Our 2019 Year-End Giving campaign is benefiting the projects that show the diversity and variety of JNF. We are rehabilitating, restoring, rebuilding and supporting our communities in Israel. 

Join the Jewish National Fund of Canada and give, donate and take part in making a difference in Israel. With your support JNF can continue to build the foundation for Israel’s future.

Take a look below to see how your donation can help dozens of projects around Israel! 

After School Facility For At Risk Youth

The Jaffa Daled After-School Educational Enrichment Center provides educational, nutritional, recreational and therapeutic support to at-risk children, ages 6-12, 70% of whom are of Ethiopian descent. While the Center currently serves 30 children, there remains a critical need within the community to assist additional children and their families. To address these challenges, with your support, JNF Canada will make it possible for the Jaffa Institute to expand the Centre by building an additional floor to the existing building. The new floor will include six rooms which will be used throughout the day for a variety of activities and programming for both children and parents.

Beit KKL JNF Canada House in Sderot

The Beit KKL-JNF Canada House in Sderot, the city closest to the Gaza border, will serve as an after-school education, empowerment, and enrichment center for high school students from Sderot and its surroundings, who will be provided with the necessary tools and skills for academic and personal success. We aim to close the educational achievement gap and foster academic success and empower periphery youth.

Foster Home For At Risk Youth

Migdal Ohr is a pride of Israel for educating and nurturing more than 12,000 disadvantaged and new immigrant children from all across the country. Each child receives an education, meals, clothing and healthcare, in addition to extra-curricular activities and emotional support. JNF Canada is building a new foster home for Migdal Ohr. The Mishpachton program is to create a true family dynamic. Residents will live together with an adoptive family. This model allows the at-risk children to grow up in a safe, supportive and nurturing family environment.

Trauma Centre   

JNF Canada will help build a new trauma resilience centre in Sderot that will provide therapy for children and adults suffering from PTSD. The current facility is located in a building that is not reinforced for rocket attacks, is not accessible to those with disabilities, and is too small to accommodate the growing number of clients.

Dental Clinic For Special Needs Children

JNF Canada Is making it possible for Aleh’s new school building to include a state-of-the-art dental clinic, which will circumvent most of the issues unique to the population of children with special needs by providing dental services to the ALEH students enrolled in the new school facility, as well as people with special needs from the surrounding communities.