Welcome to NFTY's Northeast Region! NFTY-NE brings together Reform Jewish Teens from Upstate New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Montreal, Canada. Our members come together at many times during the year for learning, fun, worship, community service, and fellowship. NFTY-NE helps young Jewish adults build and strengthen lifetime ties with each other and Reform Judaism. More about NFTY-NE >

NFTY-NE News
Learn about the amendment that will be proposed at our Regional Board meeting in December.
Congratulations to NUTSY on hosting a marvelous regional Conclavette!
Congratulations!
NFTY-NE Blog

MVP Monday: How to Publicize Your Event

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Bringing together creative and innovative publicizing tactics from NFTY-GER and NE provided us with a large amount of information and many different options to share with you. We invite you to communicate with one another to share useful and effective advertising techniques to help our regions have fun while also encouraging people to sign up for events. Networking with one another as well as partnering with your advisors is the best way to get the creativity flowing! Now that you’ve got the tools, go out and publicize!

#ThrowbackThursday: NEL, NAR, NE, NW, SO, OV, PAR, SAR Fall!

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Eight, count 'em, EIGHT NFTY regions celebrated fall events this weekend, the most so far in one weekend this year! You will not want to miss out on the fun!

NFTY-RCVP: A Reflection and a Thank-You to NFTY Northeast

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The event was wonderful. The board did a great job, I loved being able to meet the participants, whether it was one new songleader from a recently disengaged youth group, AISH, the two boys from Concord, NH, or the well-known Presidents of larger TYGs. NFTY Northeast’s LTI was a few hours packed with enough kavannah, neshama, and ahava to last months.
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