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Education and welfare projects

Education & Welfare Projects

ESRA, founded in 1979 as a non-profit, is Israel's largest English-speaking community, aiding the integration of olim while working toward equality in Israeli society. ESRA aims to help diminish educational and social gaps, especially in the socio-geographic periphery, focusing on education and excellence programs and enhancing personal and social skills in a safe and supportive environment. We also integrate English-speaking immigrants into these projects, helping them feel useful and contributing members of society, thereby serving our two significant aims.

Art Classes

Weekly  Art class and special occasions activities in an afterschool welfare center. Rehovot

Rationale

Children in afternoon centers lack enriching programs. We assist in providing them with an activity of art, exposing them to create, and hopefully enriching their lives.

Target Audience

20 Children at risk, ages 6-10 who have been identified by the local Welfare Department

Objectives

  • Create interest in art
  • Strengthen belief in personal ability
  • Enrichment by content that they are not normally exposed to

Duration

Once a week during the School year

Location

Moria and Pitango after-school centers, Rehovot

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ESRA Secondhand Shops
ESRA second Hand & Vintage Shops for the Community

Our secondhand shops for the community are loaded with clothing and brands for women, men, and children, bric-a-brac, vintage, and much more….all at reasonable prices!

ESRA second Hand & Vintage Shops for the Community

Our secondhand bookshops have a huge variety of English fiction and non-fiction for all ages, including lots of good reads for kids, all at rock-bottom prices.