:In alphabetical order

  • 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.

  • BBYO

    BBYO’s pluralistic movement of Jewish teens, alumni, parents, volunteers and philanthropists that delivers fun, meaningful and affordable experiences that inspire a lasting connection to the Jewish People. BBYO offers safe and welcoming opportunities for learning and growth to all Jewish teens regardless of background, denominational affiliation, sexual orientation and socio-economic status.

  • Beit Avi Chai

    Beit Avi Chai, established by the AVI CHAI Foundation, is a cultural center that addresses major issues and fields of thought and creativity in Jewish and Israeli society. BEIT AVI CHAI seeks to collect and publicize the various facets of Israeli-Jewish society, provide them a forum, and let them influence Israeli society and culture. 
    Beit Avi Chai

  • 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.

  • Boston-Haifa Connection

    Thousands of individuals have been touched by the Connection, including at-risk youth in Haifa, Boston-area Jewish day school students, Ethiopian-Israeli immigrants, seniors and Israeli-Arabs. More than 100 active projects continue to engage social service agencies, schools and synagogues in both cities, making the Connection a dynamic, multi-faceted partnership. Going far beyond one-time missions and donations, the Connection builds Jewish community on both sides of the ocean through dialogue and collaboration.
    Boston-Haifa Connection

  • Chiburim-Education Builds Society

    Chiburim-Education Builds Society (Hebrew Website)

  • 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

  • Gottlieb Foundation

  • Guarding the gate

    A project advocating for the employment rights of security workers at educational institutions in Israel.
    Project's Hebrew Facebook page

  • Gvahim

    Gvahim was created to transform the aliyah of highly-qualified professionals into an effective “brain gain” that contributes maximally to Israeli economy, society and culture. It provides a variety of unique solutions in the areas of business and career development in Israel: high quality training and workshops, individual support, networking and volunteering opportunities, and four networks: Finance & Consulting; Marketing & Communication; Technology & Industry; Non Profit & Public Sector.

  • Gvanim Association

    Gvanim Association is an organization for social change with more than 40 active projects and programs for disadvantaged populations in Sderot, the Northern Negev region and, in some cases, all of Israel.  More than 2,500 people directly benefit from Gvanim programs. The principle guiding Gvanim is development and operation of programs in cooperation with the communities they serve, while finding partners and creating cross-organization networks of support.  Gvanim acts as a hothouse for social initiatives and community entrepreneurs.
    Gvanim Association

  • Haifa Young Adults Center

    Haifa Young Adults Center (Hebrew Website)

  • Havruta

    Beit Midrash for students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Havruta (Hebrew Website)

  • 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)

  • IDC Herzliya

    There were no private educational institutions of significance in Israel until 1994, when IDC Herzliya was founded. Modeled on Ivy League Universities in the United States, IDC Herzliya is a non-profit corporate entity which is not subsidized by the government and is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in education and research. Its founders aimed to create an Israeli university for the third millennium – a university where personal achievement goes hand in hand with social responsibility. 
    IDC Herzliya

  • IDC Student Union

    The IDC Student Union was founded in 1994 and over the years has become a leading organization in its society involvement in social, community and cultural help. In addition, the Student Union is a recognized leader in the field of leadership and Zionism: activities and benefits for those serving in reserves, project “Love of the Land” – a series of annual tours throughout Israel, and the removal of an independent delegation to Poland and activities for holocaust survivors throughout the year. The Student Union is non-partisan, yet it is involved in “political” processes, with the understanding that social change is political change. At the same time, the Student Union encourages the students to take part in politics, and produces content and activities that will create a support for political involvement of students. Website

  • IGT Tours

    IGT Tours

  • Israel Experience

    Israel Experience® is a subsidiary and the educational arm of the Jewish Agency for Israel. The company specializes in providing organized trips to Israel for teens, university students and adults from all over the globe. The mandate of the company is to facilitate and implement Jewish-Zionist experiential, educational visits to Israel in order to strengthen Jewish identity among Jews – especially youth – living in communities outside of Israel. Since its formation, Israel Experience has solidified its reputation as a provider of high-quality programming at fair and reasonable prices, backed up by superior logistical services.
    Israel Experience

  • Israel Hofshit (Be Free Israel)

