Everyone between the ages of 15 to 25 years old, is invited to show us their creative talents and understanding of inclusion for a chance to win prizes up to $600. All video submissions must be received by Sunday, January 24.
Inclusion powered by Calgary Jewish Federation is committed building, nuturing, maintaining and supporting, a welcoming and inclusive Jewish community. We are dedicated to raising awareness, fostering acceptance, and including Jewish people with disabilities and mental health conditions, and those who love them.
Flagship programs and initiatives of Inclusion include Jewish Disabilities Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month (JDAIM), Kesher, Kesher Tikkun Olam, Inclusive education, and professional development.
Kesher means connection. We may be in physical isolation, but we can stay connected. You're invited to join a sing-along, or presentation by your favourite rabbi, cantor, or Calgary talent. We meet every Thursday at 4pm.
For more information about any of the listed events, programs, and initiatives, or inquiries about Inclusion in Calgary's Jewish community, email Federation's Inclusion Manager, Karina Szulc or call 403-389-6994.
Kesher is a reverse inclusion program for adults with disabilities, often working in collaboration with community partners and other Federation programs on volunteer and recreational activities. To learn more,
Calgary Jewish Federation offers a wide range of inclusive education and professional development opportunities for parents, educators, the general public, and more.
Calgary Jewish Federation works to include people with disabilities and mental health conditions various opportunities to serve the community, often working in partnership with others.