Welcome to our News center. Here you will find links to:
- Our award-winning monthly enewsletter in printable downloadable PDF format.
- A Press Center with news articles and press releases about Yemin Orde from media sources around the globe.
- Access to a photo library of images of our youth, the Village and partner educational communities. You can also request high resolution images for reproduction purposes.
- Access to our video library.
Village Way tools encourage educators at Geula High School to exercise creative thinking. Geula High School is a unique educational community located in the center of Tel Aviv. This school serves a very diverse population of students, including Jewish students from various backgrounds, Muslim and Christian Arab students, children of foreign workers, and also a […]Read More
50 teens received new laptops as participants of Yemin Orde’s Integrated Tools program. Congratulations to the 50 10th and 11th graders who received new laptops for their participation in Yemin Orde’s Integrated Tools program. The laptops were distributed at the Celebrating Success Ceremony which marked the completion of the first year of the multi-year program. […]Read More
Yemin Orde offers extra-curricular activities and programs that boost self-confidence and provide creative outlets for expression. Thanks to the generosity of ImpactIsrael’s donors, Yemin Orde’s youth have access to excellent activities and programs that boost confidence, build leadership and help troubled teens thrive in a supportive environment. These extra-curricular opportunities include sports such as soccer, […]Read More
Generous grant will match new and increased gifts over the next two years. ImpactIsrael has received a two-year $172,000 challenge grant from a private foundation that wishes to remain anonymous. The grant will match, dollar-for-dollar, up to a maximum of $21,500 per donor, per year, all new and incremental gifts to ImpactIsrael. Funds raised by […]Read More
Village Way leadership announces youth, educators will return to classes. Village Way leadership issued the following coronavirus crisis updates for Yemin Orde Youth Village and Village Way Educational Initiatives. For the time being, the situation at the Village and in our partner educational communities is dynamic, with youth returning to school and and staff and […]Read More
From a day of remembrance and mourning into a day of joy and celebration. Jewish and Israel education is integrated into the daily life of Yemin Orde Youth Village and experienced in a real, vibrant and meaningful way. While some youth are still quarantined and social distancing remains, everyone commemorated Israel’s Memorial Day (Yom HaZikaron) […]Read More
Small groups of youth at Village continue to keep Eco-Farm humming along. Yemin Orde’s Eco-Farm has provided opportunity for new learning experiences for our youth who remain at the Village during the coronavirus crisis. Small groups of youth, now called “family units” gather at the Eco-Farm with informal educators and participate in team-building exercises and […]Read More
It is with great sadness that we share that ImpactIsrael (formerly Friends of Yemin Orde) board member, Alan Cornell (Aharon ben Freidel and Itzhak), age 74, passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 16, in his home in Boca Raton, Florida. Alan credited his parents’ legacy of surviving the Holocaust with shaping the way he lived […]Read More
Updates on the living and learning environment for the 110 youth currently residing at the Village. Yemin Orde teen, Ela, extends greetings to everyone as she remains at home, outside the Village, and concentrates on her schoolwork and artwork. Shmuli Bing, Director, Yemin Orde Youth Village, recently provided a video update on the activities and […]Read More
Thank you to our Village Way educators who provide tireless dedication and care of our youth who remain in their homes or are still in their village communities. Our Village Way facilitators remain in regular (remote) contact with staff and educators at our partner educational communities. The children who need us most at this time […]Read More