    Founded at the end of 2009, Israel Hofshit is an Israeli grassroots movement whose mission is promoting freedom of religion and pluralism in Israel as core democratic values. Israel Hofshit impacts public perception and participation by mobilizing all those who seek to keep our society diverse, equal and free. 
    Israel Hofshit (Be Free Israel)

  • Jerusalem Cinematheque

    In 1973 George Ostrovsky dreamt of creating a cinematheque in Israel.  For years, Wim and Lia Van Leer had been running regular screenings in Haifa, Tel-Aviv and then Jerusalem, of films from the Israel Film Archives. Aware of their enthusiasm and knowledge of film, George approached the Van Leers. After a year he managed to persuade them and together they inspired Teddy Kollek to share his dream. Seeking to bring new life to the Hinnom Valley beneath the Old City walls, the perfect site was located. George Ostrovsky provided a million dollars to get the project started and his family has continued to provide significant annual funding ever since. In order to complete the building, Teddy and the Jerusalem Foundation garnered further support from friends in the motion picture industry in Hollywood and around the world. The Jerusalem Foundation, and later the Van Leer Foundation, have continued to provide substantial financing in support of the Cinematheque.  In 1981 the Jerusalem Cinematheque officially opened and Lia Van Leer was named Director. The universal language of film became an integral part of the Jerusalem landscape.


  • Jewish Theological Seminary

    The Jewish Theological Seminary of America is a preeminent institution of Jewish higher education that integrates rigorous academic scholarship and teaching with a commitment to strengthening Jewish tradition, Jewish lives, and Jewish communities. JTS serves North American Jewry by educating intellectual and spiritual leaders for Conservative Judaism and the vital religious center, training rabbis, cantors, scholars, educators, communal professionals, and lay activists who are inspired by the Conservative movment's vision of Torah and dedicated to assisting in its realization.
    Jewish Theological Seminary

  • Kol Hanegev Radio Station

    The Radio station is operated by students from Sapir Academic College.
    Kol Hanegev (Hebrew Website)

  • Kolech

    Kolech-Religious Women’s Forum is the first Orthodox Jewish feminist organization in Israel.  Kolech aims to increase public awareness and bring about change in Israeli religious society by disseminating the values of gender equality and mutual respect between men and women; encouraging equal opportunities for women in the public arena; initiating equal opportunity legislation that benefits all Jewish women in Israel; advancing women's rights and women’s leadership in religious and halachic (Jewish legal) spheres; encouraging greater equality for women in matters of personal status, such as marriage and divorce; and engaging in an uncompromising battle against all forms of gender violence.

  • Leichtag Foundation

    Today the Leichtag Foundation, based in Encinitas, California, focuses on combating poverty and increasing self-sufficiency for residents of coastal North County; supporting and inspiring vibrant Jewish life in coastal North County; stimulating renewal, service, and social activism in Jerusalem, Israel, and building strong connections and relationships between San Diego and Israel.
    Leichtag Foundation

  • Leon Recanati Home for the Elderly

    Leon Recanati Home for the Elderly (Hebrew Website)

  • Masa Israel


    Masa Israel Journey makes it easy to connect to transformative, immersive programs in Israel. With more than 200 different options, MASA helps find the ideal way to connect participants to their Jewish identity and gives them the freedom to explore their own personal, academic and career interests. Masa Israel Journey also offers scholarships, provides expertise, and support throughout the entire process of finding the best-fitting Israel experience. 
    Masa Israel

  • May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation

  • Merchavim

    Merchavim works to help young Israelis of all backgrounds to live together better by learning about each other, valuing diversity, developing a shared civic awareness and cooperating to make their classrooms and communities fairer and more cohesive.

  • Migvan - Urban Kibbutz in Sderot

    Migvan (Hebrew Website)

  • 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

  • Netivim Center in Sderot

    Netivim Center was established to help young adults fulfill their potential in Sderot.  The Center supports young adults ages 18-35 who are unemployed or did not complete their education, and has outreach activities to attract more young people to Sderot, targeting young adults who have recently completed their army service, immigrants, single mothers and more.
    Netivim (Hebrew website)

  • Neve Schechter

    Neve Schechter is a creative Jewish center serving Tel Aviv and Jaffa. It introduces us to the world of Jewish sources and links the past with the present, Judaism with Israeli culture, sacred with secular, traditional learning methods with the artistic media, and the individual and family with community.
    Neve Schechter

  • New York–Israel Connections Office

    Peoplehood platform which connects communities in New York, Israel and Europe and builds living bridges among these communities - sharing ideas, strengths, challenges, and models of success.

