy

If Tel Aviv is The New Black, Where Does That Leave Jerusalem? 

Tragically, while in Jerusalem, young internationals aren’t inspired by their Israeli peers, or exposed to the city’s ongoing rejuvenation and renaissance.

By Emily Ziedman | February 5, 2014

Tragically, while in Jerusalem, young internationals aren’t inspired by their Israeli peers, or exposed to the city’s ongoing rejuvenation and renaissance. – See more at: http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/if-tel-aviv-is-the-new-black-where-does-that-leave-jerusalem/#sthash.DNJPrjFc.dpuf
Tragically, while in Jerusalem, young internationals aren’t inspired by their Israeli peers, or exposed to the city’s ongoing rejuvenation and renaissance. – See more at: http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/if-tel-aviv-is-the-new-black-where-does-that-leave-jerusalem/#sthash.DNJPrjFc.dpuf
Tragically, while in Jerusalem, young internationals aren’t inspired by their Israeli peers, or exposed to the city’s ongoing rejuvenation and renaissance. – See more at: http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/if-tel-aviv-is-the-new-black-where-does-that-leave-jerusalem/#sthash.DNJPrjFc.dpuf

Local Belle Blog

Jerusalem Village: A Shabbat come true.

Last Friday I experienced something that I never thought would happen to me so early in life- a private chef came to my house and cooked an entire Shabbat meal for me and 10 guests. Is this a joke? No. This is reality, people.

Anabelle Harari | January 7, 2013