Students Against Terrorism is a student-run organization associated with Yavneh Academy of Dallas. Our goal is to demonstrate solidarity with Israel and provide support for victims of terror in Israel. The organization is committed to raising awareness in Dallas about the devastating effects of terrorism on Israeli citizens.
In March of 2002, six Yavneh Academy of Dallas high school students attended a Yeshiva University-sponsored leadership conference in Connecticut. It focused on active leadership and various ways to help combat terror in Israel. After the insightful and motivational conference, the students returned to Dallas to share their thoughts with other students. The result was the formation of Students Against Terrorism.
The Israeli Trauma Coalition is a non-profit partnership of organizations dedicated to aiding victims of terror, both mentally and physically, as well as building community resilience in Israel and globally to ensure a sustainable future. Working with both governmental agencies and NGO’s, ITC is active across Israel and the world in strengthening emergency preparedness and long-term rehabilitation. The $50,000 donation will directly towards initiatives to build community resilience, emergency-preparedness centers, and the provision of cutting-edge training and treatment methods.
Each team must raise a minimum of $200 in sponsorships that will be donated to Israeli Trauma Coalition. Additionally, teams will pay a $33 registration fee. When registering, only purchase one ticket per team, not per person! All donations can be mailed in before the event to Yavneh Academy of Dallas (see address below) or can be turned in on the day of the tournament. All checks should be made payable to Students Against Terrorism.
Yavneh Academy of Dallas 12324 Merit Drive Dallas, Texas 75251
Division #1: 1-2 Grade
Division #2: 3-4 Grade Boys
Division #3: 3-4 Grade Girls
Division #4: 5-6 Grade Boys
Division #5: 5-6 Grade Girls
Division #6: 7-8 Grade Boys
Division #7: 7-8 Grade Girls
Division #8: High School Boys
Division #9: High School Girls
Division #10: Adult Men