Young Jewish leaders in Miami broke a serious sweat – for Israeli Army soldiers Sunday, September 14!

The Friends of the IDF (FIDF) Young Leadership Florida Region organized a special “Sunday Shvitz” session (“shvitz” is the Yiddish word for sweat) that will turn hours of intense workouts into donations for well-being and educational programs that help the men and women of the IDF.

The “Sunday Shvitz” is part of an ongoing initiative to care for the well-being of the community while taking care of the well-being of Israel’s soldiers. The Young Leadership Division plans to continue this important initiative by inviting the community to more fitness events in the future. Our next Shvitz event will be November 16, Zumba!The next big Young Professional event with over 700 Young Professionals in attendance will be FIDF 10th Annual Casino Night Gala. Proceeds will benefit scholarships for the soldiers and the Golani Brigade.

For more details regarding the “Sunday Shvitz” events, please contact Lauren Masuzzo at or call (305) 354-8233.

About Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF):FIDF was established in 1981 by a group of Holocaust survivors as a 501(C)(3) not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing and supporting educational, social, cultural, and recreational programs and facilities for the heroic men and women of the IDF. Today, FIDF has more than 120,000 loyal supporters, and 15 regional offices throughout the U.S. and Panama. FIDF proudly offers its support to the IDF soldiers and their families through a variety of unique and innovative programs. These opportunities reinforce the vital bond between the communities in the United States, the soldiers of the IDF, and the State of Israel. For more information, please visit:
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