Robert Israel Lappin
Youth to Israel Adventure (Y2I)
Y2I is more than a trip; it’s a life-changing adventure!
Established in 1970
The 2022 Y2I trip will take place from July 2-July 14, 2023.
2023 Y2I is open to Jewish teens who:
- Are sophomores or juniors in high school as of September 1, 2022
- Reside in Lappin Foundation’s North Shore and Merrimack Valley service areas or other communities in the CJP’s service area
Teens who do not live in these service areas, but whose family belongs to a Jewish organization in Lappin Foundation’s North Shore service area, qualify for Y2I.
For more information about 2023 Y2I, please contact Sharon Wyner at 978-565-4450 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
The goal of Y2I is Jewish continuity. Y2I was established in 1970 by philanthropist Robert Israel Lappin (of blessed memory), who believed the teen Israel experience is the most effective way to build Jewish pride, connect young people to Israel, and imbue them with love and responsibility for our Jewish Family. Key to Y2I’s success is the fully subsidized community teen trip to Israel. More than 3,000 Jewish teens have participated in Y2I since 1970.
2023 Y2I warmly welcomes Jewish teens from interfaith families. Teens of all abilities and Jewish backgrounds are invited to apply, regardless of level of Jewish observance, Jewish education, or Jewish affiliation.
The 12-day Israel adventure is fully subsidized thanks to generous support from our donors and CJP.