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Education and Welfare Community Projects
A long-term project whereby students live rent-free in disadvantaged neighborhoods, they each mentor a group of local schoolchildren and enrich the community. Netanya, Akko, Rishon Lezion
A biennial course for high-potential youth providing educational enrichment in marine science, and ecology at the Ruppin Marine Science Institute, Michmoret
Financial support provided to New Olim in times of crisis. Nationwide
ESRA’s ETP facilitates the work of the English teacher, promotes the students' academic achievements, and provides great satisfaction to volunteer tutors
Financial assistance to students, from their third year of studies. Nationwide
Children with behavioral problems learn to communicate and acquire tools for success, through interacting with animals in the therapeutic farm at Kibbutz Magal, Hadera and surroundings
Weekly activities for young adults providing a social framework and enrichment. Kfar Shmaryahu
Early childhood experts work in kindergartens, helping children prepare for first grade both educationally and emotionally. Netanya
Professional music instruction for youths to help develop their musical talents. Netanya
During afterschool hours, students mentor a group of schoolchildren recommended by the Welfare Department, in return for a scholarship. Rishon Lezion 
Professional sewing training for adults. Netanya
Exposure to plays and building a theater group at Enosh Center. Ramat Hasharon
Weekly chess class and activities for special occasions in an afterschool welfare center. Rishon Lezion
Remedial teaching in an afterschool welfare center. Modiin
Weekly  Nature & Animals activity and special occasions activities in an afterschool welfare center. Rehovot
Development of thinking and study skills among youth diagnosed with learning difficulties. Kfar Hasidim
Animal therapy and weekly fun in the park. Tiberias
Individual subsidized meetings in English for those dealing with trauma and life's challenges. Phone meetings available. Supervised by Prof. Claire Rabin. Nationwide  
Volunteers visit or telephone the elderly, helping them socially and culturally. Nationwide