KKL-JNF Office Opens in New Zealand

KKL-JNF is happy to announce the opening of its 22nd branch around the world, this time in New Zealand.

By KKL-JNF
April 3, 2014 16:56
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KKL-JNF Office Opens in New Zealand-1. (photo credit: KKL-JNF)

 
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 KKL-JNF is happy to announce the opening of its 22nd branch around the world, this time in New Zealand. 

This new office, in New Zealand, which has been re-established few months ago, is lead by KKL-JNF New Zealand President Rachel Korpus with the assistance of office manager, Idit Forester.  


Serving on the Executive Committee are Neil Rothbart, Matthew Abel, and Jack Wilton of Auckland, and Liz Gianoutsos of Wellington. 


This new leadership and the Jewish community of New Zealand are very excited about educating the young generations of Kiwis, Jews and non-Jews alike, about the amazing work done by KKL-JNF both nationally and internationally.


A plan to encourage planting a tree in Israel and launch a Blue Box campaign is already underway, with the help of our greater online presence and use of social media. 



For further information, comments or permission please contact
Ahuva Bar-Lev
KKL-JNF – Information and Internet Department

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