  • Nilibit

  • Orot Haemuna

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

  • OU- JLIC

    The OU’s Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (OU-JLIC) was created to help young men and women thrive in a campus environment and helps Jewish students observe key aspects of Jewish life, such as tefillah, kashrut, Shabbat, and chagim. JLIC educators serve as teachers and Torah role models within 23 universities , learning with students one-on-one, coordinating weekly classes, and organizing guest lectures and other events. 

    OU- JLIC 

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Partnership Together Northern Galil and Great Britain

    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.

    P2G Website

  • Pratt Foundation

    The Pratt Foundation’s mission focuses on Enrichment, Innovation and Empowerment. Aside from supporting established organizations that serve the disadvantaged populations, the Pratt Foundation is committed to creative and innovative philanthropy and nurtures, supports and develops promising young organizations.
    Pratt Foundation

  • Rabbis for Human Rights

    The organization was founded in 1988, and today has over 100 members-all Israelis and all ordained Orthodox, Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, and Renewal rabbis as well as some rabbinical students. 
    Rabbis for Human Rights

  • Raphael Recanati International School

    The Raphael Recanati International School (RRIS) was established in order to allow students from around the world to benefit from the excellent academic programs at IDC Herzliya by offering several of these programs in English.  The school helps young, bright adults and promising students to develop the skills to become future leaders. International students learn side by side with their Israeli counterparts and are involved in all aspects of campus life. The school offers an extensive extracurricular program that takes students beyond the boundaries of the IDC Herzliya campus and acquaints them with the long, rich history and diversity of Israel.


  • Rothberg International School, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites international students to Israel to experience the outstanding, first-class overseas study abroad programs offered at the Rothberg International School.
    Rothberg International School, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • 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

  • 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

  • Sachlav

    Sachlav is a leading Israel tour organizer with over 25 years of experience. They are the third largest Taglit Birthright Israel tour provider through their IsraelontheHouse program. Their Real Life Israel division offers three programs through Masa Israel.

  • Sapir Academic College

    The College’s unique history makes it highly significant as a center for higher education for many hundreds of residents in outlying areas from Ashdod in the north to Beer Sheva in the south, from Kiryat Gat in the east to the Eshkol region settlements in the south-west. This area covers a population numbering over a million Israeli citizens, including some 120,000 Bedouins. Sapir's goal is to counterbalance the disparity in education, culture and economics of the major cities over the periphery.  
    Sapir Academic College

  • Save a Child's Heart (SACH)

    Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) is an Israeli-based international humanitarian project, whose mission is to improve the quality of pediatric cardiac care for children from developing countries who suffer from heart disease and to create centers of competence in these countries. SACH is totally dedicated to the idea that every child deserves the best medical treatment available, regardless of the child's nationality, religion, color, gender or financial situation. 
    Save a Child's Heart (SACH)

  • Sderot Cinematheque

    The Sderot Cinematheque was founded in 1999. The Sderot Cinematheque is the first educational and cultural institution dedicated to cinema in Southern Israel. It was established with the aim of bringing public attention to cultural life for the population in the southern part of the country and also to help close the cultural gap between the central and peripheral areas of Israel.
    Sderot Cinematheque

  • Sha'ar HaNegev Regional Council

    Sha'ar HaNegev Regional Council (Hebrew Website) 

  • Shabbat Unplugged Project - Amutat Shearim

    Shabbat Unplugged (Hebrew Website)

  • Shatil

    Shatil, the New Israel Fund’s Initiative for Social Change, has been on the cutting edge of building civil society and actively promoting democracy, tolerance, and social justice in Israel for 30 years. Shatil proactively works on women’s rights, religious pluralism, environmental justice, equal healthcare, disabilities rights, local sustainable economic development, shared society, employment, immigrant rights and integration, housing, national budget priorities, participatory democracy, and more.

  • 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 - Haifa University

    The Student Union of Haifa University serves as the official representative body of all Haifa University students.

