Yearly Archives: 2014


Tel-Hai College

Tel-Hai College, since its establishment as an independent academic institution in 1996, has soared to become not only one of Israel’s leading colleges, but also the most powerful engine for the educational, economic and social development of the Upper Galilee. Offering a carefully chosen set of varied academic programs, Tel-Hai […]


Makor Chaim

Makor Chaim Institutions, Gush Etzion Naftali Fraenkel & Gilad Shaer of blessed memory studied at Makor Chaim. The word “Makor” means “source” and as Naftali’s mother Racheli Fraenkel has said in her talks around the world – Makor Chaim was indeed the source of the unparalleled wave of unity that […]


British Friends of Gesher

Gesher closes the gap between secular, religious and ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel, and promotes our shared heritage as the force which can hold us together. Meaning ‘Bridge’ in Hebrew, Gesher has refined a unique educational approach that confronts our differences, fosters commitment to Jewish identity and builds skills for a […]


Kivunim: New Directions for Special Needs Youth in Israel

Kivunim: A Charitable Organization To Further Youngsters With Special Needs in Israel was founded in 2003 for young people with sensory and physical disabilities. Kivunim means “directions” — giving direction and meaning, therefore enabling young people with disabilities to become independent. They achieve this through comprehensive service, study, life-skills training […]


ESRA

ESRA is an independent non-profit organisation run by volunteers. A group of English Speaking residents of Herzliya and Kfar Shmaryahu formed ESRA in 1979, primarily to fulfill a social need and assist their integration into Israeli society. The new ‘English Speaking Resident’s Association’, known as ESRA, soon expanded to include […]


PTACH

  P’TACH is a Jerusalem based organization that services children with learning difficulties (LD). Our goal is to provide children with the tools they need to succeed in school and in life and to become productive members of the Jewish community. Research indicates 10 percent of all school age children […]