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Wherever you can find Reform Jewish teenagers, you will also find NFTY!

As the youth arm of the Union for Reform Judaism, NFTY (North American Federation of Temple Youth) brings together teens from over 450 Temple Youth Groups (TYGs) throughout the United States and Canada. These TYGs are in turn divided into 19 regions. NFTY Regional events bring teens together at many times during the year for learning, fun, worship, community service, and fellowship. Our programs help young Jewish adults throughout to build and strengthen lifetime ties with each other and Reform Judaism.

NFTY was founded in 1939 at the urging of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods (now the WRJ) in order to provide an outlet for young people to engage in the life of their synagogues.

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NFTY Garden Empire Region
Congregations in NFTY-GER

NFTY-GER brings together Reform Jewish Teens from New Jersey and parts of New York, including Warwick, the home of our URJ Kutz Camp, National Leadership Center.

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NFTY New York Area Region
Congregations in NFTY-NAR

NFTY-NAR brings together Reform Jewish Teens from New York City, the Westchester/Fairfield area, Long Island, and tropical Puerto Rico.

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NFTY Pennsylvania Area Region
Congregations in NFTY-PAR

NFTY-PAR brings together Reform Jewish Teens from Pennsylvania and western New Jersey.

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NFTY Mid-Atlantic Region
Congregations in NFTY-MAR

NFTY-MAR brings together Reform Jewish Teens from North Carolina, eastern West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, Delaware and far-eastern Tennessee.

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NFTY Northeast Region
Congregations in NFTY-NE

NFTY-NE brings together Reform Jewish Teens from Upstate New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Montreal, Canada.

 
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