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Social Responsibility


Variety Israel

Variety Israel is a nonprofit organization (NPO) founded in 1967 to help children with special needs in a variety of ways: medical treatments, paramedical treatments (occupational therapy, physiotherapy, therapeutic riding, etc.), professional support, purchase of therapeutic and rehabilitation aids (wheelchairs, inserts, bathing installations, spectacles, hearing aids, etc.).
Variety provides assistance for all types of injuries and illnesses, so long as they are chronic, providing each child with individual, multi-annual assistance.
Variety is headed by the chairman of the board, Advocate Ory Slonim, the president, Udi Angel, and the executive director, Riki Ariel.
"The Heart Committee" handles the requests received at our offices and makes home visits all over Israel. Members of the Heart Committee have a say in the Organization's decisions to provide support.
Tens of thousands of children with special needs, regardless of religion, race or gender, have benefited and continue to benefit from grants towards the cost of assistance and support. The grants are paid directly to the care providers and suppliers.
The people who head Variety Israel are one of the reasons that for its strength, transparency and credibility

Lasova

Since our establishment in 1990, Lasova has been providing needy individuals with their basic needs: food shelter and clothing.
We operate all over Israel through 27 centres dedicated to this cause.
In addition,we established and are running a network of youth centers: Kadima for supplementary education to underprivileged children.
We serve all those for whom we provide shelter with sincerity and respect and with great regard to discretion and privacy.
All the members and managers of our association work on a voluntary basi
Since our establishment in 1990, Lasova has been providing needy individuals with their basic needs: food shelter and clothing 
 
.
We operate all over Israel through 27 centres dedicated to this cause.

In addition,we established and are running a network of youth centers: Kadima for supplementary education to underprivileged children.

We serve all those for whom we provide shelter with sincerity and respect and with great regard to discretion and privacy.

All the members and managers of our association work on a voluntary basis

Yeladim - Fair chance for children

In Israel today, over 10,000 children under the age of 18 live in 90 residential group homes around the country, and not with their families. For these children, who were removed from their homes by court order or by the social service authorities because of their parents' serious problems, concepts such as home, family, support and adult protection are not taken for granted.
Yeladim – Fair Chance for Children is a volunteer organization that was founded in 1986 in order to help children in residential group homes. Our non-profit association focuses mainly on activities that are not funded by the ministries of social welfare, education and health, but in coordination with and under the supervision of the Child and Adolescent Department of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services. The main goal is to provide each child with opportunities similar to those enjoyed by children who live with their families, so that they can grow into independent, useful adults.

The Association of Rape Crisis Centers

The Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel is the umbrella organization of the nine Rape Crisis Centers currently operating throughout Israel. The Association and the Rape Crisis Centers are the only organizations in Israel dedicated solely to combating sexual assault. Besides coordinating operations between the Centers, the Association initiates, promotes and supports new projects to improve equality between the sexes in Israel and to reduce physical and sexual violence. The association activities include legislative initiative, usage of media in order to rise awareness, publishing an annual report, conducting workshops, representation in parliament committees, membership and cooperation with national and world wide women organizations.
The Association and the Rape Crisis Centers in Israel are all non-profit organizations, committed to providing equal services to the entire population of sexual assault victims in Israel.

THE "TZOFIM" (SCOUTS) IN ISRAEL

The Hebrew Scout Movement in Israel (‎‎Tnoat HaTzofim HaIvriiem BeYisrael) is an Israeli Jewish co-ed Scouting and Guiding association with about 80,000 members. The Hebrew Scout Movement is now the largest youth movement in Israel.

Established in 1919, the Tzofim (Hebrew Scout Movement) was the first Zionist youth movement in Israel and remains today the largest "National Youth Movement" in the country. Tzofim is famously known as the first egalitarian scouting movement in the world, where boys and girls participate together on an equal basis.