As it has in New York City, The Brownstone Tel Aviv will become its own mini-community—complete with living space, classrooms, a restaurant and bar—where millennials of all affiliations feel at home, where new Olim can come for help and support, and where lone soldiers are always welcome and treated like family.
The Brownstone will bring together Jews from all cultural backgrounds: Israelis from the North and South, North and South Americans, Eastern and Western Europeans, Australians and South Africans—Jews who, in another context, would have no connection with one another.
Through mentorships, internships, prominent speakers and social and educational programming, young Jews will make invaluable connections, build relationships, and strengthen their commitment and connection to Israel and the Jewish nation—by making Aliyah or advocating on behalf of the country.
Construction is now underway,
and programming is set to begin in 2020.