When I announced my upcoming retirement this fall after six years of leading the Orthodox Union as its senior professional, the world looked very different.
For the past 27 years, Tenufa has been working with maintenance professionals in 14 cities, some on staff and some serving as volunteers, in order to provide crucial and necessary repairs.
Gvanim’s uniqueness is that each person has a plan developed specifically to meet his/her specific needs.
According to nonprofit ScienceAbroad, the Israeli economy loses approximately NIS 20 million for every academic who remains abroad.
Lobby 99 gives members power to chose issues to address.
The “youth empowerment” organization is operating with a budget of NIS 4 million but says it needs NIS 12m. to sustain its programs.
The House Appropriations Committee is increasing its security grants for non-profits by 50% to $90 million.
Today we are operating in a very different philanthropic climate.
Seeking to close social gaps by ensuring full access to economic opportunity, Ogen is now embarking on an ambitious and unique project licensed by the Bank of Israel (BOI).
A 32-year-old mother and teacher passed away and inspired people to donate 40 thousand books to children in need.