Israel travel and aliyah


  • Israeli Government Tourist Office – Midwest
    205 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 2520
    Chicago, IL 60601
    [email protected]

  • HIAS – Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society – Chicago
    216 W Jackson St, Suite 700
    Chicago, IL 60606
    5150 W Golf Rd
    Skokie, IL 60077

  • Jewish Agency (Chicago Office)
    10024 Skokie Blvd, Ste 234
    Skokie, Il 60077
    [email protected]

  • El Al Israel Airlines

  • USCJ (United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism)
    The Masorti Guide to Aliyah

  • USCJ Conservative Movement Israel Trips you can

  • USCJ Family Israel Experience
    This dynamic Israel travel program features many of Israel’s natural and modern wonders – Jerusalem, Caesarea on the Mediterranean,
    Tiberius, Masada, the Dead Sea and Tel Aviv. The program has a multi-generational approach with activities designed for youth, teens, adults and even active grandparents! All of your senses will
    be filled with the life, smells, tastes, sounds, and texture of modern Israel.

    Our Family Israel Experience also provides the opportunity to celebrate your child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah in Israel – or even celebrate the
    anniversary of your own Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Our B’nai Mitzvah ceremony takes place on top of Masada in one of the oldest synagogues in the world.

  • USCJ Hazak Israel Experience for Adults

  • CAARI (Canadians and Americans Active Retired in Israel)
    CAARI offers an in-depth view of Israel for active seniors by providing them the opportunity to immerse themselves in local culture and to
    connect with Israel’s vibrant people. The CAARI Program includes community service, tours, a speakers’ forum and the camaraderie with a group of 30 or more participants. You can select from 2 - 7 week program options.

  • Nefesh b'Nefesh
    50 Eisenhower Drive
    Paramus, NJ 07652
       The core mission of NBN is to revitalize Aliyah and to substantially increase the number of future Olim by removing the professional, logistical and financial obstacles that prevent many individuals
    from actualizing their dreams. In the process of fulfilling our mission, we aim to educate and inspire the Jews of the Diaspora as to the centrality of the Jewish State to the Jewish people and its desirability as a Jewish home. Such enhanced awareness will send an unmistakable signal of Anglo-Israeli Jewish solidarity and of our
    mutual determination to strengthen the State of Israel and thereby increase the likelihood of an ever expanding Aliyah reality.