Botanica, a Jerusalem social business, provides transitional employment for people with mental illness, and activities to involve the public.
Encouraging new talent to live and work in the city provides a compelling reason for young singles and families to remain in Jerusalem.
For people with physical challenges, loneliness is the biggest challenge of all. The Inbar organization exists to address this need.
Volunteer ‘social improvement teams’ from Tze’ela give ordinary Israelis a systematic, 10-step process to address problems in society.
Pomegranates (rimonim in Hebrew) add color and symbolism to Rosh Hashana tables worldwide. Here’s why you should try one.
Israeli scientists puzzle over how an ancient stone structure twice the diameter of Stonehenge ended up in the Sea of Galilee.
See why the breathtaking garden jewel of Haifa gets 750,000 visitors every year.
Matash crunches a variety of data to predict how a forest fire will spread and help authorities decide how best to fight it.
A novel Israeli invention, MilkSense, non-invasively measures how much milk an infant gets from the breast. A baby scale is included in the kit.
In northern Israel, Arab and Jewish children learn to respect one another, through fighting.