non-profit

Gvanim: The non-profit improving the lives of special-needs persons

Gvanim’s uniqueness is that each person has a plan developed specifically to meet his/her specific needs.

By MAXINE LIPTZEN DOROT
04/06/2020
Building a home for Israel's brightest minds

According to nonprofit ScienceAbroad, the Israeli economy loses approximately NIS 20 million for every academic who remains abroad.

29/02/2020
An empty Knesset Plenum
Crowdfunded lobbying group working to break up monopolies

Lobby 99 gives members power to chose issues to address.

YOUTH TAKE PART in a Ma’aglim event.
Educational nonprofit Ma’agalim embarks on fund-raising campaign

The “youth empowerment” organization is operating with a budget of NIS 4 million but says it needs NIS 12m. to sustain its programs.

House committee increases funding for security at synagogues

The House Appropriations Committee is increasing its security grants for non-profits by 50% to $90 million.

Sunset
Impact philanthropy means measurable results

Today we are operating in a very different philanthropic climate.

By YARIV SULTAN
08/12/2019
A bank employee counts Israeli Shekel notes for the camera at a bank branch in Tel Aviv
Israeli non-profit plans unique social bank, expanding credit access

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).

25/11/2019
Books
A mother of 5 passes away and leaves her legacy in the form of books

A 32-year-old mother and teacher passed away and inspired people to donate 40 thousand books to children in need.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
26/10/2019
GRAVES DESECRATED by vandals with Nazi swastikas and antisemitic slogans are seen in the Jewish ceme
German organizations that combat antisemitism face uncertain future

Exit, along with multiple other organizations combating extremism, is funded through Germany's "Live Democracy!" program, which made headlines when it said the budget would be cut by 8 million euros.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
15/10/2019
Ogen receives expanded Credit Provider License

Since its founding in 1990, the nonprofit organization has lent NIS 1.2 billion in interest-free loans to 62,500 households and small businesses in the country.

27/09/2019
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