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BBYO's Friends and Alumni Network (FAN) are alumni, parents and supporters of BBYO who have come together to support BBYO in their local communities. Local FAN members build community, raise funds and support the teens in their region. Today, FAN exists in approximately 40 communities across North America. Learn More About FAN

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Sep 6

BBYO Launches $90 Million Campaign with $30 Million of Support

Gifts totaling $28.8 million from two long-time funders lead effort for BBYO to expand its capacity and double its growth rate over the next five years

Sep 6

Sharing Stories of Jewish Service in Advance of “Service Matters”

I am a 17-year-old Jewish teen. I am just 5 feet tall, but I know that my voice far exceeds my stature. That’s not something I always believed. My world was flipped upside down when my family moved from Australia to Denver in middle school; I had few Jewish friends (or friends at all), and was unaware of any opportunities within my reach. I didn’t know about the potential BBYO had to change my life, nor the changes I could make in others’ lives as a BBYO member. I didn’t know the impact that a 5ft tall Jewish teen could make in the world.

Sep 6

Kolot - 10 Days that Changed My Life

There’s a difference between hearing someone’s story and having a brief desire to make an impact, and waking up the next day and putting in the effort to make that impact. This was only one of the realizations I gained this past July when I chose to spend 10 days before my senior year of high school in Washington, D.C., as part of a BBYO community service program focused on homelessness.

Jul 20

Adults can join BBYO March of the Living

I recently returned from my first trip on the March of the Living. It is something I’d thought about doing for some time, but wasn’t sure such a deep immersion in the Holocaust was right for me. However when presented with the opportunity to join the BBYO North America delegation comprised of 120 Jewish teens and 20 adults, I elected to participate. It was a great decision.

Jun 2

Lasting Inspiration

Michigan BBYO will honor former adviser Andy Gutman. Andy Gutman was the quiet adult adviser in the corner for a generation of teen boys active in two AZA chapters, yet he left an indelible mark.

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