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Painting Israeli youth in colors of success

A paint can design competition is generating funds for innovative projects to prepare at-risk teens for careers in the graphic arts. More than 300 entries from young artists and designers across Israel were submitted for the paint can competition. A …

Daughters for Life fund transcends tragedy

Turning personal heartbreak into a positive force, a Gazan doctor starts a fund to further female scholarship in the Mideast, including Israel. At the inaugural Daughters for Life scholarship presentation at Ben-Gurion University are, from left, Safa Abu Hani, Prof. …

Israeli firm spoons out ‘secret sauce’ to foster philanthropy

Without divulging its proprietary high-tech recipe for success, give2gether promises its formula spices up charitable giving. CEO Arnon Shafrir of give2gether says his company ‘uncovers what makes people give.’ Take an Israeli TV-anchor-turned-philanthropist, pair him with a young Israeli high-tech …

Israel licenses first Arabic TV station

‘People are waiting to have their own station that talks to them and about them,’ says the Israeli-Arab executive director of the channel. Jozef Atrash, executive director of Hala-TV. Israel’s Communications Ministry has just granted a license to the state’s …

Saving Chernobyl’s children

Saving Chernobyl’s children

Israel is the only country that permanently opens its arms to children sick from radiation caused by the Ukrainian nuclear disaster 25 years ago. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com On its 93rd rescue mission, the New York-based charity Chabad’s …