2023 Y2I Liability Release Form


    The undersigned hereby release and discharge: Lappin Foundation, its directors, officers, employees, agents, servants, volunteers, donors, and attorneys; G2 Travel, its directors, officers, employees, agents, servants, and attorneys; and Robert I. Lappin Charitable Foundation, its directors, officers, employees, agents, servants, volunteers, donors, and attorneys (collectively, the “organizers”) from liability in connection with any and all injuries or damages inflicted, or incurred, by the undersigned in connection with the trip organized by the aforementioned parties including, for purposes of illustration, and without limitation, the following:

    1. The organizers of Youth to Israel Adventure are not liable or responsible for injury or damage to persons or property in connection, whether directly or indirectly, with any of the following: transportation, accommodations, tour programs, or any other services when such injury or damage results from acts of God or nature, dangers incident to air and sea, fire, breakdown in machinery or equipment, acts of government or other authorities, war, terrorism, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, riots, thefts, pilferage, epidemics, quarantines, custom regulations, delays, cancellations in or changes to itinerary, scheduling, or from any other causes beyond the control of the organizers.

    2. There may be times during the trip when participants will not be under direct supervision of any staff member from the Lappin Foundations. The Code of Conduct and Statement of Responsibility is expected to be followed at all times.

    3. The organizers are not liable for any damages or expenses sustained by the participant as a result of any of the aforementioned causes or any other cause that is beyond the organizers’ control, and in the event it becomes necessary, advisable, or appropriate as determined by the organizers, for any reason whatsoever, to alter the itinerary and/or other arrangements, such alterations may be made without any penalty to the organizers. Any incurred damages, or expenses, shall be borne solely by the undersigned program participant and/or their legal guardian(s).

    4. The organizers reserve the right to withdraw the program should they determine that there will not be a sufficient number of participants or for any reason, the organizers determine, in their discretion, warrant withdrawal. The organizers reserve the right to decline, to accept or to retain any person as a member of the program. The organizers also reserve the right to dismiss a participant from the program at any time if the participant fails to follow the guidelines of the program or otherwise engages in behavior that the organizers, in their discretion, deem to be inappropriate and/or disruptive. In the event the organizers decide to dismiss a participant from the program, then all related costs, such as return to the United States, are incurred by the participant and/or their legal guardian(s).

    5. Participants must use the airline carrier selected by the organizers. However, the airline passage contract between the airline and the purchaser/participant, in use by the airline concerned at the time of issue, shall constitute the sole contract relating to air travel and the participant in the context of this trip/program. The organizers are not responsible for any claim related to air travel.

    6. While in Israel, only limited hospital and medical insurance coverage will be available. The organizers guarantee the existence of limited hospital or medical insurance coverage. The organizers strongly advise all parents/guardians of participants to review the insurance policy, and to acquire, or maintain, medical insurance policies that are in good standing and to ensure that overseas medical costs are covered by their respective policies. In view of statutory or contractual limitations, which may apply to personal injury or property damage/loss, the organizers further suggest that participants acquire, or maintain, additional appropriate insurance for accidents and baggage as well.

    7. Prescription drugs must be in sufficient quantities to last for the entire duration of the trip. Some medications cannot be obtained in Israel as either they are under different name or are banned for use. Medication cannot be shipped over or if sent by mail it will take few months to clear customs. It is the sole responsibility of the participants to ensure sufficient supply of prescribed medicine.

    8. By submitting an application to Lappin Foundation, the applicant consents that such application, and all letters, papers, and statements received, as well as the data Lappin Foundation may accumulate in connection with such application, are the sole and exclusive property of Lappin Foundation.

    By selecting "We Accept" using any device, means or action, you consent to the legally binding terms and conditions of this Agreement. You further agree that your signature on this document (hereafter referred to as your "E-Signature") is as valid as if you signed the document in writing.


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