Daily Archives: August 22, 2012

Jerusalem Music Center

Since its opening in 1973, the Jerusalem Music Centre (JMC) has been providing the music and music education communities in Israel with a world-class national resource centre, dedicated to encouraging the country’s finest talents, bridging the distance between Israel and the rest of the music world, and initiating and implementing […]

Beit Midrash Elul

Since 1989, Elul has developed programs nurturing a new Jewish discourse in Israel – pluralistic, open and accessible. At Elul, hundreds of Israelis from the most diverse backgrounds encounter Jewish and universal, modern and classic texts, and learn to incorporate Jewish values and culture into their everyday lives. Israeli society is […]

Alzheimer Ramat Gan Center

The Stuchinski Ramat-Gan Alzheimer Research and Treatment Center was founded in 2001 by a non-profit foundation supported by public and private contributions. The Center provides long-term care to 100 residents who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, diagnostic diagnostic services to outpatients, and short-term hospitalization for medication adjustment. […]

Midreshet HaGolan

Midreshet Hagolan — Reviving values Midreshet Hagolan was established in 1980 to help youngsters, teens, and young adults achieve success and self-fulfillment through unique educational programs and frameworks. Hundreds of youths from all over Israel attend our institutions and participate in our programs. Our guiding principles — love of the […]

Midreshet Eshel

Midreshet Eshel is a Jewish women’s post high school seminary in Israel that provides students with the opportunity to explore their rich Sephardic heritage and tradition in an exciting and innovative way. Housed in the convenient quarters, in the Old City of Jerusalem, Eshel’s educational Jewish studies program is in […]

Ne’emanei Torah VeAvodah

Our Mission Ne’emanei Torah Va’Avodah, a religious-Zionist movement that seeks to return Religious Zionism to its roots, works to create a thinking religious culture that is open and self-critical, and encourages a courageous halakhic discourse that deals with the challenges of contemporary times. Its orientation aims to promote the values […]


    Enosh, the Israeli nonprofit Mental Health Association, was founded in 1978 by a group of families, volunteers and professionals. The declared mission is to promote mental health issues for individuals dealing with a psychiatric disability and their families, provide rehabilitation services and support during the recovery process, help […]

Keren Hanan Aynor

Addressing the needs of the Ethiopian immigrant community, Keren Hanan Aynor decided to assist talented, highly motivated Ethiopian Israelis to acquire a higher education and/or a proffessional degree. Its aim to promote the emergence of a core leadership committed to serving the community as well as the society at large, […]