Partners

  • 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


  • Orot Haemuna


    An open and spiritual Beit Midrash
    Orot Haemuna (Hebrew Website)




  • Ruach Tova


    Ruach-Tova is the one-stop shop for any individual, group or organization wishing to volunteer, and for any person, group or organization requiring aid. Ruach-Tova took upon itself the task of developing volunteerism in Israel – and to do so, they provide counseling, guidance and assistance to both the volunteers and the recipients of their help.
    Ruach Tova


  • Student Union - Tel Aviv University


    The Student Union of Tel Aviv University serves as the official representative body of all TAU students.
    Student Union - TAU




  • 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)


  • Tel Aviv University


    Israel's largest and most comprehensive institution of higher learning - is home to over 30,000 students studying in nine faculties and over 125 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities and the arts. Situated in Israel's cultural, financial and technological capital, TAU shares Tel Aviv's unshakable spirit of openness and innovation – and boasts a campus life as dynamic and pluralistic as the metropolis itself. Tel Aviv the city and Tel Aviv the University are one and the same – a thriving Mediterranean center of diversity and discovery.
    Tel Aviv University


  • 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 Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel


    The Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel was established in 1994 by Holocaust survivors for Holocaust survivors.  It is a non-profit organization. The Foundation assisted over 60,000 needy Holocaust survivors in Israel in a variety of ways, such as: Providing nursing assistance in survivors’ homes, grants and refunds for essential expenses (like hearing aids or medical treatment), emergency alert buttons, financial assistance with dental treatment, eyeglasses, and so on. For this purpose, the Foundation works to obtain funding allocations and monetary grants from large institutions (the Claims Conference and the Government of Israel), and private ones (individual donors and companies in both Israel and abroad).  
    The Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel 


  • 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)


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Diaspora Museum - Tel Aviv University
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Tel Aviv 61397 Israel

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