Partners

  • Amcha


    Amcha - The code word that helped survivors identify fellow Jews in war ravaged Europe now stands for another kind of support system: The opportunity for survivors and their families to unburden their hearts and share their life stories with another person. Amcha has steadily expanded over the past years. Today there are 12 centers that operate throughout the country, and various programs are provided also in many other locations. Over 190 mental health professionals and 600 volunteers provide services to almost 10,000 clients. Amcha has earned a reputation around the world for its work, and the integrity, competence, and professionalism it brings to every project. It has opened its doors to various survivor communities all around Israel and has established state-of-the-art mental health clinics, social support networks and home care services for the aged in these locations. Through its pioneering work, Israel is today filled with psychosocial support centers that offer services specifically for Holocaust survivors, in their own language.
    Amcha


  • Ben-Gurion University of the Negev


    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev aspires to be among the best inter-disciplinary research universities in the world, a leader in scientific innovation, inter-disciplinary research and applied sciences – all of which impact daily life. It is committed to social and environmental responsibility and is working to develop the Negev, Israel and the world.
    BGU


  • Genesis Philanthropy Group


    Genesis Philanthropy Group’s mission is to develop and enhance a sense of Jewish identity among Russian-speaking Jews worldwide, with a particular emphasis on the former Soviet Union, North America, and Israel, where up to three million Russian-speaking Jews reside. They are committed to supporting and launching projects, programming, and institutions that are focused on ensuring that Jewish culture, heritage, and values are preserved in Russians-speaking Jewish communities across the globe. Genesis Philanthropy Group believes that informed and engaged Russian-speaking Jews will contribute to the cultural enrichment of their communities, strengthen the Jewish community and support the betterment of humanity.
    Genesis Philanthropy Group


  • Havruta - Ayelet Hashachar


    Ayelet Hashachar Foundation was established 15 years ago with the aim of bridging the gap which exists today between religious and secular citizens in Israel. "Ayelet Hashachar" is focused on bridging the different parts of the nation by providing shared experiences, fostering relationships and enabling multifaceted networking while broadening the participant's horizons.  Ayelet Hashachar website (in Hebrew)




  • Mishan Be'er Sheva


    Mishan Be'er Sheva was established 15 years ago with the aim of providing a warm home to the senior citizens of the country’s southern region. Since its establishment, Mishan Be'er Sheva has been working for and in cooperation with the community, turning the home into a center of activity. Among the numerous and diverse activities taking place in and around Mishan Be'er Sheva is cooperation with local schools, the IDF, the police force, Be'er Sheva municipality's welfare department, various volunteer organizations, Ben Gurion University, Lyons Club (located at the home), and various associations. Mishan Be'er Sheva also hosts a club for senior citizens from the city and its surrounding suburbs.
    Mishan's Website




  • Parthership2Gether


    The Partnership2Gether peoplehood platform (previously known as Partnership 2000) connects some 550 communities around the world in 45 partnerships. P2G is building living bridges among these communities - sharing ideas, strengths, challenges, and models of success.
    Parthership2Gether


  • Partnership Together Beer Sheva - Bnei Shimon - Montreal


    The Partnership2Gether peoplehood platform (previously known as Partnership 2000) connects some 550 communities around the world in 45 partnerships. P2G is building living bridges among these communities - sharing ideas, strengths, challenges, and models of success.
    Website


  • Rothschild Ambassadors


    A leadership program for undergraduate students, focuses on two main axis; Personal- academic and occupational development, Societal-social involvement, activist leadership and commitment. The program strives to minimize social gaps in Israeli society by creating equal opportunities for students from the socio- geographic periphery in the form of annual scholarships for the duration of academic studies. The programs accepts 100 new candidates annually and our Alumni Program boasts 600 leader- graduates who've entered the workforce with a social leadership toolkit.
    Rothschild Ambassadors


  • Student Union - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev


    The Student Union of Ben-Gurion University has been active for many years, promoting students' welfare in various fields and functions as a center of cultural, social and academic activities. The Student Union is housed in the Zlotowski Student Center, where students come not only to meet friends at one of the cafeterias or cafés, but also to take advantage of the University's book store, clinics, recreation rooms and employment center. In addition, the newly completed Zlotowski Student Administration Building makes the student center the hub of student life at the University.  
    Student Union-BGU


  • Student Union-The Open University


    The Student Union of the Open University serves as the official representative body of all Open University students.
    Student Union-The Open University (Hebrew Website)


  • The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany


    The mission of the Claims Conference over its history has always been to secure what they consider a small measure of justice for Jewish victims of Nazi persecution. They have pursued this goal since 1951 through negotiations with the German government that provide for payments directly to individual survivors and grants to social welfare organizations serving survivors. Through funding from the Successor Organization they seek the return or restitution of Jewish property lost during the Holocaust and funding for Shoah Research, Education, and Documentation projects. The Claims Conference also administers allocations from the German Foundation and the Swiss Banks Settlement. The Claims Conference is also addressing the needs of the aging population of Jewish victims of Nazi persecution through grants to organizations.
    The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany


  • The Jewish Federations of Canada (UIA)


    Canadian Jewry has always been among Israel’s staunchest supporters. In 1967, the Canadian Jewish community formalized its already deep ties with Israel, leading to the creation of United Israel Appeal Federations of Canada (UIAFC), which represents Canada’s 15 Jewish Federations and communities. Its Israel office, known as Jewish Federations of Canada – UIA, ensures that all funds donated by Canadian Jewry reach their correct destinations. To maximize the impact of its initiatives, JFC-UIA has created long-lasting relationships with several regions in Israel.  These partnerships link specific Canadian Federations with communities in Israel.
    The Jewish Federations of Canada (UIA)


  • The National Union of Israeli Students (NUIS)


    The National Union of Israeli Students (NUIS) is an umbrella organization representing 300,000 students in 64 higher education institutions and vocational schools throughout Israel. Founded in 1934, it strives to protect and promote students’ rights, in both the academic sphere and the socio-economic aspects. In addition, it aims to strengthen the Israeli society, by leading social reforms, creating public agendas and performing social and voluntary activities. This is due to their belief that the role of students exceeds acquiring knowledge, as they have the ability and responsibility to form, build and promote the society they live in.   NUIS also operates to create a joint dialogue and a relationship based on common values and understandings with students in campuses around the world. Thus, it is a member of several international student organizations, as well as Jewish students’ organizations. NUIS (In Hebrew)


  • UJA-Federation of New York


    For more than 90 years, UJA-Federation has been a central force for communal planning and philanthropy in the New York Jewish community. Through UJA-Federation, more than 55,000 donors pool their resources to help people in need, inspire a passion for Jewish life and learning, and strengthen Jewish communities around the world. Working with nearly 100 network beneficiary agencies, synagogues, and other Jewish organizations, their reach spans from New York to Israel to more than 70 other countries around the world, touching 4.5 million people each year.
    UJA-Federation of New York




  • Ye'elim Absorption Center


    The Ye'elim Absorption Center in Be'er Sheva houses a varied population of singles and families from all around the world: North and Latin America, F.S.U, Ethiopia, India, Turkey, the USA, New Zealand, Australia, Cuba and others.
    Website


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Hillel at Ben-Gurion University
Office of the Dean of Students, Room 244
Post Office Box 653,
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

infobgu@hillelisrael.org
972-8-6236348

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