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"Jewish Revival" Project
Organization of volunteer actions, taking into account the needs of members of the Jewish community. Holding holidays, master classes, classes for the elderly, children, teenagers, parents, volunteer singers, actors, etc.
Coordinator: Shuliman Valeria
E-mail: [email protected]
Адрес: Zarbog str. 52
Last news and events from volunteer centers
Children and teenagers from the "Jewish Revival" project, along with the theatrical studio "Mayak," organized and performed a concert for the elderly!
On October 15, 2023, the "Jewish Revival" project organized and held an event dedicated to the holiday of Sukkot.
In anticipation of Rosh Hashanah, the volunteers from Tashkent baked challahs for the elderly clients of Hesed.
On September 10, 2023, in the "Jewish Renaissance" project, a creative evening was held featuring the renowned writer and director, Vladimir Bagramov.
Master class on embroidery was held as part of the "Children's World" program
Master class on making amulets for young participants of the summer program "Children's World".
Here, children and teenagers master the art of cooking Jewish traditional cuisines and other delicious dishes with great enthusiasm.
Master class on making dolls inspired by the unique fairy tales of the Danish writer G.H. Andersen.
Our giftcards from children and teenagers are made with love and gratitude!
Stories from volunteers
My name is Valval. I am fond of programming, clay modeling and overall modeling. In 2014, I organized the club of intellectual games "What? Where? When?" within the framework of the project "Jewish revival" of the city of Tashkent. From 2018 to 2019, I conducted classes in the Young Kulibin program. I currently teach classes in the programs "Grandma Blogger" and "Programming for Teens". I am also a computer administrator at all events held within the framework of the JR project. I have been attending the JR project classes since my childhood, starting from the age of three, and actively participate in all its activities.
My name is Rasima and I was introduced to the Jewish Revival project by bringing my two year old son to the Mazal Tov program. Seeing the colossal work of the leader and teachers of the project, I wanted to contribute. At first, I helped draw posters for events, rehearsed sketches with children, organized holidays and matinees for children with their parents. Later, I started writing quest scripts and conducting them for children. Most of all I like to see the happy faces of children and their parents. The "Jewish Revival" project provides a unique opportunity for self-realization, helping people, implementing their ideas and learning new things. My son has been participating in the Mazal Tov program for five years already, and for me the main indicator of the benefits of these classes is that during all this time my child has never refused them. You can't fool a child's heart.
Hello, my name is Vyacheslav Tomlin, and I have been a regular participant in the JR project since childhood. I am now 21 years old, and over the course of my participation in the project, I have experienced many unforgettable moments. Since the age of 10, I have actively taken part in various events, workshops, seminars, and summer camps, gaining a wealth of skills and impressions.
I have been a participant in programs, and now I actively assist in conducting activities for children of primary and middle school age. I always take the initiative and gladly respond to everything happening in our center. With the kids, we play active and intellectual games, bake goodies for Hesed, and in the summer, I help in the day camp as a counselor.
The center has become not just a place but a second home for me. It is always cozy and warm here, and I willingly participate in all events and initiatives in our friendly community.
My name is Natalya, in ordinary life I am a director and actress of the Academic Theater of Russian Drama in Tashkent. When I work in the programs of the Jewish Revival project, I feel like a magician, a creator. For more than 4 years I have been participating in the "Birthday Day" project, where I sing for grandparents. I am incredibly pleased to see their faces decorated with charming smiles! In the summer of 2017, I began staging a play based on the story by I. Bashevis-Singer "Three Wishes" with the participation of children and adolescents. In this performance, I again was able to show all my creative abilities. I think we did really well! In November 2017, I staged the Hanukkah performance "How Hershele Hanukkah Saved from Demons" with the participation of teenagers from the "Jewish Revival" project. Since September 2019, I have been participating in the volunteer project "Holiday Light in Every Home" and I am happy to perform both in Tashkent and Samarkand. Such volunteer work gives me real pleasure, because I can do what I like, give good spontaneously and from the bottom of my heart!
My name is Oksana. I brought my daughter to the Jewish Community Center three years ago. She eagerly attends classes and events held in our center.
The atmosphere in it contributes to bringing people of different ages together. Not only do our children find friends here, but we, the adults, also find ourselves here. My husband Andrei and I actively participate in the life of the center. Our professional activities allow us to provide equipment and household appliance repair services in the center absolutely free of charge.
In this way, we support our center and happily take part in family projects. We are ready to share our knowledge and experience with the children attending classes in our warm, cozy home.
My name is Yuliana Berkovich. In 2010, I came to the Jewish community center with my eldest son. I began to attend creative circles and actively help in the design of stands and exhibitions. Soon I became a volunteer and started to lead the "Creative Workshop" project in Hesed. Since the summer of 2022, I have been organizing and hosting master classes for children and teenagers at the Jewish Community Center. My youngest son also attends the center's programs. At these workshops, we sew dolls together from various materials, make crafts from leather, felt and yarn. This lesson brings me real pleasure, and the joyful faces of the children convince me that my knowledge and experience are very valuable and useful.
My name is Larisa. I have a background in biology and physiology and graduated from the Uzbek National University. Currently, I work at the Institute of Immunology and Human Genomics. My heart is filled with passions, and I am always on the lookout for new hobbies: embroidery, knitting, painting, hiking, and board games are just a few of my diverse interests. Three years ago, my son started attending the "Mazal-Tov" program. It's an amazing initiative that opens up a world of knowledge and creativity to children. Within this program, they expand their horizons, learn to communicate, create crafts, and participate in exciting contests. "Mazal-Tov" sessions enrich children with life experiences and valuable skills. I would like to contribute to "Mazal-Tov" by introducing children to the fascinating world of microscopy. Imagine how interesting it would be for children to discover how ordinary things look in a microscopic scale. Every little explorer asks themselves, "What's happening inside?"
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