  • Student Union - Sapir College

    The Student Union of Sapir College serves as the official representative body of all Sapir College students.
    Hebrew Website

  • Student Union - Technion

    The Student Union of the Technion serves as the official representative body of all Technion students.
    Hebrew Website

  • 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- Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    The Student Union of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem serves as the official representative body of all students from different campuses of the University. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is the leading university in Israel, in which lies the interdisciplinary research institution, which is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world. 
    Student Union - Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • Student Union-Tel Hai Academic College

    The Student Union of Tel Hai Academic College serves as the official representative body of all Tel Hai Academic College students.
    Student Union-Tel Hai Academic College

  • 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)

  • Technion

    A science and technology research university, among the world’s top ten, dedicated to the creation of knowledge and the development of human capital and leadership, for the advancement of the State of Israel and all humanity.

  • Technion International

    Technion International oversees all of the Technion’s international academic programs, and supports its international initiatives and academic agreements with its foreign partners worldwide (numbering more than 200 universities and research frameworks). It serves all incoming and currently enrolled international students at the university and promotes their integration into the Technion community at large.
    Technion International

  • 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

  • Tel Hai Academic College

    Tel-Hai Academic College, since its establishment as an independent academic institution in 1996, has soared to become not only one of Israel's leading colleges, but also the most powerful engine for the educational, economic and social development of the Upper Galilee. Offering a carefully chosen set of varied academic programs, Tel-Hai provides academic excellence where it is needed most - in the northern periphery of Israel. Students from across Israel seek their way to Tel-Hai, enjoying its impressive combination of excellent academics, personal development opportunities and a unique campus and community atmoshpere.
    Tel Hai Academic College

  • The Ayalim Association

    The Ayalim Association was founded in 2002 with the goal of strengthening existing communities and social involvement in the Negev and Galilee. The Association’s role is to revive and renew the Zionist idea in the 21st century and seeks to achieve this goal through the establishment of student and entrepreneur villages. This young social entrepreneurship fosters the connection between people and land as well as between the individual and greater society.
    The Ayalim Association

  • The Breslauer-Soref Foundation

  • The City of Haifa Municipality

    The city of Haifa is the metropolis of the north, whose citizens make up a modern city that provides a solution for all areas of interest for a variety of populations that are in partnership, creating a rich fabric of life in a multi-cultured environment. In order to ensure the future of Haifa, it is important to continue establishing its stature as the “Captial of the North,” attracting regional citizens by providing a creative supply of quality, metropolitan services, such as, employment, business, higher learning, high-tech, exhibitions and tourism, advanced medical services, cultural events and entertainment, a quality educational system, municipal theater and museums, symphonic orchestra, coffee houses, restaurants and central shopping areas.
    The City of Haifa Municipality

  • The City of Sderot Municipality

    The City of Sderot Municipality (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 First Station in Jerusalem

    The First Station is an outdoor mall located on the site of the Old Train Station in Jerusalem. Using the original train station buildings, the new “First Station” is a vibrant place to eat, play and have fun. Many of Jerusalem’s festivals have events at the First Station and it is at the beginning of a great walking/bike path.
    Hebrew Website

  • 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 Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, founded in 1918 and opened officially in 1925, is Israel’s premier university as well as its leading research institution. The Hebrew University is ranked internationally among the 100 leading universities in the world and first among Israeli universities. It stresses excellence and offers a wide array of study opportunities in the humanities, social sciences, exact sciences and medicine. The University encourages multi-disciplinary activities in Israel and overseas and serves as a bridge between academic research and its social and industrial applications.
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

    The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews was founded in 1983 by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein to promote understanding between Jews and Christians and build broad support for Israel and other shared concerns. Their vision is that Jews and Christians will reverse their 2,000-year history of discord and replace it with a relationship marked by dialogue, respect, and cooperation.
    The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews 

  • The Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism

    The Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism (IMPJ) is Israel's liberal Jewish religious movement and a constituent member of the World Union for Progressive Judaism.

