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Volunteer Abroad - Jerusalem, Israel

Volunteer near Jerusalem, Israel

ALEH

Jerusalem, Israel, Europe.
100% response rate
ALEH believes that every child, regardless of the severity of the physical or cognitive disability, has the right to benefit from the best available care in order to reach his or her fullest potential.

98% response rate
The Kibbutz Volunteer Program Center offers working and living on the Kibbutz while learning about the country.

92% response rate , 15 hour(s) response time.
The Marda Permaculture Farm is a working farm and demonstration site for permaculture principles, techniques and strategies located in Palestine.

77% response rate
Robin Hood Israel Foundation’s (RHIF) mission is to improve the welfare of the State of Israel's citizens by advancing Western values of democracy and providing philanthropic solutions that close the gaps in the country's socio-economic safety nets.

Orient and Dance Theater is an artistic space situated In Ramallah/Al-Bireh, Palestine. It is a place for dance, music and arts. ODT stands for hope, tolerance and diversity. Art is used here to express feelings and create something new.

ANU - Making Change

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, Europe.
0% response rate
ANU-Making Change is an apolitical non-profit organization that empowers civil society by leveraging the collaborative power of people working together to advance striking socioeconomic issues, for a more equitable and inclusive Israel.

Egalitarian Jewish conservative community

The Arab-Jewish Community Center was founded in 1993 in partnership with the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality as a non-profit, public institution in the main field of peace-building.

Permaculture training and demonstration site serving local students, women's associations, and community groups.

Tzabar Parents

Work with immigrants in Israel in the fields of Israeli Culture!

Rehovot, Israel, Europe.
Tzabar Parents is social, professional and intellectual address to Israeli immigrant parents and educators in the field of Jewish & Israeli culture and identification among young immigrant families.

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