Our past projects and solutions showcase the diverse and innovative ways we support our clients in the social sector. Whether it’s implementing digital tools, developing marketing plans, creating websites, or running crowdfunding campaigns, we always find the best solution for each organization. Browse through our past projects and solutions to get inspired by the incredible work of our clients and the impact we helped them create. You might find some ideas that resonate with your own needs and goals.
Lissan is a nonprofit organization that promotes linguistic justice for Palestinian women in East Jerusalem. Lissan – Arabic for ‘language’ or ‘tongue’ – recognizes that language is an essential resource and strives towards linguistic equality in public spaces and systems through education
Out for Change works to assure equal opportunity for every individual who leaves the Haredi (ultra-Orthodox Jewish) world by providing provide assistance and tools that will assist them in reaching their full potential.
The Haifa Rape Crisis Center is part of the Israeli association of sexual assault support centers, covering Haifa and the Northern region. The center runs a anonymous 24/7 hotline, preventative education programs, and wrap-around services for survivors including emotional treatment, support groups, legal counseling, and escorting to police stations, courts, and hospitals.
Jewish Women International is the leading Jewish organization championing women and girls of every race, culture, ability, gender identity, and sexual orientation. JWI works to eliminate gender-based violence through advocacy work, prevention and training programs, and providing services to survivors, in addition to delivering empowering financial literacy workshops and creating supportive communities of women leaders and mentors.
The Organization for the Resolution of Agunot works within the parameters of Jewish and civil law to advocate for the timely and unconditional issuance of a get (divorce document). ORA pursues its mission of fostering a Jewish community in which a get is never used as a weapon through agunah case advocacy (victims of get refusal), early intervention programs, and educational initiatives for agunah prevention.
The Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum highlights the bravery, spiritual triumph and the incredible ability of Holocaust survivors and the fighters of the revolt to rebuild their lives in a new country about which they had dreamed. Alongside the museum is the Center for Humanistic Education, whose goal is to instill knowledge and understanding of the events that took place during the Holocaust through dialogue and joint learning.
The Ha’Sharon Sexual Assault Crisis Center is part of the Israeli association of sexual assault support centers, covering the Sharon region. The center runs a anonymous 24/7 hotline, preventative education programs, and wrap-around services for survivors including emotional treatment, support groups, legal counseling, and escorting to police stations, courts, and hospitals.
Orr Shalom assists children, youth and young adults at risk in Israel, who were removed from their homes by the welfare authorities due to parental dysfunction, abuse and severe neglect, by providing personalized responses including foster homes, therapeutic group homes, a parent-child center, graduates program, and therapeutic camp.
Orr Shalom raised 1.5 million ILS (over $410,000) from 3,721 donors.
ALUT is Israel’s predominant resource for families coping with autism and pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), working to ensure their well-being, rehabilitation, economic status, and future.
Alut, the National Israeli Society for Children and Adults with Autism, is Israel’s leading organization in the field of autism, whose work includes diagnosis, treatment, representation, and research.
Alut raised 1.5 million ILS (over $410,000) from 7,150 donors.
ILAN provides a wide range of activities and services for children and adults with disabilities to enable them to live independently and integrate into society. ILAN operates across Israel, serving people regardless of race, ethnicity, or religion.
ILAN raised 1 million ILS (over $275,000) from 2,260 donors.