Missions to Cuba
Join your fellow B’nai B’rith members and friends on a voyage of religious discovery and humanitarian goodwill today! The B’nai B’rith Cuban Jewish Relief Project has been building personal connections in Cuba for nearly 20 years, and the strength of that relationship with our Cuban family only continues to grow with each new mission.
With an experienced B’nai B’rith group leader and an expert English speaking guide, you can expect your Cuban mission to offer a meaningful, personal exchange with the Cuban Jewish community while contributing to decades of B’nai B’rith impact.
Get to know the Cuban leaders who are working to preserve their Jewish communities. Learn about the history of Jews in Cuba, and help support their future by bringing much needed supplies. Share in Shabbat services and other activities with the local congregations. Help B’nai B’rith reinforce the bonds of fellowship with our Cuban brothers and sisters while enjoying the island’s vibrant Caribbean culture.
Cuba is changing rapidly – now is the time to plan your Cuba experience!
The B’nai B’rith Cuban Jewish Relief Mission operates legal, semi-annual religious missions under a general religious license issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Upcoming Missions to Cuba
December 2017 Mission
December 12 – 17, 2017
In light of the devastation produce by Hurricane Irma in Cuba that has left 50 percent of the country without vital services and innumerable buildings damaged, we are adding a disaster relief component to the focus of our annual Chanukah mission.
This trip will include two onsite disaster relief volunteer days where it is most needed. At this time, we are waiving our standard $500 contribution to the Cuban Jewish Relief Project for participants to make this volunteer mission more affordable.
Starting at the NEW PRICE of $2,595 per person
Please confirm your participation by Sept. 28
Payment plans available on request
For more information on ways to get involved in the Cuban Jewish Relief Project or for mission registration, please contact:
B'nai B'rith Cuban
Jewish Relief Project
B'nai B'rith International
1120 20th St NW
Suite 300 N.
Washington, DC 20036