Meet Alexander and Joshua Ferenczi, two remarkable young men who shared a special bond with our boys in Israel during their Bar Mitzvah Twinning Celebration years ago. Today, they have blossomed into delightful adults who hold dear the cherished memories they created at Migdal Ohr. We recently had the pleasure of reconnecting with them at Benisty’s family wedding.
It’s truly heartwarming to witness the long-lasting impact of our Bar Mitzvah Twinning program. When we bring together young individuals, magic happens. The bonds they form and the experiences they share create lifelong connections and unforgettable memories.
Alexander and Joshua’s journey started with their Bar Mitzvah twinning experience at Migdal Ohr. They stood side by side with our boys, not just in celebration of their Jewish rite of passage, but also in solidarity and support. Their visit left an indelible mark on their hearts and ignited a passion for making a difference in the lives of others.
Today, as delightful adults, they continue to hold dear the cherished memories they created at Migdal Ohr. The impact of that experience is evident in the way they carry themselves and in the values they hold close. Their commitment to giving back and their empathy towards others serve as an inspiration to us all.
We recently had the pleasure of reconnecting with Alexander and Joshua at Benisty’s family wedding. The joy and excitement of reminiscing about their time together at Migdal Ohr were palpable. It was a beautiful reminder of the lasting bonds forged through our programs and the ripple effect they have in shaping lives.
If you’re interested in learning more about Bar Mitzvah twinning and how it can create meaningful connections and transformative experiences, click here for additional information.
Together, we can continue to nurture these extraordinary connections and empower young minds to make a positive impact on the world.
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