RSY-Netzer strongly believes that our young people should have the opportunity to take part in our events and we strive to support this in every way we can. Financial assistance is available through Reform Judaism to applicants who can’t meet the full cost of the programme.
Reform Judaism aims to offer young people the opportunity to take part in Shemesh through financial
assistance funds that will assist individuals as far as possible based on a means tested process. There is complete confidentiality throughout the process and the identities of the recipients of financial assistance remain anonymous.
If you are in a financial situation where you are unable to afford the full cost of the programme please tick the appropriate box on the online Enrolment Form. RSY-Netzer will then contact you with details on how to apply for financial assistance.
If you are applying for financial assistance you will still be asked to pay the £275 deposit. Financial assistance must be applied for by 2 March 2018. Applications received after this date may not be considered. We are sorry that we can’t accept late applications as once our fund has been allocated it is then closed for the year. There is no cancellation charge applicable in cases where Financial Assistance is requested (by the deadline), but where the RSY-Netzer strongly believes that our young people should have the opportunity to take part in our events and we strive to support this in every way we can.
Please note that your name and details will only be shared with the Financial Assistance Committee and the Senior Administrator and will be kept completely confidential.
Financial assistance is available for Winter Events, Summer Events Israel Tour and Shnat