Help send Israel to the World Cup
"My Jewish identity and heritage have always been a very important part of my life, so I couldn’t be more proud to have the opportunity to represent Israel while playing the sport that I love. To me, Israel has always represented a place of convergence and a place that my family has and will consider ours, and I am very excited to strengthen that connection."
"The most memorable moment of my lacrosse career was the day that I committed to play for my college team at Dartmouth. It showed me that people who were big in the lacrosse world believed in me and thought that I could develop into a college-level lacrosse player. This caused me to believe more in myself and led me on a path to competing on the world stage."
"I will be playing for Aviv Lenitzolei Hashoah (Spring for Holocaust Survivors) in honor of my family. Aviv Lenitzolei Hashoah is the only agency in Israel that trains volunteers, professionals and Holocaust survivors in all aspects of realization of survivors' rights. The organizations' goal is to bring information to both professionals and survivors as quickly as possible, so all Holocaust survivors will be able to live their lives with dignity and in the comfort they deserve, and that they receive respectful and proper treatment from the various agencies assisting them."
Julia Szafman — Goal
Donate $25 — one ticket
(includes free pin)
Donate $100 — five tickets
(includes free t-shirt)
Donate — other amount
Team Goal: $100000
Win my game-worn autographed Israel National Team jersey! Donation Drawing Tickets are $25 each (includes free Israel Lacrosse pin), or five for $100 (includes free Israel Lacrosse t-shirt; pictured to the right!). Click Donate above!
A limited number of drawing tickets are available for $25 each (or $100 for 5). To buy a ticket and support Team Israel, please click the Donate button above. In addition to transporting, housing, and feeding me and my teammates at the World Cup, a portion of the proceeds will be donated directly to Aviv Lenitzolei Hashoah.