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The Foundation for the Welfare of Holocaust Victims

The Foundation for the Welfare of Holocaust Victims, a non-profit organization, was founded 27 years ago by Holocaust survivors, and for Holocaust survivors.\n\nThe mission of the Foundation is:\n1.\tTo help Holocaust survivors in Israel improve the quality of their lives and assist them in every way possible. \n2.\tTo help Holocaust survivors in Israel live in dignity by providing them with various services with the support of Israel’s Authority for Holocaust Survivors Rights, the Claims Conference, governmental authorities, private donors, businesses and partners in Israel and abroad.


Latet was established in order to reduce poverty, for a better and just society, by providing assistance to needy populations, mobilizing civil society towards mutual responsibility, and leading change in the national priorities.\nIn 1996, Gilles Darmon, a new immigrant freshly arrived from France, witnessed the growing poverty phenomena in Israel and sought ways to make a positive change. Driven by an ideal of justice and the belief that Israeli society should be at the heart of this change, he established Latet ("To Give" in Hebrew), inspired by existing humanitarian models. What started as the ambitious dream of a young idealist is today the largest Israeli non-profit organization combating poverty, thanks to hundreds of thousands of individuals who have joined forces for the past 20 years.

Ezer Mizion

Ezer Mizion's mission: to assist the functionally challenged, mentally challenged and those undergoing sudden, traumatic crises relating to medical and health issues which preclude optimal coping. Appropriate equipment, food disbursement, intervention, mentoring and social services are provided by professional experts and trained volunteers to alleviate and attempt to eliminate the said challenges for those in need among Israel's population, enabling them to maintain their dignity,\nindependence and improve their quality of life.\nEzer Mizion also attempts to prevent crises by creating awareness and providing support groups for those at risk among Israel's population.\nEzer Mizion's International Bone Marrow Registry collaborates with medical centers around the globe by facilitating transplants for patients whose only chance of survival is a stem cell transplant.\nSincere caring and professionalism form the core of these services, making Ezer Mizion a source of healing, support and comfort for many thousands throughout Israel and beyond.


Translated using Google translate, excuse errors Vision: Leading school teaching autism in a national level, which combines technological teaching methods and innovative treatment. Purpose: Implementation of individual behavioural pattern , functional, social and systemic integration will enable the students to manage different settings of life, independence and optimal quality of life. School Ofarim is working to realize the cognitive abilities, emotional, social and functionality of the student in self-belief in the ability of the student. Creating an educational framework which responds to therapeutic range for the varied needs of pupils with complex communication disorders and autism. the acquisition and development of communication skills and Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Develop skills in every day life tasks and independent capabilities of students. Acquisition and development of social skills. Empowering experience of social belonging. Exposing children to normative life experience as possible. Finding unique ways of learning for the student despite the complex difficulties and advance purchase various learning skills. Development of the unique capabilities of the students. Create programs that allow a meeting or a mix of students with normal children. The focus of learning, training, advice and guidance to the community and other educational frameworks for children with visual communication and autism.

CoderDojo Foundation
CoderDojo Foundation

Our purpose is to create the worlds leading network of affiliated coding clubs for young people. Our goals are to support, develop and scale CoderDojo to inspire young coders around the world.

The Keshatot Children Foundation

The "Keshatot" (Rainbow) Center for autistic children functions as a kindergarten and a primary school, for 80 pupils ages 3-13. The goal of the Center is to enhance the children's ability to participate in mainstream society. A unique program is built for each child, integrating physical, emotional and academic activities. The students enjoy a variety of paramedical treatments on a regular basis. Some of these treatments are subsidised by the state (speech therapy, occupational therapy and emotional therapy), but other treatments are funded only by donations. As part of our determination to provide our children the best tailored treatment they deserve, The Keshatot Center enriches its pupils with extra curricular treatments that have proven their great positive affect on autistic children worldwide. "The Keshatot Children" foundation supports the school by providing funds for the extra treatments the children receive, along with providing "tech-aid", such as laptops and iPADS, "smart classes" (connecting the iPADs via wifi to an AppleTV and to 40" screens).

