Health and Welfare

Espousing the true ethic of philanthropy (literally “love of people”), since its inception the Clore Israel Foundation has contributed generously to improving the quality of life for a broad spectrum of Israeli society.

Over the years, the Foundation has partnered with central and local government, as well as nonprofit organisations, in a variety of programmes and projects aimed at enhancing health and welfare provision within the community. From youth at risk to care for the elderly, the Foundation has been dedicated to extending a sincere helping hand.

One of the Foundation’s flagship programmes is the Clore Sports Project, which provides youth and children in the periphery of Israel (geographical and social) with sports facilities and tools, involving them in productive activities that can foster personal growth and empowerment.

Some of the projects that the Foundation has supported in this area include:

  • AKIM, Jerusalem
  • Beilinson Medical Centre – Retraining immigrant nurses
  • B’nai B’rith Children’s Home, Jerusalem – Soccer field and playground equipment
  • Ezrat Cholim and Public Dental Clinic – Treating Ethiopian immigrants
  • Gamla Therapeutic Riding Centre – Riding lessons for adults and children with disabilities
  • Ilan Israel, Jerusalem
  • Sir Charles Clore Library, Ramot – Construction of the library
  • Charles Clore Adventure Playground, Jacqueline Du Pre Centre, Jerusalem
  • Kav LaChayim – Summer camp for children with cancer and cerebral palsy
  • Tel Aviv Foundation – Ezra Neighbourhood Health Care Centre and Neve Eliezer Family Health Care Centre
  • University of Haifa – Legal Aid Clinic
  • Yad Sarah, Jerusalem