Social Partners

Part of the magic of Israel, is our diversity,
our vibrant colors and the sense of community,
social responsibility and togetherness we all share. 

“Kol Israel arevim ze laza” means we are all responsible for one another
and that is a fundamental truth we rely on.
So… we do our little bit for our community.

In each IsraeliBox, every month,
we choose an item that is made by a non-profit organization. We promise!

One item we put inside your box, will always be created by a social cause
nonprofit organization from our community, and by placing these items inside the IsraeliBox each month,
we support them with dignity and pride.

Our Social Partners

Alin Beit Noam

Alin Beit Noam is a nonprofit organization, advocating for social justice and human dignity, with a particular emphasis on improving the quality of life for people with disabilities. All projects stem from a fundamental value and respect for diversity and human difference. Alin Beit Noam's mission is to generate social change in Israel that will result in inclusion and adoption of principles of universalism in the dominant discourse regarding people with disabilities.



Enosh was established in 1978 to support people with psychiatric disabilities and their family members and enable them to lead meaningful lives.
Today Enosh runs more than 60 service centers all across the country for mental health consumers and family members. Over 700 mental health professionals and hundreds of volunteers provide support in the fields of housing and living skills, employment facilitation, social skill training, recreation and family counseling.


Susan's House

Susan's house opened 18 years ago by Eyal Kaplanski, in loving memory of his wife Susan's who passed away at the age of 38 after a battle with cancer. Susan's dream was to work with teens at risk thru art and create a way for them to shape their own future for the better.

At Susan's house teens that come from very difficult backgrounds, many of them are already on the streets, and mostly suffer from complexed trauma syndrome, are empowered and rehabilitated and they create their own future thru art.


G’vanim Shel Matok (Shades of Sweet)

G’vanim Shel Matok, located in Hadera, offers high-risk teenagers an educational and treatment program through creating chocolate. The youth are part of the entire production process, including the preparation, branding, marketing, sales and more. Creating chocolate allows the youth to focus on fine motor skills, behavior regulation and general life skills with the goal of integrating into society afterwards.

The teenagers of G’vanim Shel Matok make a wide range of chocolates in both classic and exclusive flavors. Workshops and classes are also available to those who are interested in learning how to make chocolate themselves (who isn’t?).


Dodo's Animals

Dodo is a nickname for Ido, a young adult on the autistic spectrum who shares his captivating happiness with all who meet him. His love from an early age for animals led him to draw figures of animals, using simple lines. Colorful animals, smiling, with expressions of emotion and joy. On his twentieth birthday, which was also the year of the Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah of his brother Guy and his sister Dana, his parents decided to fulfill an old dream and establish a family business with social value, where Ido and his friends will be employed at the Beit Eyal hostel.


Lifeline for the Old

A Jerusalem nonprofit founded in 1962 empowering low income elderly through meaningful work opportunities, essential social and financial benefits as well as promoting positive attitudes towards seniors through inter-generational connections. Yad LaKashish is proud to have pioneered a model of positive aging, and for nearly 60 years they continue to create a space where the elderly can remain active, contributing members of society. Today there are 10 workshops and almost 300 elderly artisans are active in them.



Ma’arag is an innovative model designed to improve the lives of people with disabilities.

Located in the heart of Kfar Vradim, in the Galilee, Ma'arag caters to people with a wide range of disabilities. The center offers a variety of art workshops and boasts an art gallery- gift shop, a café- restaurant.

Ma'arag has a combination of communal, cultural and commercial components. These elements join together to create a strong foundation upon which people with a wide range of interests come together.


Sindyanna of Galilee

Sindyanna of Galilee is a female-led nonprofit that actively promotes the concepts of “business for peace” and Fair Trade in Israel. Established in 1996, Sindyanna of Galilee operates among the country’s Arab population bringing deep functional expertise and a practical approach to build capabilities and deliver real impact.
Sindyanna of Galilee offers access to education and economic opportunities, alongside agricultural and financial advice, to Arab women and to some 200 local Arab olive oil producers from the Galilee, forming an important platform for change.



Amichai is a nonprofit that is leading change in Israeli society in the way people with developmental disabilities are perceived. And from the very first moment we met them we were in awe.

Amichai provides services to appx. 400 people with developmental disabilities, aiming to improve their quality of life and enable them to live a fully, equal and independent life within the normative community.


Tzohar Halev

One of the most wonderful frameworks functioning at Tzohar Halev is the RWC rehabilitative industry. Here, every day, dozens of young men and women with special needs and with golden hearts and souls, work, create, contribute to society, and become suffused with a sense of fulfillment and the joy of being productive.As a collaborative effort woven between Tzohar Halev and the Salt 424 Company, the RWC has begun churning out the new trend: Dead Sea salt in a variety of flavors. Salt in different flavors, in the 424 model, has been conquering the culinary world in recent years.        




Kuchinate (crochet in Tigrinya) is a collective of African asylum-seeking women living in Tel Aviv. Kuchinate is composed of over 260 women who design and create crochet products for the home, such as baskets, poufs, and rugs. They also host crochet lessons, meals, and traditional Eritrean coffee ceremonies at their beautiful studio in south Tel Aviv.



SHEKEL provides assistance in a wide range of areas including independent living, vocational rehabilitation, therapeutic services, counseling and more.

Today SHEKEL includes 550 employees and 700 volunteers helping over 8000 people from all sectors and geographical regions in Israel with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, PDD, Asperger’s, physical and sensory issues, those in need of nursing care and more. SHEKEL aims to give community services for all in need allowing them to lead an independent life at home, work and socially. With a wide range of workshops giving the disabled a space to work and learn, SHEKEL creates beautiful products with meaning.


Maya Wisniak Memorial Project

Maya Wisniak was murdered in May 2020 by her boyfriend. She was 21 years old at the time of her death. This month, we’re remembering Maya by supporting the Maya Wisniak Memorial Project, started by her parents. Maya was an artist, and the project brings her art to life, through various artists in Israel including graphic design, jewelry, shirts, masks and more. The profits from all sales go to non-profits that support women’s domestic violence in various aspects. This month we’re placing an emphasis on highlighting those who are trying to put an end to this horrible phenomenon, which has grown tremendously throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.