International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (INAS)

That Athletes With An Intellectual Impairment Across The World Have The Opportunity To Achieve Excellence In Sport And High-Level Competition

Adalah - The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel

Mission: Adalah ("Justice" in Arabic) is an independent human rights organization and legal center. Established in November 1996, it works to promote and defend the rights of Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel, 1.2 million people, or 20% of the population, as well as Palestinians living in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT).

Oxfam GB

Oxfam is a global movement of people who share the belief that, in a world rich in resources, poverty isn't inevitable. It's an injustice which can, and must, be overcome. We're dedicated to building a just and safer world focusing on people's rights. We're passionate about ending poverty and helping to rebuild the lives affected by it. It's an enormous undertaking but we also have people on our side - talented and committed partners, volunteers, supporters and staff who share the same values. We aim to save lives by responding quickly with aid and protection during emergencies, empower people to work their own way out of poverty and campaign for lasting change. We have been saving and changing lives for seventy years now and know that tackling poverty is only possible when we are helping people to secure their fundamental human rights - the right to life and security, the right to a sustainable livelihood, the right to essential services, the right to be heard and the right to equity (in particular, the rights of women). We work at all levels - global and local, with international governments and global institutions, local communities and individuals - to make sure that these rights are protected and that the best solutions to people's suffering are implemented. Our values as an organisation are founded upon our experiences. We know that poverty can only be overcome once the fundamental human rights of impoverished others are secured and our three main values as an organisation - empowerment, accountability, inclusiveness - reflect this. Empowerment - our approach means that everyone involved with Oxfam, from our staff and supporters to people living in poverty, should feel they can make change happen. Accountability - our purpose driven, results-focused approach means we take responsibility for our actions and hold ourselves accountable; we believe that others should also be held accountable for their actions. Inclusiveness - we are open to everyone and embrace diversity; we believe everyone has a contribution to make, regardless of visible and invisible differences.

Sisterhood Agenda
Sisterhood Agenda

Sisterhood Agenda is an award-winning, tax-exempt nonprofit organization that creates and implements activities for women and girls around the globe for education, support and empowerment. Sisterhood Agenda promotes positive social change and has over 6,000 global partners in 36 countries. Global partners create an extensive sisterhood network to increase local organization capacity and unite women and girls. Sisterhood Agenda's SEA (Sisterhood Empowerment Academy), based in the U.S. Virgin Islands, attracts international participants. On global and local levels, Sisterhood Agenda addresses social, health, economic and cultural issues facing women and girls to promote positive life outcomes. Sisterhood Agenda's social impact is expanded through partnerships with agencies, individuals and businesses throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, India, the Caribbean, United Kingdom, Africa, Australia, and other geographic regions. Sisterhood Agenda maintains its social networking sites and blog at

Teen International Media Exchange
Teen International Media Exchange

In the wake of September 11, 2001, a group of Los Angeles media instructors and professionals gathered to discuss the tragedy. They were determined to “go global” and make a major, long-term impact on the world community.The Teen International Media Exchange (TIME) was born, and found a home at the Media Academy at Grover Cleveland High School in Reseda, CA, where two of the founders teach.Today, TIME is a non-profit organization with an explicit mission: to empower the energy of teenagers and the dynamic power of the media to create a peaceful, cooperative world community.

La Serenissima
La Serenissima

La Serenissima is a British-based orchestra offering vibrant performances of Italian baroque music using instruments of the time. We particularly champion the music of 18th century Venice, carrying out original research and hands-on editing work which is used to create musical performances (live and recorded). We talk about our discoveries in plain English (through discussion and the media) and we work in partnership with institutions, venues and hubs to produce outreach experiences for a wide range of beneficiaries wherever possible. Our recordings are available to everyone via free streaming sites and regular radio-play; we tour our concerts throughout the UK and abroad.