The Education Fund provides financial assistance for various educational initiatives, special needs programs, facilities and scholarship funds. Donating to this fund supports the schools, therapy centers, special needs programs and higher education intitiatives in Judea and Samaria.

The Gevanim Center

The Gevanim center for psychological and social services was established to answer a wide range of therapeutic needs for the Binyamin Region. The center employs more than 50 professionals from a wide variety of fields-psychologists, social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech, art and music therapists and more. Binyamin offers unparalleled quality of life, both physical and spiritual. Yet, with all the rapid growth and success of the communities of Judea and Samaria, great challenges remain. The ongoing threat to personal security and the unfortunate exposure to terror attacks take their toll on children and adults alike. Acquiring coping skills and emotional strength in a sometime challenging and dangerous environment is vital. The center provides individual therapeutic support and intervention for...

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Regavim

Regavim’s work is becoming increasingly complicated. Foreign interests continue to fund illegal activities that imperil the security and growth of the Jewish Homeland. Years of official neglect and passivity have enabled the creation of facts on the ground that may soon be irreversible. Your contribution to Regavim will enable us to continue and expand our efforts to safeguard our most precious resource: The land of Israel itself.

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Kapot Hamanul

After 2000 years of exile, the Jewish people have returned to the Holy Land, having built a nation and a state. However, Temple Mount, the heart of the Jewish people and the center of their connection with God remains barren and unwanted, left to the good will of the jordanian police. In the year 2000, small groups began to return to the holy site. Although numbers have grown every year, the harshness and unpleasantness they encountered was devastating. Long hours of waiting, brisk tours and prohibition of prayer were a normal feature visiting the mount. In light of these difficulties rose “The Open Gate” organization. Striving to provide pleasant, uplifting and professional tours of the Temple Mount for Jews of...

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Temple Mount Sifting Project

The Temple Mount Sifting Project is an archaeological endeavor open to the public, enabling people from all walks of life and all ages to experience hands-on excitement of archaeological discovery of artifacts from the ancient heart of Jerusalem. The project was established in order to salvage archaeological artifacts from the massive heaps of soil that were removed illegally and destructively from the Temple Mount during renovations conducted in 1999.

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Bnei David Mechina Program

Bnei David- Eli is the first Yeshiva Academy (Mechina) Program established in Israel, combining Torah studies and full-length army service (as opposed to the 50% army service component of Hesder programs). Initially, Bnei David was only a pre-army preparatory Mechina program whose goal was starting a silent revolution in the Israel Defense Forces. Over the past 20 years, while the motivation among Israel’s youth to serve in the army has consistently declined, Bnei David has offered its students a new path – a path that views serving in the IDF as a value and a privilege. Bnei David’s graduates consider their army service a mission, no less than their dedication to Torah study.

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Dolev homes for At-Risk Youth

Dolev homes for at-risk youth is a network of 14 projects involving 450 at-risk teens brought together in four locations throughout Israel including Dolev, Jerusalem, Ashdot, and Modiin. The original mother project, Ulpanat dolev, is a residential rehab center and school in the community of Dolev near Modiin for 120 high risk girls, age 11-19 from all over Israel. The youth are referred to the school by the courts, local social workers and school counselors.

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Mechinat Otzem

The pre-army yeshiva is designed for idealistic, religious young men who aspire to deepen their Torah knowledge, strengthen their spiritual convictions, and take responsibility for all aspects of their lives both during and after their military service. The Otzem Yeshiva has been active for twenty years; it is constantly developing and rising to meet new challenges. This year, the Yeshiva is serving more than 300 students (about 160 in the first-year program and 140 in the second-year and graduate programs). Students in the Yeshiva represent a broad geographical spectrum of Israeli Religious Zionism, hailing from the Golan Heights in the north to Eilat in the south. We seek to create a mixture of students from different communal backgrounds including development...

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Mifgash Special Needs Center

The MIFGASH Therapy Center in Shiloh serves the developmental needs of children, from infant age until Junior High in Gush Shiloh and Jordan Valley area, in a radius of 20 kilometers. The MIFGASH Therapy Center both evaluates and treats children with delayed development in various areas including, gross and fine motor development, language, cognitive skills, and learning, emotional, and behavioral problems and is recognized by the various medical funds.

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Lapidot Emunah Pre-military Academy

Lapidot-Emunah is a pre-military academy for religious girls that prepares its students for a rich spiritual life and to take responsibility in Zionist-social leadership roles, whether in the army or afterwards.In recent years there has been a significant increase in the number of religious girls enlisting in the IDF. This trend is continuing, yet there are few programs that prepare these girls for meaningful military service and support them throughout that service.

