Project No. 56 – So that we are able to support various continuing projects of the Social Inclusion Administration and the Education Division on an ongoing basis, we established a central fund that divides the annual donations among a number of different projects. This contribution is important and helps communities receive significant support over time.
Project No. 29 – An international educational foundation, in cooperation with the Rishon LeZion Foundation and the Rishon LeZion Municipality’s Education Division, approved a three-year grant for a unique municipal project to increase to 25% the number of high school students studying five units of mathematics in the city.
Project No. 27 – One significant project of great importance that the Foundation has been promoting for a number of years is the annual provision of loans to students who are residents of the city, and awarding scholarships to students who volunteer through the PERACH Project to mentor and tutor youngsters in Rishon LeZion.
Project No. 18 – Mikhall is a support and empowerment program for children and teens with a disability, led and inspired by adults who have life experience with a disability – people who know exactly what It is like to grow up and live with a disability, and who have learned to live a full …
Project No. 10 – The Rishon LeZion Foundation supported the advancement of the center, which over the years has expanded the scope of its activity. Today, the center hosts municipal projects for fostering outstanding girls, encouraging writing and creativity, including robotics in the community and more.
Project No. 3 – The Rishon LeZion Foundation and the municipality’s Social Inclusion Department have united to enable students of the HILA supplemental education program to participate in the group trip to Poland.The journey to Poland is a core activity of the Israeli high school system and has become a fundamental experience that shapes Holocaust …