  • The Jerusalem Foundation

    The Jerusalem Foundation is an independent community foundation dedicated to preserving an open, equitable and modern society in Jerusalem through an approach centered on community vitality, cultural life, and coexistence for all Jerusalem's residents.
    The Jerusalem Foundation

  • The Jewish Agency for Israel

    The Jewish Agency for Israel connects Jews with Israel, with one another, with their heritage, and with our collective future.
    The Jewish Agency for Israel

  • 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 Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA)

    The Jewish Federations of North America represents 153 Jewish Federations and over 300 Network communities, which raise and distribute more than $3 billion annually for social welfare, social services and educational needs. The Federation movement, collectively among the top 10 charities on the continent, protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (charity and social justice) and Torah (Jewish learning).  
    The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA)

  • The Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds


    The Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds are a group of funds established over the years by Joseph “Joe” and Rebecca Meyerhoff and their son and daughter-in-law, Harvey “Bud” and Lyn Meyerhoff. The funds allow the family to make significant contributions to improve the quality of life for Baltimore, and in the Jewish community locally, nationally, in the former Soviet Union, and in Israel

    Bud and Lyn’s four children and ten grandchildren currently steward the group of funds, carrying out their parents’ and grandparents’ legacy. All agree that the family's deep historical connection to Baltimore calls for continued investment there, as well as with projects affecting the Jewish people. They make grants to cultural and educational institutions, and community and service organizations.   Bud and Lyn’s children also manage a separate fund – devoted to Jewish education and leadership development – with their cousins, Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz’s children.

    The Joseph Meyerhoff Building on Mount Scopus Campus of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, has been home for Hillel Israel since its establishment in the early 1970’s. Hillel Israel’s connections with the Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds have been close ever since, through the Meyerhoff’s support of Hillel centers in the periphery and recently, more specifically, the Hillel of Sapir College in Sderot. Additionally – the Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds played a leading role in the recent capital campaign to renovate Hillel Israel’s auditorium , “The Rachel Simon Hillel Theater” in memory of Rachel Simon z”l.  

    The Meyerhoff Foundation

  • The Joseph S and Caroline Gruss Life Monument Fund for the Advancement of IDF Veterans

    The Joseph S. & Caroline Gruss Life Monument Fund for the Advancement of I.D.F Veterans was established in 1988. After establishing itself in the field of scholarship assistance, determining its target populations and establishing the projects division, the Fund has made great efforts to increase and enhance partnerships with other agencies according to the strategic plan approved by the Board of Trustees. This enables the Fund to broaden and deepen its activities and reach many more ex-servicemen. The Fund has grown from a small organization distributing scholarships to a number of target populations to a vast dynamic body affecting the lives of thousands of young men and women throughout the country who have completed their military or national service. 

  • The National Lottery

    The National Lottery (Hebrew Website)

  • 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)

  • The Next Step

    The Next Step takes action in developing and guiding internships and in leading a conscious change among employers, students and academics. Through the internship practice, The Next Step creates bridges by which students make a smooth transition from the world of higher education to the employment world through acquiring significant field experience. Gaining such practical experience, along with a set of employability skills, improves our graduates' starting point in the real world. 

  • The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

    Pardes is an open, co-ed and non-denominational Jewish learning community, based in Jerusalem and with programs worldwide.  Students encounter and grapple with classic texts and traditions of Judaism, while exploring their relevance to today’s most pressing issues. Pardes empowers students with the knowledge and tools to take ownership of their Jewish experience.

  • The Reut Institute

    The Reut Institute was established by Gidi Grinstein in 2004 to create a significant and substantive impact on the future of the State of Israel and the Jewish People and to make an indelibly Israeli and Jewish contribution to the future of humanity. Reut's vision is of 21st Century Zionism - that of the Jewish People's right to self-determination in a secure, prosperous, and Democratic State of Israel.
    The Reut Institute

  • The Rogoff Foundation

  • The Samuel Bronfman Foundation

    Guided by the vision of Edgar M. Bronfman, The Samuel Bronfman Foundation seeks to inspire a renaissance of Jewish life.
    The Samuel Bronfman Foundation

  • The Shalom Doron Foundation

  • The Upper Galilee Seniors Organization

    The Upper Galilee Seniors Organization (GSO) was founded in 1993 and is a non-profit organization. The organization provides services to 2600 seniors in 29 kibbutzim as well as to other residents in the regions who participate in the activities. The mission of the Galilee Seniors Organization is to provide care and empowerment to the elderly population of Israel's northern periphery who are residents of rural communities. GSO's work is aimed at enabling the region's citizens to receive the services they need in their familiar surroundings, to be significant and active members of their communities, and to promote a healthy view of old age or disability as a natural and integral part of the life cycle.
    The Upper Galilee Seniors Organization

