Tuesday, August 4, 2020
At a Lifeline for the Old workshop in Jerusalem, elderly artisans craft handmade items for sale to visitors that come from around the world.
The Chinese Embassy in Israel has announced plans to collaborate with the Jewish National Fund on environmental and anti-desertification projects in China.
A new soup kitchen and community center serving the needs of Sao Paulo's poor officially opened its doors last week.
Heifer International has created an online Thanks-Give-A-Cow Hanukkah campaign to encourage charitable giving during the holiday.
Originally a biblical way to calculate the start of the agricultural calendar, Tu B'Shvat has grown into an ecological celebration spearheaded by JNF.
More than 17,000 Jewish young adults will participate in the Birthright Israel free 10-day tours in the upcoming season.
This year in Jerusalem, thanks to a partnership between the Jerusalem Municipality and JNF, Christians can get their own Arizona Cedar for free.
IDC Herzliya has gained a reputation as a top-rated Israeli university that invests in innovative, cutting edge research.
Birthright Israel has contributed more than $825 million to the Israeli economy over its 14-year existence.
In the past couple of years the city of Jerusalem has made an effort to provide a cultural and social scene for the young adults who have moved to the city.
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