Hillel – The Right to Choose
- Field of Interest:
- Economic Development
Founded in 1991, Hillel – The Right to Choose (Hillel) helps thousands of Yotzim (those who leave ultra-Orthodox communities) to integrate into wider Israeli society. Its services include: a hotline and drop-in centers; transitional housing; a 24-hour emergency shelter; counseling and support services; academic support including tuition aid and career consultation; employment programs; assistance in the military; programming for single mothers; aid in accessing social services; and community building and peer networking activities.
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.