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Bnei Netzarim Yeshiva

After the disengagement from Gush Katif, residents of the settlements of Atzmona and the Netzarim have decided to establish a religious settlement in the pioneering sands of the Eshkol Regional […]

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Lev Binyamin

A Center dedicated to assisting hundreds of children with special needs and their families living in the 45 Jewish communities of the Binyamin Region. Lev Binyamin services children who are challenged by a wide array of disabilities. These children are unable to independently integrate into existing social and educational programs for their age groups within their communities. The responsibility for caring, advancing, and enriching them falls on their parents and families.

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Neve Avraham Children’s Development Center

The “Neve Avraham” Children’s Treatment Center in Kiryat Arba-Hevron was established in 1989. The Center  is “an oasis in a desert of chaos” to the children and families living in the region who suffer from emotional trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder. It is housed in an apartment in a regular neighborhood that once was home to the Or Menachem High School Yeshivah. It is a warm place that feels like a home. The Center provides occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, and emotional therapies such as art, movement, and animal-assisted therapy.

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Beit Haggai Youth Village

Beit Haggai Youth Village was established at Beit Haggai, a residential community named in memory of three young men (Hanan Krauthamer, Gershon Klein, and Yaakov Zimmerman) who were murdered at the entrance to Beit Hadassah in Hebron in the spring of 1980. Beit Hadassah began as a charitable institution, serving both Jews and Arabs in Hebron. Beit Haggai Youth Village not only perpetuates the memories of the fallen, but also the dream of Hebron’s Jewish community: helping the weak, the different, and the needy. From the outset, the founders of Beit Haggai sought to establish a benevolent institution, a special therapeutic and educational center for youth.

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Talmud Torah Hadar Yosef

Talmud Torah “Hadar Yosef” was established through our desire to educate Eli’s children in the values of Torah and Mitzvot. A substantial number of the Talmud Torah’s teachers are Mechina alumni who are continuing to learn in the Kollel, in conjunction with their work as educators. The student body numbers 400 students and is expected to continue growing within the next few years. The staff consists of 30 male and female teachers.

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Educational Scholarship Fund

In Judea and Samaria, there are a number of families who fall below the poverty line. These families are known by the Welfare Department and receive both physical and mental support in order to deal with their day to day lives, while others receive the necessary resources to help with their financial pressures. Many parents do not have the necessary resources to pay for ancillary expenses incurred by their school-aged students including textbooks, class trips, tutoring assistance and more – all items vital to their children’s educational and social growth. 

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Yeshiva Kochav Hashachar

Ets Chaim and Torah LishmaYeshiva Kochav Hashachar offers a unique opportunity to become a partner in the Mitzva of inheriting and claiming the Land of Israel and all of the special mitzvot that are dependent on the Land of Israel. The Yeshiva has two separate educational tracks, the first is Rabbinic Ordination in religious matters (Yoreah Deah) and the second is Rabbinic Ordination in monetary matters (Yadin Yadin).  Our students toil day and night in learning Torah with a goal and vision of being able to go out to the world around us and teach and inspire people with a broad and living vibrant Torah.

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Darashti Kirvatecha

Darashti Kivatecha is the exclusive supporter of the "Jewish Community Server" a network of social media groups with over 26,000 users, and with the most active Orthodox Discord group there is. We are building a global Jewish learning and culture center for our home in the Metaverse. We are developing a new and exciting way to learn Torah, rekindling our connection and support for the holy land, and paving the way for Jewish education and virtual communities for the next generation.

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Chetzim Yeshiva in Itamar
Chetzim Yeshiva in Itamar

Chetzim Yeshiva in Itamar

The Chitzim Yeshiva Youth Village is breaking new ground in the world of education, leading hundreds of students on a new path that transforms them into adults who fully integrate into productive Israeli life, studying Torah, innovating ideas and serving in the IDF. The Village adopts a unique method that holistically analyzes the complete expanse of the boys’ abilities. By utilizing several tools: small group study, professional courses and extracurricular activities, trekking excursions and agricultural work, the Village staff succeeds in identifying the strong points in each and every student.

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The Bruchin Pre-Military Yeshiva

Our Vision: Growth in Torah Brings a Spirit of Renewal to the World of Action Building character – through spiritual exertion, social consciousness and values-based growth – while contributing to […]

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Completed Education Projects

Derech Halev

August 19th, 2021

Jewish Heritage Center- Ariel University

August 19th, 2021

Lashon Limudim

August 19th, 2021

Arzei Helavanon

August 19th, 2021

Beit Haggai- No Child Left Behind

August 19th, 2021

Yeshiva in Sussia

August 19th, 2021

Midreshet Binat

August 19th, 2021

Oro Shel Adam

August 19th, 2021

Maayanot Bahar- Peduel

August 19th, 2021