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A.H.A.V.A. – English Learned in a Natural Method

A.H.A.V.A. promotes English Literacy in Israel, primarily in the Jerusalem area. They have after school classes teaching English for Hebrew and English speakers, teacher training seminars training teachers in our methodology, and they sponsor a Read-a-thons and Writing Contests and build libraries.

A.H.A.V.A. provides scholarships for families of a low socioeconomic level, because without a passing grade in the all-important English Matriculation Exams set by the government, children do not get their High School Diploma. Currently only about 55% of all Israeli students graduate High School.

ALEH

ALEH believes that all individuals, regardless of the severity of their physical or cognitive disabilities, have the right to benefit from the best available care in order to reach their full potential.

ALEH is dedicated to offering them a comprehensive solution – including residential, medical, rehabilitative, educational and social services – in a dignified, warm and loving atmosphere that recognizes them as individuals with abilities, feelings and needs shared by all human beings.

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) is a national childhood cancer foundation dedicated to raising funds for research into new treatments and cures for all children battling cancer. Since our inception in 2005, ALSF has raised over $150 million to fund more than 800 cutting-edge childhood cancer research projects at 120 top hospital locations in the US and Canada.

Boys Town Jerusalem

Boys Town Jerusalem is one of Israel’s premier institutions for educating the country’s next generation of leaders in the fields of technology, commerce, education, the military and public service. Since its founding in 1948, BTJ has pursued its mission of turning young boys from limited backgrounds into young men with limitless futures. From Junior High through the College level, the three part curriculum at Boys Town – academic, technological and torah – is designed to turn otherwise disadvantaged Israeli youth into productive citizens of tomorrow. Boys Town’s 18 acre campus is a home away from home for its 900+ students. More than 7,000 graduates hold key positions throughout Israeli society.

Children’s Aid and Family Services

Children’s Aid and Family Services preserves, protects and, when needed, provides vulnerable children and families.

CLICK NGO

CLICK is a pioneering model of social entrepreneurship for the third age in Israel that improves the quality of life of retirees via the development of social, cultural and vocational initiatives
“SAVI” Social Business Enterprise – An Entrepreneurial Vocation Center that employs elderly in a variety of occupational options in a workshop that creates craft kits and gifts for sale. The enterprise provides dignified employment for the aged and improves their socio-economic situation.
“Hod” Leisure Center – A unique afternoon and evening center for the 60 + age group with at least 10 multi-disciplinary community services operated by seniors including lectures, workshops, sports, cultural, educational and art activities
Community Centers –Vital services that maintain active independent living such as a nursing service, hairdresser, catered hot meals, washing service, social work counseling, social, cultural and educational activities
Holocaust Survivors – A social community center as well as financial support.
Virtual Technology Center – Prevents social isolation among senior homebound who suffer from situational loneliness following a stressful change in life by linking them to a virtual network via an internet conferencing service enabling two-way communication.
Click le Vatik at Home- Integrating volunteers into the homes of housebound seniors, once a week

Dental Volunteers for Israel (DVI)

Dental Volunteers for Israel (DVI) operates a free dental clinic in Jerusalem for disadvantaged children and youth-at-risk. Children treated at the clinic range from 4 to 26 years old and come from all the diverse backgrounds represented in Jerusalem, including Ethiopian, Palestinian, Ultra-Orthodox and Secular Jewish Israeli children and youth. The children receive all the necessary preventative and restorative dentistry which they would not otherwise be able to afford. DVI never requests payment for any treatment. Mrs. Trudi Birger, a Holocaust survivor, who saw children’s care as her goal in life, established DVI in 1980. The clinic is operated by dentists from around the world who volunteer for periods of 1 – 2 weeks. D.V.I. treats some 50 poor children per day, most of whom are arriving for the first time in their life to a dentist, and some are even in their teens. They receive their first toothbrush and learn how to keep their teeth healthy throughout their lifetime. Dental Volunteers for Israel is proud to be a unique organization providing approx. 1,000 free treatments monthly.
We also provide free dentures to Holocaust Survivors and needy elderly aged 71+.

Emek Medical Center

Primary medical center for Northeastern Israel serving 500,000 men, women and children. Established in 1924 and today affiliated with the Rappaport Faculty of Medicine of the Technion Institute of Technology in Haifa. The 1st hospital in Israel to receive the JCI accreditation for the highest standards in patient safety and healthcare.

Friendship Circle

Friendship Circle provides a full range of social and Judaic programs for children and teens with special needs. with the help of teenage volunteers, we reach out to the special needs community and make sure that everyone has a place in our community.

Gift of Life Marrow Registry

Gift of Life facilitates bone marrow, blood stem cell, and cord blood transplants for children and adults suffering from life-threatening illnesses. Since tissue type is inherited, a patient’s best chance of finding a genetic match lies with donors of similar ethnicity. Gift of Life strives to increase the representation of Jewish donors in the registry in order to overcome the devastating effects of the Holocaust, which severed bloodlines and made the donor search particularly difficult for Jewish patients needing transplants.