Tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters advance the Make-A-Wish® vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a critical illness. In the U.S. and its territories, a wish is granted every 34 minutes. A wish can be that spark that helps these children believe that anything is possible and gives them the strength to fight harder against their illnesses. This one belief guides us and inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve.Learn More
The American Technion Society supports the growth and success of the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, a global innovation powerhouse. Our investments in the Technion’s research, education, and innovation efforts advance critical breakthroughs that benefit the State of Israel and the global good.
Cardz For Kidz is dedicated to uplifting spirits across the globe by delivering inspiring handmade cards. Our number one priority is providing support, smiles, and encouragement to children, families, seniors, and veterans in hospitals, schools, senior living, and rehabilitation centers.
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO) is the leading orchestra in Israel and globally recognized as a world class symphonic ensemble. Founded in 1936 by famed Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman, the IPO performs regularly in its home, the Charles Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv, as well as across Israel, including Jerusalem and Haifa. Additionally, it tours internationally, from Europe to Asia to North and South America. Since its inception, the IPO has enjoyed long-lasting relationships with renowned soloists and conductors which have kept it at the forefront of the classical music world.Learn More
The CF Foundation is the world's leader in the fight against CF, and our scientific portfolio reflects our drive to provide effective treatments and -- one day -- a cure to every individual with this disease. The journey to end CF isn't a straight line. It's an evolving map with many paths and unique challenges. It requires an ambitious research agenda to accelerate treatments and drug development for the underlying cause of the disease, and ultimately deliver a cure.
Since its founding in 2000 in Israel, Larger than Life (Gdolim Me-Hachaim) has become the largest organization working to improve the lives and welfare of children afflicted with cancer and providing support for their families. In its holistic approach, Larger than Life provides them with the strength to fight their terrible illness and win.
Every warrior has unique challenges and goals. That’s why we provide a variety of veteran programs and services to help you take the steps that are right for you. What’s more, thanks to the tremendous support of our donors, you never pay a penny to get the help you need to build the future you deserve. Every warrior has a next mission. We know that the transition to civilian life is a journey. And for every warrior, family member, and caregiver, that journey looks different. We are here for their first step, and each step that follows. Because we believe that every warrior should have a positive future to look forward to. There’s always another goal to achieve, another mission to discover. We are their partner in that mission.
To bring abandoned children from the slum to safety and into the loving arms of caretakers that will educate, love and raise them to become future leaders in their generation. Angel House Orphanage cares for abandoned, neglected, abused and orphaned children from birth to age ten, providing a safe and loving home, medical care and education. We prepare them for a better future and to achieve their dream of having a family that will love and care for them.
In Bangladesh, we throw away an unbelievable amount of perfectly edible food every day. At the same time, a growing number of Bangladeshi find themselves struggling to make ends meet. In the course of a year, around 3.6 million Bangladesh find themselves unable to afford enough food to feed themselves or their families. For more than 1 million of these people, this is not a one-off, but a regular occurrence. The reasons behind this are complicated, but the bottom line isn’t – in short: we throw good food away while people go hungry.