Maccabi Alumni Birthright Israel Trip

SUMMER 2019 – Maccabi Canada Alumni: Birthright Israel Trip!


Maccabi Canada is looking to partner with Canada Israel Experience to launch the first ever Maccabi Canada Alumni: Birthright Israel Trip!

FREE 10-day trip open to all Maccabi Canada alumni who are eligible for a general Birthright Israel trip (see here for eligibility)
Athletes between the ages of 18-24 (born between the years of 1995 – 2001 and will be between the ages of 18-24 by May 1, 2019)
This trip would include all of the same amazing Birthright Israel highlights like floating in the Dead Sea, riding camels, hiking up Masada, visiting the Western Wall, kayaking down the Jordan River, and soaking up the sun on the Tel Aviv beach! Plus, you will get a taste of what life is like as an Israeli athlete, while visiting some of the biggest sports and recreation centres Israel has to offer. What better way to experience all of this than with your fellow alumni from your past Maccabi games journey who share the same passions as you. It’s like a huge reunion – in Israel!

Alumni interested in this amazing trip for summer 2019 and which time period works please take a minute to fill out the


If you are not of eligible age for this alumni trip and have not been on Birthright Israel yet, we encourage you to register for a general trip in the near future! To learn more and to sign up, please visit

About Birthright Israel: Canada Israel Experience
Through the gift of a free 10-day trip to Israel, Birthright Israel with Canada Israel Experience aims to strengthen Jewish identity, local Jewish communities, and create a strong and individual connection to Israel. We want young Jewish people across Canada to come to Israel: see it, experience it, talk about it, and think about what Israel means for them and the Jewish people. With CIE, these 10-days in Israel will be a whirlwind of self-exploration, new friends, and creating unforgettable memories. Canada Israel Experience (CIE) is the only Canadian trip organizer for Birthright Israel.