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A FZY Israel Tour participant places a stone on Herzl's grave at Mount Herzl.

Keeping the Movement moving

About the

Friends of FZY

FFZY is the registered charity which supports FZY. 

A FZY counsellor smiles and prepares to lead a yoga session.

£5 per month

Could cover volunteer travel to complete training sessions for summer camps.

£300 one-off gift

Could provide the subsidy required to fund each participant on FZY's hadracha (leadership) course.   

£9 per month

Could fund the Livnot programme for bogrim (university students).

£2,500 one-off gift

Could subsidise a participant on Year Course.

The impact of Covid-19

The Good News

FZY calls itself 'the movement that never stops moving'. Even in summer 2020, the movement was still facilitating a unique summer camp for approx 140 young people. It was a creative and adaptive way to build communities at this challenging time.

The Bad News

FZY is a non-profit organisation. It uses its programmes to fund themselves and to pay for its overheads — to keep the lights on. In 2020, some popular programmes were cancelled which left FZY without access to its normal income.

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