Passport to Israel is an easy and affordable incentive savings program which helps provide students with necessary funds to have a life-long, unforgettable educational Israel experience.
Passport to Israel is administered by the The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia sets aside matching funds to be added to monies saved by Passport to Israel families to be used for approved Israel experiences.
Passport to Israel is a partnership of Jewish families with Jewish schools and the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.
Students in grades three (3) through eight (8) are eligible for Passport to Israel membership if they are enrolled in formal Jewish education programs within the five county Philadelphia area; are members of a participating synagogue and attend formal Jewish education; or are active participants in approved informal Jewish education programs.
For each year that a family sets aside the required minimum savings in their special Passport to Israel account, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia will set aside $200 per year for seven years (up to $1,400 in total) toward that child's future Israel experience.
F.A.Q.'S ON PTI:
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How can my child become a Passport to Israel member?
How does Passport to Israel really work?
What about the Federation's contribution?
What are some of the program's guidelines?
My child is ready for an Israel Experience. What do we have to do?
What if my child never goes to Israel?
How do I get more information about the Passport to Israel program?
What are the Rules of Participation?
Passport to Israel Forms -- Please click on the links below. Forms will open in Word.
In order to enroll in PTI, please complete the "New Account" form and either of the Enrollment Forms.
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