Who can participate in the project?
What do the volunteers do?
Young people and adults looking to take a significant gap year;
Students seeking professional development in the areas of health or social service;
Retired people who are looking for a way to play an active role in helping others;
Anyone who has an interest in experiencing Israeli culture while making a difference in society;
Personal Support - Personal mentoring, accompanying in outdoor activities
Helping staff in group activities (professional rehabilitation workshops, crafts and leisure activities, travel)
Helping staff in daily activities (On-site daily activities and care)
Volunteers must be over 18 and up to age 60.
English intermediate or advanced level is required.
The volunteer program is five days a week, totaling 35 to 40 hours per week.
Volunteering varies from 8 to 12 months and can be extended to a maximum of 2 years.
Volunteers' daily responsibilities vary by placement, but all placements are within the scope of social services.
No prior experience or skills in this area are required as all necessary training will take place on site.
What is offered to volunteers?
Conducted through the IB Social:
Assistance and withdrawal of the voluntary visa for 8 months or 1 year and placement in the volunteer vacancy in one of the social institutions of Israel.
Provided by the social institution of Israel:
Adequate accommodation (no need for accommodation expenses such as laundry, cleaning products)
Transportation to the workplace (if necessary)
Monthly cost aid
Meals (when you are at work)
Hebrew language course;
Two weekly days off
Each month the volunteer earns 2 days of vacation (can be requested on a date to be agreed with the management of the institution or at the end of the project)
Certificate of participation in the voluntary project issued by the Government of Israel
Let's make the difference?
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