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The Jaffa Institute

Neve Ofer Intervention House

Founded in 1982 by Dr. David Portowicz and Zonik Shaham z'l, the Jaffa Institute serves severely disadvantaged children and their families in a wide variety of holistic programs, aimed at boosting their chance at success and helping them become productive citizens of the State of Israel.

In dire cases, the courts may remove a child from his home, based on recommendations of the welfare authorities, when there is evidence of crime, drug abuse, violence or a dysfunctional environment. Up to 12 young children live in the Neve Ofer House in south Tel Aviv, for extended periods of time, where the primary staff, a married couple and their children, creates a warm and loving home setting.

Please help support one child at a cost of $20,000 per year, including intense social work and counseling, or $1,700 per month.

Project’s cost $20,000/child per year
Additional Projects of This Organization

The Jaffa Institute: Educational Center for Disadvantaged Children
The Jaffa Institute: Food Distribution Center

Organization The Jaffa Institute
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