Through your donations, The Jerusalem Fund aided in the renovations of the school by purchasing new assistive tools, furniture and computers which enabled them to offer new rehabilitation courses, therapy sessions and computer training to their students.
Burj Al Luq Luq Social Centre library offers about 3000 books mostly in Arabic, making it the city’s most accessible library.
The Committee for the Advancement of Arab Education in Haifa (CAAEH) proposed to purchase new backpacks and distribute them to 250 children from low-income families in Haifa.
Al-Fakhit is a Palestinian village located at the southern tip of the West Bank. The village falls in Area C, an Israeli-administered area hardest hit by the occupation, and is left off of electric and water grids.
The Beit Ommar Library and Youth Center provides a needed service in the village. However, as every- day needs require a computer and internet connection, patrons of the library –mostly students working on research – are in need of computers.
This project will provide small-scale craft producer groups with various equipment for improving their production and operational capacity.
Through a grant from The Jerusalem Fund, the GKC was able to continue a long- standing educational program to provide assistance to refugee families with children who continue to suffer from cerebral palsy and other muscular disabilities.
Ayyam Zaman’s Scout group was established in 2008 and registered at Palestinian Boy Scouts & Girls Guides Association in 2009. Starting with 25 boys and girls, its members now total 120.
This year, The Jerusalem Fund sponsored the DC Film Festival and the Boston Film Festival, showcasing the very best Arab and Palestinian films. We were thrilled to support The Edward Said National Conservatory Orchestra and the Danadeesh Dance group in their six-city American tour.