Project No. 16 – Teder (Frequency) is Rishon LeZion’s municipal youth club. The club includes a well-appointed events hall, music room and recording studio open to the public at low prices, and of course the skateboard park, which is open to the general public seven days a week.
Project No. 12 – The new building will be a central address in Rishon LeZion that will bring together a large number of associations operating in the city under one roof. It will also serve as a community center where residents can come to receive assistance and support on a broad range of subjects.
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. 5 – The City of Rishon LeZion and the Rishon LeZion Foundation – in cooperation with some of Israel’s leading business and economic figures – are currently promoting the idea of establishing a National Excellence House. This is an innovative, multidisciplinary project that seeks to be unique and groundbreaking.
Project No. 4 – An annual and comprehensive program by the Social Inclusion Administration, with the Rishon LeZion Foundation’s assistance, that aims to provide an up close and personal encounter with the story of the Jewish immigration to Israel from Ethiopia through Sudan, with all of its hardships, trials and tribulations.
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 …