Wine on the Vine and Hitorerut in Jerusalem Present: L’Chaim to Olim! Yom HaAliyah Party
Join us on Tuesday, November 5 at The First Station, Jerusalem for an epic celebration for Yom HaAliyah — the day we acknowledge Aliyah as a core value of Israel and recognize the ongoing contributions of Olim to the country. Party the night away to celebrate our lives here in Israel — Olim, tzabarim, locals and visitors alike are all welcome!
Wine on the Vine’s signature unlimited wine bar will be serving wine from Israeli wineries across the country, and their in-house DJ – DJ Osher – will be spinning the best of Israeli music all night long.
The event will also feature an awards ceremony for Olim who have made significant contributions to Israel since making Aliyah. Nominate a peer for an award by sending us a DM!
If you’re an Oleh — or if you know one — come celebrate this special day with us!
About Wine on the Vine:
Wine on the Vine seeks to support and advance the Israeli wine industry by providing opportunities for people to connect to Israel via its wine. As the flagship program of The Israel Innovation Fund, Wine on the Vine’s mission is to share and export Israeli culture — in this case, its wine — around the world. We offer winery tours, wine tastings, and the opportunity to plant grapevines at our partner wineries across the country — it’s the new, 21st century way to establish a personal connect to Israel, grow the land, and support the businesses and people working to produce the finest Israeli products.
Hitorerut is Jerusalem’s largest pluralist-Zionist party. We work in the city and in the government to help Jerusalem’s Zionist population, from the secular to the religious Zionist, thrive. Our efforts to this point have centered on culture, business, economic development and transportation.
Hitorerut is a grassroots party that relies on engaged citizens to impact their city! Activists make up teams covering different topics such as olim, education, housing and religion. Each team creates programming and advises council members in their respective field, directly impacting policy decisions. If you feel that you want to pitch in, then we’ll help find the team for you!
ABOUT TIIF: The Israel Innovation Fund (TIIF) is registered in the U.S. as a 501(c)3 non-profit and in Israel as a nonprofit organization. Our headquarters is in the Neve Tzedek neighborhood of Tel Aviv and we sponsor activities in Jerusalem, all over Israel and in North America. Our vision is to reignite the Zionist spirit in the 21st century by connecting people around the world to Israel through the vibrancy and creativity of contemporary Israeli culture. Learn more at www.tiif.org