Physical challenges are no match for Etgarim (Challenges), a non-profit that gets Israelis out of their wheelchairs for confidence-building outdoor activities.
At Jerusalem’s Yad LaKashish-Lifeline for the Old, handcrafting Hanukkah gift
items helps immigrant pensioners remain productive members of society.
Israeli medical professionals to provide critical health interventions in the typhoon affected region; Home Front Command to survey area.
Science teacher Amir Yechieli has a side business showing schools how to capture and reuse the rainwater that collects on their roofs.
DevTech believes existing and new Israeli technologies can serve a needy, but massive, market of people who live on just a couple of dollars a day.
Ethiopian immigrants make Yvel’s Megemeria collection sold around the world, and at the same time create a trade for themselves.
Israel’s NowForce application can turn a dozen or more smartphones into an emergency response fleet.
The volunteer program gives teens responsibility for handling essential firefighting tasks, propelling many to future careers.
Botanica, a Jerusalem social business, provides transitional employment for people with mental illness, and activities to involve the public.