About The Nachliel Project
The goal of the Nachliel Project is to provide engaging opportunities for English speaking Torah Jewry from the diaspora to see that living in Eretz Yisrael is today more attainable and attractive than ever. Through our various outreach initiatives, we provide a window for chareidi Jews from abroad to read, see and experience different facets of English speaking chareidi life that already exist in Eretz Yisrael and to encourage and inspire them to realize the future possibilities that are waiting for them here- the place where they belong.
Our outreach initiatives include:
- Inspiring, documentary videos of different facets of American chareidi life including- chinuch, parnasah, communities, housing, vocational training, rabbanim.
-A media campaign focused on local frum communities in the US, with weekly articles written by American chareidim that have already relocated to Eretz Yisrael and about their perspectives and experiences. We already have articles printed weekly in local papers in Monsey, Five Towns, Baltimore, Passaic, and many more planned.
-Tours of various out of town chareidi communities, meant to highlight different suitable affordable options for American chareidim. These tours are covered in national american chareidi press to maximize the information and exposure to opportunities that exist for the American chareidi public at large.
- Lifeintheland.com website which serves as an up to date reference of all chareidi communities in Israel with detailed information about schools, chinuch, parnassah, community, rabbanim and other "inside information".
Meet The Team
Avraham grew up in Fair Lawn, NJ and spent 10 years in Monsey, NY after getting married and starting off in kollel. He made aliyah in 2018 with his family after many years of dreaming and procrastinating He recognized the incredible and untapped shidduch potential of Eretz Yisrael and Torah Jews in America and created Nachliel to help encourage and motivate others to (with proper research and hishtadlus) make the best decision of their lives.
Yoel Berman was born and raised in the yeshiva community in Los Angeles and has been living in Eretz Yisrael since coming as a bochur to learn in the Mirrer Yeshiva of Yerushalayim in 2000. He writes an article series featuring Anglo Chareidi olim living in all parts of the country, which is featured in national and local publications in frum communities throughout the US. He currently runs the Avira D'Eretz Yisroel website and forum for housing and community resources. His latest project is lifeintheland.com, a collaborative repository of information on various frum communities catered towards American Chareidim.