Joining the Na'amod Movement
We’re thrilled that you want to join Na’amod, and can’t wait to have you on board!
Orientations are the way we usually bring new Na'amodniks into the movement. They are interactive days that enable you to become actively involved in organisation of our movement, and planning our campaigns. If you can't attend an orientation or would prefer not to, you can sign up here for other ways to actively support the movement.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, we are running online orientations. They generally run across two Sunday afternoons - we ask participants to be present at both sessions as we'll be going through really important info at each of them.
On this page we ask for some basic information. Over the next two pages, we’ll tell you about Na’amod and about what our orientations involve, and confirm you want to join us. We’ll finish by asking a few more questions to help us ensure that we meet your needs at orientation.
If you have any questions about any aspect of this form please email
What age range are you in?
Do you identify as Jewish?
Na'amod is a movement for people who identify as Jewish. We welcome Jews of all observances, denominations and backgrounds, including Jews of colour, Jews by choice and Jews from secular or interfaith families. Although we do not have non-Jews as members, we work with and welcome the support of non-Jews in different ways.
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