We serve thousands of impoverished and at-risk and vulnerable children, families, women, elderly and Holocaust Survivors in 40 different programs, projects and initiatives; including multiple groups in each of our After-School Centers, Parent-Child Centers, Food Distribution Center, programs for Elderly and Holocaust Survivors. Take a look what some of our unique programs have to offer those.
after school Enrichment centers
Learn more about our After-School Enrichment Centers for at-risk youth that are running multiple groups for children in need.
Camp, Art, STEM & Tutoring
Click on a program below to learn more about each of our programs for how children at risk develop by getting a Jump Start with individualized tutoring, develop their minds with art and music with Musical Minds, perform experiments in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM Programs) and continue to stimulate their mind in the Jaffa Institute's Summer Camps
Empowering Girls & Women
Learn more about how our Stepping Stone Program for at-risk teenage girls empowers girls
Long-term unemployed women are empowered in our Welfare to Wellbeing Program and given the necessary resources to change the course of their lives.
Mothers continue to be empowered in our Parent-Child Centers
The Neve Ofer House - Crisis Intervention Home is a residential for children of all ages. Learn more about what the Neve Ofer House has to offer vulnerable children
The Jaffa Institute offers many programs for boys at-risk, including the Bet Shemesh Educational Center - BSEC, a residential school in Bet Shemesh; The Jaffa Daled Boys' Youth Center - Moadon Noar; and there are various programs for children. Learn more about the BSEC and Boys' Youth Center
Shoe Drives and MOre
Thanks to generous donors over the years, we have provided hundreds of disadvantaged, at-risk and impoverished children with shoes, coats, backpacks, bicycles, laptops, holiday gifts, and more!