‘Renew our days as of old,’ to bring KKL-JNF back to the original purpose for which it was founded 120 years ago.
Wildfires sparked by extreme heatwaves this past weekend (Oct. 9-11) have destroyed hundreds of acres of forest in northern and central Israel.
Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael-Jewish National Fund (KKL-JNF), Israel's largest environmental agency, is on the front-line in defending the weak and vulnerable.
In the heart of the Hula Valley, KKL-JNF opened a veterinary clinic and acclimation center for injured wildlife
KKL-JNF Houses are still continuing to provide a ‘second home’ for disadvantaged youth – while keeping strictly to Israel’s Health Ministry regulation
Friendship House in Kiryat Bialik, the annual holy Sigd Festival activities are still going ahead as planned.
The unique group is comprised of 13 families, with at least one health-care professional in each family.
On KKL-JNF's 120 anniversary the public is invited to enjoy the exhibition and try to identify people featured in the photos in exchange for receiving an original copy.
With the advent of working from home and remote locations, It no longer matters where an employer is situated. “Someone can hire an employee that is living in Zefat or Kiryat Shemona."
A stroll on the security road that faces Jerusalem reveals a treasure trove of wild flowers that dazzle with their amazing colors and scientific facts.