JNF is proud to be partnering with The Schoolhouse to provide education for adult refugees and asylum seekers in Israel who come from a background of limited or interrupted formal schooling.
Ateret Cohanim is involved in building Jewish communities and strengthening Jewish roots, centred around educational institutes, in and around the Old City of Jerusalem.
The “Adam/Adama” project features a combination of frontal classroom learning, field trips and projects throughout the area which teach students various aspects of ecology, sustainability, and the environment.
The Shmita Environmental Park is located adjacent to the Australian section within the JBG at Hebrew University.
JNF is proud to be partnering with Haboydem, a unique second hand clothing store, which was established in July 2014. A social venture of the “Non-Profit Organisation for Rehabilitation and Integration”.
Geerz is a youth environmental education program.
The Yad L’Isha Center and Hotline supports women caught in abusive marriages.
The Ethiopian Jewish community in Israel is one of the lowest socio-economic groups in the country. Low levels of formal education in the Ethiopian community have led to high rates of unemployment and crime, juvenile delinquency and a vicious cycle of poverty. ‘Hod to Success’ seeks to empower Ethiopian children and young adults in Israel by providing them with the tools to make a difference in their own lives and those of their families. It does so through a unique holistic family centered approach and by focusing on education and the attainment of skills
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Established in 2013 from within the Haredi community, Jewish Brain in Hightech (JBH, formerly Avratech) is a non-profit organisation that combines serious Torah study with advanced technological training in software development.