  • The World Zionist Organization

    The World Zionist Organization is committed to promoting the Zionist idea and the Zionist enterprise as vital and positive elements of contemporary Jewish life, in accordance with the principles articulated in the Jerusalem Program. This manifesto is dedicated to instilling the centrality of Israel and Jerusalem, its capital deep within Jewish consciousness, encouraging the return to Zion, fashioning an exemplary society in the Jewish State, expanding Zionist education including Hebrew language instruction, settling the land, and combating Anti-Semitism.The World Zionist Organization was founded at the initiative of Theodore Herzl at the First Zionist Congress which took place in August 1897 in Basel, Switzerland.
    The World Zionist Organization

  • The Yahel Foundation

    The Yahel Foundation is committed to narrowing educational, welfare, health and cultural gaps in Israeli society. 
    The Yahel Foundation

  • The Young Authority of Jerusalem

    The Young Authority is a municipal body that works towards reinforcing Jerusalem as an attractive city for young people. The Authority believes that young people are the driving force for strengthening the city economically, socially and culturally. As such, the future of Jerusalem depends on its ability to establish a new generation of young productive residents: students, civil servants and industry workers, business managers or professionals, artists and creators in various fields, social entrepreneurs as well as entrepreneurs in other fields, couples and young families, employees and the self-employed who want to create a future within the city. The Young Authority is active with all the bodies inside the municipality and beyond in order to create policy which promotes initiatives and programs to strengthen the city.

  • Tikkun

    Tikkun (Hebrew Website)

  • Tlalim Group

    For over a quarter of a century, the Tlalim Yiftach Company has been a pioneer in the organized tourism market. It eventually became the holdings company for a group of six companies and is now called The Tlalim Group. All of their companies are involved in internal and incoming tourism to Israel – operations, education, culture, information and entertainment. One of the companies is also spearheading the next generation of visitor centers and organizing events and exhibitions in Israel and abroad.  
    Tlalim Group

  • 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

  • University of Haifa

    The campus of the University of Haifa spreads along a Carmel Mountain ridge southeast of the city of Haifa and is surrounded by the Carmel National Park. The University was established in 1963 under the joint auspices of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Haifa Municipality. In 1972, it gained academic accreditation as a separate institution from the Council for Higher Education. The University of Haifa is the most pluralistic institution of higher education in Israel: sons and daughters of both veteran cities and development towns, kibbutzim and moshavim, new immigrants, Jews, Arabs, and Druze, IDF officers and security personnel—all sitting together on the bench of knowledge in an atmosphere of coexistence, tolerance, and mutual respect. The University considers the link between academic excellence and social responsibility as its flagship.
    University of Haifa

  • University of Haifa International School

    For the past 35 years, the University of Haifa International School (UHIS) has successfully attracted students from around the world to study at the undergraduate level.  Today close to 900 students from 40 different countries are enrolled annually in UHIS programs that are unique in their integrated approach towards the international student. Students at the International School are able to choose from a wide variety of courses taught in English in the fields of Contemporary Israel, Middle East Studies, Religious & Jewish Studies, Business, Communications, Literature, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, Peace & Conflict Studies, Law, and Hebrew and Arabic languages.
    University of Haifa International School

  • Workers Hotline

    Kav LaOved – Worker's Hotline is a non-profit organization which aims to protect the rights of the most disadvantaged workers in Israel, addressing violations through individual assistance, advocacy, outreach and more.

  • Yad Hanadiv

    Yad Hanadiv is dedicated to creating resources for advancing Israel as a healthy, vibrant, democratic society, committed to Jewish values and equal opportunity for the benefit of all its inhabitants, carrying forward the philanthropic tradition of the Rothschild family. Major projects have included the building of the Israeli Knesset and Supreme Court, establishment of the Centre for Educational Technology, the Institute for Advanced Studies at The Hebrew University, Educational Television, Rothschild Prizes and Fellowships, the Jerusalem Music Centre, Israel’s Open University, the MANOF Residential Youth Centre, the Environment and Health Fund and Avney Rosha - The Institute for School Leadership.
    Yad Hanadiv

  • 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.

  • Yod Bet B'Heshvan

    Forum Yod Bet b'Heshvan was founded in the month of Iyyar, May, 2007 by religious Zionist organizations, together with individuals representing a broad political spectrum, in order to encourage tolerance and openness.
    Yod Bet B'Heshvan

  • Zion Tours

     The largest American owned Travel Agency in Israel.
    Zion Tours


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