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One of the ways that Myisrael ensures that support is received at all our 18 projects is by having a Project Fund. If you would rather have us decide where your donation should go, then this is where you should direct your support. Funds are allocated quarterly by the Myisrael board of trustees to the project/s deemed most in need at that time.
Poor dental hygiene can cause social isolation and other health problems in children and adults. At DVI, top quality treatment and preventative education are given to Jerusalem’s poorest children. Volunteer dentists come from abroad during their holidays to give their time to this amazing project and most come back for more!
Poverty, unemployment, domestic violence and crime are huge problems among Ethiopian communities in Israel. The Forgotten People Fund offers financial assistance and practical support to struggling families in the Netanya area. They also create programmes and educational opportunities to help this community build a better future for their children.
Many of the children at Misholim have been struggling for years to make friends or to be understood. Dedicated teams of therapists at the project, harness artistic expression to allow these silenced children to work through their feelings and, in many cases, integrate successfully into mainstream classrooms. Individual and group sessions involving...
Crossroads provides critically-needed programmes and social services for English speaking teenagers who are homeless, struggling with drug addiction, violence or domestic abuse, and who have social and educational difficulties. Crossroads aims to instil hope to every at-risk teen as well as providing motivation and tools for a better future.
'Click' has changed the lives of hundreds of elderly people from low socio-economic backgrounds in the centre of Israel. Click's innovative offering includes a virtual learning programme for housebound elders, a craft workshop where elders work in a social and stimulating environment and a Holocaust Survivors' Cafe, which runs social activities for...
The Family Nest in Ashkelon was founded in 1989 to save children and mothers who find themselves in a vicious life threatening cycle of abuse, addiction, poverty, isolation. The Nest has become a second home for the women and children who go there, offering much needed safety, confidence building, friendship, and support. Many of the women who attend...
The Musicians of Tomorrow is a group of musically gifted children discovered by Anna Rosnovsky, a retired first violinist from the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra . Anna found these children initially through visiting schools in the North. They come to her several times a week for lessons. The aim is to give talented children in more remote areas of...
RE-SPECS aims to ensure that all vision-impaired people, regardless of financial standing, are able to obtain suitable eyewear. RE-SPECS collects used and surplus glasses frames and provides eye care to those in need, changing lives whilst benefitting the environment.
Nofar is 30 and is severely disabled. At 5 years old she had a brain tumour which spread to her spine. By 14, she could no longer walk. Nofar is in remission and three weeks ago she got a place at 'Miriam's Dream'. She now has her own apartment, where she lives with her carer. But she also has a community with the 12 other residents of Miriam...
With thousands of senior citizens across Israel, lonely, isolated and ostracised, Roots for Generations provides volunteer activities to empower them. Treated with dignity and respect, the seniors become active and involved members of the community, easing age related prejudices and abuse.
MASLAN is an organization led by women, for women. MASLAN seeks to combat the epidemic of sexual and domestic violence in Israeli society and strives to ensure that no victim of violence ever feels alone. MASLAN answers the calls of thousands of women and girls every year, allowing each of them to be heard without judgment, and with a full heart.
The Bet Shean Foodbank is staffed entirely by volunteers – mostly teenagers who meet on a Friday morning to prepare and deliver Shabbat or Yom Tov food to people in this low socio-economic area. Food is largely donated from wedding venues, kibbutzim and individuals with staple items being bought locally to include challah, soft drinks and chicken...
Helping people break cycles of poverty by renovating their homes and offering social support to restore their independence
The Lemonade Fund, (Israel Breast Cancer Emergency Relief Fund,) was established in
2011, to provide emergency financial assistance to Israeli citizens, recently been diagnosed
with breast cancer, (regardless of race, ethnicity or religion,) who are in financial crisis due to
the ancillary costs of having breast cancer.
Miracles happen at INTRA. From a paralyzed soldier regaining the ability to walk to a child with autism learning to speak, the healing powers of horses transform lives. The highly skilled therapists and horses at INTRA work with children and adults with a wide range of special needs and achieve success where other therapies have failed.
There are currently approximately 5,800 “lone soldiers” serving in the Israel Defense Force (IDF). Some of them are new immigrants to Israel that arrived without their families in order to serve in the army, and some of them are Israel-born soldiers from difficult socio-economic backgrounds. For these soldiers, army service is a second chance to...
Hi, my name is Ella and I have just started year seven at Haberdashers’ Aske's School for Girls. My biggest passion is art, and I have decided that for my Bat Mitzvah, it would be lovely to turn my artwork into cards, which I am selling to raise money for Myisrael. I chose the project 'RE-SPECS' because I have glasses myself, and was amazed at how...
The Garage provide a unique skill set to their participants: a balance between behavioral / social support and artistic professional teaching skills and methodologies.
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