"Giving charity increases peace in the world. It does so both between the human beings who participate - the giver and receiver - and also between man and God."
Midrash (Vayikra Rabba 34)

The programs we support include the following:



Tmura

The Israeli Public Service Venture Fund is a non-profit organization, an "amuta," established by leading Israeli venture capital funds to involve the high-tech sector in supporting charitable activities. The model is simple: early-stage companies give Tmura a warrant, convertible (at exit) into a small portion of their equity. If the company succeeds, Tmura sells its shares and donates the proceeds to charities in Israel; the focus is on education and youth-related activities, and the companies can indicate which organizations they want to support.

Israel Seed, as well as several other leading venture capital funds, support Tmura's activities and encourage portfolio companies to make an equity donation to Tmura.

Contact information:
Tmura Executive
Director, Baruch Lipner
Tel: +972-3-607-4506
E mail: baruch@tmura.org
Web: www.tmura.org.






Alyn Hospital

Alyn Hospital is one of the world's leading specialists in the active and intensive rehabilitation of children, regardless of religion or ethnic origin, with a broad range of physical disabilities and is the only facility of its kind in Israel.

Contact Information:
Address: Shmariyahu Levin Street
Kiryat Hayovel
Jerusalem 91090, Israel
Phone: (+972) 2 6494222
Fax: (+972) 2 6437338
Email: alyn@netvision.net.il
Web: http://www.alyn.org/




Adam Teva Vadin - Israel Union For Environmental Defense

Founded in 1990, IUED pioneered the effective use of legal advocacy as a means of safeguarding Israel’s environment.

With legal standing under a number of environmental laws to take civil and criminal action on the public’s behalf, IUED pursues a vigorous agenda of strategically focused projects in four key areas: air pollution prevention, drinking water safety, solid waste management, and accessible open spaces

Contact Information:
Address:
85 Nahalat Binyamin Street, 3rd Floor
Tel Aviv 66102, Israel
Tel: (972) 3-5669939
Fax: (972) 3-5669940
Email: iued@iued.org.il
Web: http://www.iued.org.il




Ezra Lemarpeh

The voluntary organization "ezra l'marpeh", directed by the Rabbi Elimelech Fierer, operates to ease the suffering of the sick and their families. This organization provides assistance, advise , and medical equipment to anyone who needs it, throughout israel.

Contact Information:
24 Hida Street, Bnei Brak 03-5777000
Web: http://ezra-lemarpe.org




Ezrat Avot

Senior Day Care/Community Center. Provides a wide range of cultural, social and religious programs, as well as hot home cooked meals daily to the poverty stricken elderly of Jerusalem.

Contact Information:
Address:P.O.B. 5603, Jerusalem
Phone: 02-5829984 / 02-5825107
Fax:02-5322226
Email: ezratavot@hotmail.com






Matan

About: Matan has been instrumental in mainstreaming the concept of Torah study for women of all ages and backgrounds. Thousands take part in weekly classes, summer programs and Beit Midrash learning in Jerusalem, Haifa and the Sharon area. Combining the best of academic inquiry with traditional yeshiva learning, Matan has produced an outstanding cadre of scholars and teachers.

Contact information:
http://www.matan.org.il






Snunit

SNUNIT: Israel's Leading Innovator of Internet-based Learning Snunit provides online content, teacher training and computers in a pioneering, integrated approach aimed at raising the level of education in Israel.

Founded at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in 1994 before the dawn of Israel's Internet era Snunit draws from vast experience in educational technology to create innovative programs. Snunit became an independent nonprofit organization in 1999.

Contact Information:
Address:
Hebrew University Jerusalem,
Giva’at Ram,
Jerusalem 91904, Israel
Phone: (972)2-6586488
Fax: (972)2-6586495
Email: webman@mail.snunit.k12.il
Web: http://www.snunit.k12.il/english/





Zichron Menachem

Founded in 1990, Zichron Menachem is named after Menachem Erntal, an Israeli boy who battled cancer for 14 years. Drawing on their vast experience, Menachem's parents and friends founded Zichron Menachem to ease the suffering of young cancer patients and their families. Since then, doctors, public figures, rabbis, professionals and hundreds of volunteers have also become involved. Zichron Menachem provides solutions to a wide range of problems from the moment the disease is discovered, helping the parents to shoulder all the difficulties awaiting them.

Contact information:
23 Harav Frank Street,
POB 16383 Bayit Vagan,
Jerusalem 91163
Tel: 972-2-6433001
Fax: 972-2-6433991
e mail: info@zichronmenachem.org



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