Children & Youth at Risk
It’s a shock for people to first hear that although Israel places a high priority on family life, about 25% of Israel’s youth are still considered at risk.
These at-risk youth have often encountered unstable or unsafe living situations, the death or illness of a parent, and other traumas.
The ICEJ brings practical aid in a number of ways such as supporting children’s homes, providing educational programs, counselling and trauma therapy. Your gift to the ICEJ Future and a Hope fund will impact Israel’s youth in the following ways;
Children’s Homes/Rural Communities
- Living Space and Equipment Upgrades
- Clothing and basic items
- Mentorship and Leadership training
- Social volunteering
- Tutoring to close educational gaps
- Practical skills learning
Social Cohesion & Coexistence
- Bringing children from different backgrounds including Jews, Arabs, Bedouins and Druze, together for fun children’s activities.
- Meet in educational frameworks that encourage new friendships.
ICEJ Aid for at-risk girls on the streets