Here you can find descriptions about the range of projects being led by the Foundation, in cooperation with the Rishon LeZion Municipality’s Education Division and additional departments, aimed at empowering various communities in the city. This includes encouraging excellence, advancing students in the various neighborhoods, as well as projects that combine education with social inclusion.
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Bridge to the Future
Project No. 50 – Establishing a school for completing 12 years of study and completing matriculation exams for disadvantaged populations and immigrants.
Olympic and Academic Excellence
Project No. 48 – Olympic and Academic Excellence is a project that will include children on the edge of the continuum in the spheres of
First Computer for Every Child
Project No. 37 – In this complex and confusing period of contending with the coronavirus, as well as with the economic crisis, gaps have been
Ofek Echad (One Horizon): Building and Upgrading Computer Labs
Project No. 36 – The Rishon LeZion Foundation, in cooperation with manufacturing, real estate and technology companies operating in Rishon LeZion, has built, upgraded and
Uniform to University – Scholarships
Project No. 33 – The Rishon LeZion Foundation, in cooperation with YAHAD – United for Israel’s Soldiers, is active on behalf of discharged soldiers who
NoarNet – Social Environmental Entrepreneurship
Project No. 31 – Noar (Youth) Net is a social venture for repairing used computers and providing them to needy families.
Ofek Le’Atid – Strengthening Math Studies
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
Project No. 28 – The Rishon LeZion Foundation awards thousands of grants and loans to students participating in PERACH (student mentoring and tutoring project), in
Project No. 27 – One significant project of great importance that the Foundation has been promoting for a number of years is the annual provision
Discharged Soldiers Home
Project No. 24 – The Discharged Soldiers Home serves as a residence for discharged male and female IDF combat soldiers, most of them residents of
Rehabilitative Day Care Center Shikunei Hamizrah Community Center
Project No. 20 – A plan to establish a rehabilitative day care center at Shikunei Hamizrah Community Center 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
Ron Vardi Center
Project No. 10 – The Rishon LeZion Foundation supported the advancement of the center, which over the years has expanded the scope of its activity.
HILA Student Delegation to Poland
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
Establishing a College for Cognitively Challenged Adults
Project No. 2 – The establishment of an in-house academic-technological college adapted for cognitively challenged adults at the Gal residences has set a worldwide precedent.