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 US Department of the Treasury.
Upcoming Missions to Cuba
To join us in Cuba, please complete this registration with a $500 non-refundable deposit per person. The final balance is due 60 days prior to departure. The final balance is not refundable for any reason after that date.
To complete your registration, you must submit a copy of your passport to firstname.lastname@example.org 24 hours.
The mission will depart from Miami International Airport early morning on the date of departure. Your program fee includes one overnight in Miami the night prior to departure.
IMPORTANT PASSPORT INFORMATION
To participate in a mission your passport must be valid for at least SIX MONTHS to the day after your ARRIVAL in Cuba. Please do not register until your passport meets this requirement. NOTE: Once you have submitted a valid passport as part of registration you cannot renew it as this will void your Cuban visa.
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