Shalom and welcome to NFTY's Southwest Region! NFTY is a movement that builds strong, welcoming, inspired communities through teen-powered engagement. Together, we pursue tikkun olam, personal growth, youth empowerment, and deep connections, all rooted in Reform Judaism.NFTY’s Southwest Region (NFTY-SW) encompasses Arizona; New Mexico; Las Vegas, NV; and El Paso, TX. More about NFTY-SW >

After a 5 year hiatus we will be returning to Camp Stein for Fall Kallah. We need staff! Apply today and save the date.
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NFTY-SW Junior Youth Social Action Weekend Event Recap

All of our participants arrived safely and on time and we jumped right in to the evening by meeting the teen and adult leaders. We played a few getting to know you games together and welcomed Shabbat with candle lighting and blessings. We enjoyed Shabbat dinner and then moved into services led by our professional song leader, Rachel Mylan. After dinner, we played more games to get to know each other. By the end of the evening, I could see that this group was already making connections and were happy to be together. After our mixers we experienced our first closing friendship circle and learned the NFTY cheer. Then we headed to our host homes for a good night's sleep.

NFTY-SW Spring Kallah 2015 Recap

Spring Kallah was an incredible weekend, and I wouldn't have expected anything less after what has been a truly outstanding year. Thanks to all our parents, staff, congregations, rabbis, and participants for making it one to remember! We will miss the graduating class of 2015, but your legacies will stay with us forever. You have led us with positivity, inclusivity, creativity, and class, and you will always be remembered and appreciated.

What Can You Do On This #GIVINGTUESDAY?

We have Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. This year, I challenge you to think about Giving Tuesday, an international day of giving. On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, families, communities, and NFTYites around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. As the NFTY-SW SAVP, here are some suggestions of what to on Tuesday.
What is your favorite kind of Social Action project for SAW?
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