Who Are We? El Al BBG #1863 is the Palo Alto and Menlo Park girls chapter of the international youth group BBYO. For more information, look through our website or email our chapter president Kyla S. here. We are in CRW (Central Region West). Central Region West comprises 19 chapters spanning from Marin to San Jose and all through the East Bay, representing over 950 Jewish teens in our area.
About BBYO BBYOis the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. BBG,
ABOUT AZA Our fraternity, AZA, is named with the Hebrew letters Aleph Zadik Aleph and stands for Ahava, fraternal love, Tzedakah, benevolence, and Ahdoot, harmony. These are some of our core values. For generations, young men have called themselves “Alephs” as part of our international brotherhood. Our programming focuses on being well-rounded individuals and gentlemen, and includes social events with B'nai B'rith Girls and other AZA chapters, community service projects, athletic tournaments and Judaic enrichment. As brothers, we support each other and our development as leaders, community members, and Jewish young men.
ABOUT BBG BBG stands for B'nai B'rith Girls! The BBG sisterhood is BBYO’s sorority and where generations of young women have developed their leadership skills, strengthened their Jewish identity, and formed lasting friendships among supportive young women. BBGs plan, lead, and enjoy social, athletic, community service and Judaic programming either in their own chapter, with other BBGs, or AZA chapters. Among their peers, friends, and with big sisters, young women have fun, embrace tradition and community, and find a voice for themselves.