Payments & Scholarship

Workshop 70 Program Cost

Americans:​ $18,400 USD

Canadians: $14,100 USD

*Price including food, accommodation, health insurance and educational excursions in Israel. Price does not include flights, but our office is able to help families fly together if interested.

 

We are able to arrange alternate payment plans for  families who cannot meet the schedule listed above. Please email Bekah Diamond-Bier, our Finance Director, at finance@habonimdror.org to discuss the possibility of setting up a separate payment plan.

Methods of Payment

Acceptable methods of payment for the Workshop program are: US money order, US check, and/or credit card. Please send your checks made out to:

Habonim Dror North America

254 36th Street #B423

Brooklyn, NY 11232

USA

Scholarship

Many scholarships exist for Israel programs. Habonim Dror has a modest scholarship fund that you can also apply to HERE. We also suggest asking any Jewish institutions, such as federations or synagogues, to see if they have scholarships available. Our office can also offer payment plans to help ease the financial challenge of Workshop. Linked HERE is a list of local scholarships you may be eligible for!

​Canadian Payment Dates

February 1, 2020

Completed registration and first deposit of $1,500 USD ($400 non-refundable)

June 15, 2020

Payment of $3,200 USD due 

August 15, 2020

Payment of $3,200 USD due 

December 1, 2020

Payment of $3,200 USD due

February 1, 2021

$3,000 USD, or remaining balance due

​American Payment Dates

February 1, 2020

Completed registration and first deposit of $1,500 USD ($400 non-refundable)

June 15, 2020

Payment of $4,500 USD due 

August 15, 2020

Payment of $4,500 USD due 

December 1, 2020

Payment of $4,500 USD due

February 1, 2021

$3,400 USD, or remaining balance due

Kupa

One unique aspect of the Habonim Dror Workshop program is the kupa (communal fund). This communal fund is used to cover all expenses not covered by the program, such as travel and entertainment. Kupa provides an avenue through which kvutza (group) members can demonstrate a commitment to one another through communal living and a responsibility for one another’s needs. It is recommended that each participant contribute $1800 - $2300 to the kupa. Each workshop kvutza (group) will set up a bank account which will hold their kupa, and they will have autonomy to decide how they want to manage that money.

 

Please include your kupa amount with your second Workshop payment.

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