Amutat Kaima



Founded in 2013, Amutat Kaima (Kaima) works to improve the lives of at-risk youth (ages 15 to 18) who have dropped out of school and young adults (ages 18 to 23) who are unable to thrive in conventional social, educational, and/or work settings. Kaima takes a multifaceted approach including organic farming, leadership development, vocational education, and community activities. With one main farm and three independent sister farms across Israel’s geographic periphery, at-risk youth earn a salary while simultaneously learning the fundamentals of organic farming, environmental stewardship, social entrepreneurship, and teamwork.

grant programs



To support and scale vocational training programs that support low-income workers in manufacturing factories, while engaging with industry employers to support workers’ advancement. Erez College aims to ensure that factory workers improve their vocational education so that they can retain jobs, strengthen their financial circumstances, and advance in their careers.

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To mitigate the economic hardships faced by The Foundation’s grantees in Israel, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, and to help them achieve long-term organizational sustainability.

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Employment as Education


Employment as Education  provides hands-on agricultural training and comprehensive workforce development to at-risk youth, empowering participants to reach their full potential and become productive members of Israeli society.

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