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YI Love Jewish is a Florida 501(c)3 Public Charity
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When You Support YI Love Jewish, You:
By developing and promoting cultural programs and events for Jewish Institutions.
By providing cultural learning opportunities for local communities, schools and organizations.
By powering a global clearinghouse for cultural events, information and resources.
By providing turn-key marketing solutions for cultural organizations and programs.
By providing educational and financial support for aspiring artists and authors.
By developing comprehensive fundraising programs for cultural organization.
YI Love Jewish
For years, Jewish identity has been changing in America and throughout the world.
Recent studies have shown that as many as one in five American Jews or 22% describe themselves as having no religion at all. The number of millennials – those born after 1980 – that see themselves as having no religious affiliation with Judaism is approaching 40%. Secularism has a long tradition in Jewish life in America, and most U.S. Jews seem to recognize this: 62% say being Jewish is mainly a matter of ancestry and culture, while just 15% say it is mainly a matter of religion. Even among Jews by religion, more than half or 55% say being Jewish is mainly a matter of ancestry and culture.
Secular or cultural Jews are not only less religious but also much less connected to Jewish organizations and much less likely to be raising their children Jewish. In fact, two-thirds of secular Jews say they are not raising their children Jewish or partially Jewish.
The Yiddishkayt Initiative is committed to reversing these trends by advancing Jewish CULTURAL identity and a sense of community among today’s Jews through exposure to varied Jewish programs, publications and events.