Tzeva - Youth Building a Future
Rating: 5 stars 14 14 reviews
38 Habanay st. Holon -- 58856 Israel
Tzeva is a non-profit organization established in 1999, which strives to mend the widening economic and social gaps in the Israeli society, and to contribute to a more active society, based on values of personal and social responsibility through education. In Tzeva we believe that each individual in the Israeli society has the ability to make a difference and that every child deserves a chance to succeed. Tzeva works towards achieving equality of opportunity through education and towards a shared society. We invest daily in the practical education of children and contribute to a more active community by establishing and operating after-school study and enrichment centers in public schools and community centers across Israel. In Tzeva we cater to underprivileged children between the ages of 9 and 12, who struggle at school and whose parents often suffer from poverty and unemployment and have little awareness regarding the importance of education. Attempting to promote social involvement, Tzeva incorporates volunteers from all professions and walks of life to work with disadvantaged children including university students, soldiers, professionals and business people, using them as positive role models who can encourage the children to reach their full potential.
Geographic areas served:
Israel - nationwide
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9 people found this review helpful
its been a nice experience training the mad team.. and to see the passion in them in helping the kids is a real wonder amongst the Mangaloreans... i am happy to be associated in some form with these kids and to learn the new things they do along with the awesome creativity they have...
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
an attempt to help the underprivileged children to be educated
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
students who are really passionate and sincere in what they are doing
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About every month
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