See Where Your Money Goes
Help Us Fill the Gap
ImpactIsrael supports the at-risk immigrant children of Yemin Orde Youth Village in Israel and the resources and programs of Village Way Educational Initiatives. Scroll down the page to see where your money goes in itemized dollar buys.
ImpactIsrael Allocation of Expenses
Your support helps to close a $7,000 per child gap between Israel government assistance and actual costs to maintain the high quality education and activities for the 450 children at the Village. ImpactIsrael provides direct funding for important programs such as music and art therapy, tutoring and mentoring, along with recreational and cultural activities at the Village that serve to enhance an at-risk child’s life. Chart at right illustrates the allocation of funds for 2019.
Your support also provides resources, training and workshops in 60 other youth villages, residential therapeutic communities and public high schools in Israel, including schools in Arab communities, that have incorporated the Village Way methodology through a partnership with Village Way Educational Initiatives.
Funding is needed to purchase proper running sneakers for Yemin Orde’s youth, as well as team uniforms, and to offset the entry fees and transportation to track meets around Israel. Help support the running club today.
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Supplemental Gift Naming Opportunities Available
In addition to an annual gift to Yemin Orde Youth Village, we hope you will consider leaving a permanent mark by helping to build or renovate a number of the Village's older buildings as well as help start new programs and help with equipment costs. For more information and to check availability of naming opportunities, contact Karen Sallerson, Executive Director, at 202-237-0286 or email [email protected]. Pledges may be paid in one to five installments. (Photo left: top, new staff apartment homes; bottom, newly renovated classroom)