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ATID at Sinai Temple
May 25, 2011

I am selective in what I choose to dedicate my time to in the Jewish Community. Atid and the Atid Director + Board attract a large number of people, activities and, as a board, we are open to new ideas.

There is something for everyone: outdoor hiking or kayaking; Shabbat @ Homes; wine & cheese; torah studies. Any level of faith or Jewish culture can be had, as well as the people you meet.

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I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Friendships I have made for hopefully a lifetime; the ATID Director's coaching groups and goal setting; participating in my Jewish cultural on a regular basis.

Ways to make it better...

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Poll members and see what they would like. Find positive ways to increase membership, even though we are a good amount.. how to further engage current members.

Board Member & I aided in organizing Shabbat @ Homes and hopefully inspired others to take a lead role: ie. when I spoke at a Shabbat about what Shabbat means to me. .

ATID at Sinai Temple
October 30, 2009

Community. Belonging. Friends. These the the meaningful words that surround the Atid Family. Since 2007, I have been involved with Atid. The leaders - Stacey Zackin & Rabbi Nicole Guzik are incredible.. and irreplaceable. I thank them and the organization for making me want to build upon my life in LA, where I grew up. I had broken up from a long-term boyfriend at the time when I joined Atid's Coaching Havurah in 2007.. I was unemployed and lonely and Atid replaced that emptiness with support and love.

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The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

giving, and and outside their office hours. I look forward to the Rabbi marrying me one day.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every month

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?


Volunteer & on the Atid Leadership Committee to plan Holiday events. Member of the Atid Coaching Havurah.