Our Dedicated Grantees

We consider our grantees true partners.

Our grantees are capable leaders in the fields of education, academic Yiddish, and scientific and medical research. We provide financial support and expert advice to our grantees to help them reach the next level in their work. We provide start-up funding to new and untested nonprofits, grants to existing organizations for new projects, and occasionally, organizational support. Learn about our diverse group of game-changing grantees and our collaborations below.

The Shefa School

Supporting the Shefa School’s unique Teacher Residency Program to train the next generation of Shefa educators

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KADAR CENTER AT MANOR CABRI

Training teachers and transforming school environments with research-based learning in Northern Israel.

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NAOMI WORLD ORT DIGITAL TEACHER TRAINING SEMINARS

Technology training and professional development seminars for Hebrew and Judaic studies teachers around the world.

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ELEM - Youth in Distress

Training and supporting volunteers who work with young people throughout Israel.

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Teach First Israel - Hotam

Teach First Israel is committed to training the next generation of teachers and providing all Israel’s children with quality education.

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Travel Grants for Scientists at TAU

Helping researchers to travel to foreign labs, learn cutting-edge research techniques, and belong to a growing community of top-tier scientists.

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Sci Tech Schools – ISTEAM

This pilot project promotes excellence in Innovation Science, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (I-STEAM) in the Israel Sci Tech School Network.

FoodCorps

FoodCorps is creating a future in which every school is a healthy school and every child is well-nourished and ready to learn. The Practice Alignment Project leads the field by addressing the “how” of creating healthier school environments.

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Shoresh

The Naomi Foundation supports education policy research by Shoresh Institute for Socioeconomic Research

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Life’s Door

The Hope Project trains physicians to engage in “hope enhancement techniques” for patients with cancer and their caregivers. The project offers a new model for the physician-patient relationship and with this grant, it will be studied rigorously and adapted for replication.

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Kadar Family Award for Outstanding Research

The Kadar Family Award for Outstanding Research at Tel Aviv University celebrates pioneers who have reached the highest levels of excellence in both research and teaching.

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You!

Apply for a grant for your charitable, educational or scientific project. We will begin accepting applications for the 2019-2020 cycle in Fall 2018.

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