Projects We Support
Rebecca Sieff Centre for the Family, Jerusalem
The original Jerusalem Baby Home established in 1924 in Sha'arei Chesed by Dr Helena Kagan. Her goal was to create a home for abandoned children who survived the war. A wide range of services are provided for the needs of the entire local community.
- Day Care Centre with over 300 toddlers and children
- Beit Hakerem Vocational School, training teenagers in hairdressing, carpentry, cookery and childcare
- Facilities for the prevention and treatment of domestic violence including the intervention in the home and resolving crisis
Gruss Community Centre, Afula
- Located in an area of extreme social and economic deprivation this centre offers training programmes for the unemployed, programmes addressing issues around domestic violence and programmes for the elderly.
- Over a third of the users here are new immigrants from the former Soviet Union and Ethiopia.
- This centre is a hub for the local community. Over 500 children participate in the after-school club and 1200 local children join the summer school.
Shelter for women suffering domestic abuse, Southern Israel
- This shelter provides a safe refuge for Women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.
- Social workers and lawyers work with the women resolving emotional and legal issues.
- Therapies are received weekly women are offered a parenting support group.
- This shelter provides accommodation for up to 60 adults and 75 children at one time.
- The centre is a life line for those encountering domestic violence.
We would love to show you our projects. If you are planning a trip to Israel please get in touch and we will arrange a visit. Seeing is believing, firstname.lastname@example.org