This organization was founded in the UK in 1918 – is the largest international organization catering for women, children and the elderly in Israel, with a comprehensive network of 800 institutions and programs. These projects include 9 schools and youth villages, 178 day care centers, youth clubs, women’s centers and two women’s shelters for victims […]
World Jewry Department provides materials for Holocaust education around the world. They also hold international conferences
Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, established in 1969, is the institutional memorial to Izhak Ben-Zvi, the second president of Israel. It is devoted to research and education in two areas: the history of Eretz Israel, and of the Jewish communities in the East. The Documentation Center of North African Jewry during WWII at the Ben-Zvi Institute collects […]
The World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ) connects 1.8 million Reform, Progressive and Liberal Jews across six continents, seven regions, 50 countries and 1,200 communities by: • Developing and nurturing new Progressive and Reform congregations wherever Jews choose to live • Training congregational rabbis, community leaders, and Jewish educators worldwide and ensuring resources for their […]
Inclusion programming for kids with and without special needs. Vacation day-camps, after school activities and leadership programs for kids 6-21.
The Ethiopian National Project unites in partnership representatives of Ethiopian Jewish community organizations with global supporters and the Israeli government, and takes action to ensure the Ethiopian population in Israel reaches its full potential. ENP’s comprehensive programs aim to advance the scholastic achievements of youth and empower the Ethiopian immigrant community in Israel to lead […]
The Melton Centre for Jewish Education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, one of the premier institutions of Jewish education, is actively responding to the challenges of Jewish Communities around the world through research, degree courses, teacher training and curricular development, as well as through interactive educational projects with youth and adults worldwide. The Melton Centre sees […]
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA) is an independent, not-for profit research institution active since 1976 that researched policy issues related to the state of Israel and the Jewish people. Who Interned Here? Noa Rosen on Onward Boston Jerusalem Israel 2014 “It’s interesting to get to read and synthesize so much information about issues that interest […]
Koren Publishers Jerusalem is one of the leading Jewish publishers in the world. Under the Koren publishing house are three imprints that publish a wide range of Jewish texts and books on contemporary Jewish thought and contemporary Israeli non-fiction.
AMICHAI is a non-profit organization, established in 1994, by a group of families of severely disabled children, with a primary objective to provide mentally disabled individuals opportunities to integrate into the larger society through creative housing, recreation and employment opportunities. AMICHAI believes and advocates that all individuals with cognitive, intellectual and developmental disabilities have the […]
The FICC was founded in 1919 as an independent and non-profit entity. It is the leading economic organization representing the trade and service sector, the largest sector in Israel. The FICC serves as roof organization to over 5000 businesses and organizations operating in more than 120 divisions which represent various economic branches including export, import, trade, real estate, financial […]
The Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center provides a variety of support services for lone soldiers (soldiers serving in the IDF whose parents do not live in Israel). The Lone Soldier Center in Memory of Michael Levin was founded in 2009 by a group of former lone soldiers aware and concerned with the needs and struggles of […]