Project of the Month

These programs allow talented underprivileged teenagers to fulfill their potential by providing them with a challenging program of enrichment and leadership training at the Ruppin Institute of Marine Science. Talented 7th graders from all backgrounds of Israeli society in the lower socio-economic levels are chosen - programs run for 2 years.

Ramat Hasharon

Ramat Hasharon is a well established branch with regular meetings.

Branch Meeting: usually with a guest speaker: Meetings are held at Beit Malinov on Bialik Boulevard on alternate months. Meetings will continue to take place this year on a Sunday at 4 p.m.
(15 March &  31 May 2015)

Discussion Group: Last Thursday of every month in private homes. (Waiting list of those wishing to join group).

Annual Concert at Yad Lebanim hosting young musicians from the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at TAU, to raise funds for local projects. This year on Tuesday  9 March, 2015 at 8 pm.

Volunteering Activities:
  • Kidum Noar Project -  'Moadon 2000' 
  • English Tutoring Junior and Senior High School - 3 afternoons a week;
  • Teaching adult groups at Beit Malinov
  • Moadonit Nitzanim in the Morasha neighborhood, an afternoon kindergarten run by the Ramat HaSharon Social and Welfare Department - enrichment and preparation for Grade 1
  • Moadon 2000 (Kidum No'ar) - an afternoon learning center for Junior and Senior High School pupils - setting up a graded English Reading Library plus volunteer English tutoring.
  • Financial Aid at Rosh Hashana and Passover to needy families recommended by Ramat HaSharon Social and Welfare Department. 
Volunteer coordinator: Chava Shavitt

If you would like to help rejuvenate this Branch please contact Central Region Coordinator Glenis Bertfield