Donations

Timora is highly respected in the educational community and is a beacon of light for educators and professionals nationwide.  

90% of Timora’s graduates enlist in the army or national-civil service, a success rate that proves the immense impact Timora is making on Israeli society.  

Your show of support for Timora can be a real difference maker for Israeli teenagers who as a result of traumatic experiences, made a wrong turn in their lives and need professional help and a loving environment to get back on track.

Many of Timora’s graduates have moved on to higher education, started their own families and become productive members of their Jewish communities and the Israeli workforce. 

Timora is a registered non-profit organization in Israel, USA, Canada and the United Kingdom and donations are tax-deductible.

If you live in Israel

Donate via PayPal

Donate via JGive

Offline Donations

Wire-Transfer

A donation via wire-transfer can be made to:

First Internation Bank of Israel (52)
Branch 185
Account number: 409-545368
“Timora Association”

Check

A donation via Check can be sent to:

Make a check payable to “Timora”
Please mail your check to:
Timora
Avnat , Regional Council Migilot, 9065600

If you live in the USA

PEF

PEF

USA Tax-deductible donations
may be sent to the PEF earmarked for Timora:

PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.
630 Third Ave, RM 1500
New York NY 10017
USA

Donate via PayPal

Donate via JGive

Ne’eman Foundation USA

Wire-Transfer

Can be made directly to our account at TD Bank:
T.D.Bank N.A., Wilmington, Delaware
Routing Number 211370545
Account Name – Ne’eman Foundation USA
Account Number – 8253657420
Please send an email with details of the transaction to usa@neemanfoundation.com including the name and
mailing address of the donor.

Check

Should be payable to “Ne’eman Foundation USA” with a note attached (or a notation on the memo line)
indicating the recommended Charity.
The check should be sent to our US office.

PEF

USA Tax-deductible donations
may be sent to the PEF earmarked for Timora:

PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.
630 Third Ave, RM 1500
New York NY 10017
USA

If you live in Canada

Ne’eman Foundation Canada

Donate via PayPal

Donate via JGive

Offline Donations

Wire-Transfer

Can be made directly to our account at TD Bank
TD Canada Trust 1677 Avenue Road Toronto, ON M5M 3Y3
Institution: 004
Branch: 0252
Bank No.: 2
Account No.: 02525226859
Account Name: Ne’eman Foundation Canada
(For US dollar donations within Canada, please credit Account No. 02527301863 – Ne’eman Foundation Canada)
Please send a short email following the transfer so we can identify the transaction and issue the appropriate
receipt.

Check

Please make your cheque payable to “Ne’eman Foundation Canada” and include the name of the
Charity or “General Donation” on the memo line of the cheque.
The check should be sent to our Canadian office.

If you live in the United Kingdom

Please do your best to make clear, either by means of additional information added to the bank transfer form or by a letter accompanying a cheque or an email to rocheli@uktoremet.org.uk, that you would like your gift to be put towards the facilitation of a specific organisation’s activities.

Donate via PayPal

Achisomoch and KKL Account Holders

You can donate to UK Toremet online through your Achisomoch or KKL online account.

Donate via JGive

Offline Donations

Instructions should be given for the gift to be transferred to the following account: (Please make sure to state both your name and the name of your chosen recipient organisation on the transfer details).

Wire-Transfer

Account name: UK TOREMET LIMITED
Account type: NWDBB CURRENT
Account number: 1 9 2 1 1 3 3 3
Sort code: 6 0 – 2 4 – 7 7
IBAN: GB29NWBK60247719211333
BIC: NWBKGB2L
Branch Address: PO Box 5479, 1 Spinninfields Square, Manchester, M61 0NH

Check

Cheques should be made out to UK Toremet Limited

They should be sent to our London office at:

UK Toremet Limited
Shenkers LLP,
4th Floor, Sutherland House
70/78 West Hendon Broadway
London NW9 7BT
United Kingdom

FAQ

Providing tools for internal perception that strengthens the sense of self competence, breaks the cycles of failure and creates a narrative of success.
Giving tools to both the teenage girl and parents for the purpose of renewed and better family integration. For the duration of the entire process the parents receive professional support that includes a parenting workshop, night meetings and private meetings with parents.
Strengthening social capacities that are needed for the purpose of successful integration into normative frameworks such as the army, National Service and the workplace. The social responsibility is manifested daily within the framework of tasks carried out in cooperation between the young girls and staff for maintenance (kitchen shifts, cleaning, gardening etc.) In addition, the girls integrate into agricultural work on the moshav and run a bakery as part of a personal initiative project. All this breaks the egocentric/ survivalist cycles and develops the teenage girl’s ability to give trust, to see and take into account the needs of others.
A high school in the village is designated to enable students to achieve full high school diplomas, with an emphasis on the individual needs of each student. Learning in small groups of up to four girls in a class enables the bridging of gaps and optimal acquisition of study skills that transforms the teenage girl into an independent learner on her future path. The dynamic education also involves private lessons and many hours of learning reinforcement.
Providing tools for internal perception that strengthens the sense of self competence, breaks the cycles of failure and creates a narrative of success.
Giving tools to both the teenage girl and parents for the purpose of renewed and better family integration. For the duration of the entire process the parents receive professional support that includes a parenting workshop, night meetings and private meetings with parents.
Strengthening social capacities that are needed for the purpose of successful integration into normative frameworks such as the army, National Service and the workplace. The social responsibility is manifested daily within the framework of tasks carried out in cooperation between the young girls and staff for maintenance (kitchen shifts, cleaning, gardening etc.) In addition, the girls integrate into agricultural work on the moshav and run a bakery as part of a personal initiative project. All this breaks the egocentric/ survivalist cycles and develops the teenage girl’s ability to give trust, to see and take into account the needs of others.
A high school in the village is designated to enable students to achieve full high school diplomas, with an emphasis on the individual needs of each student. Learning in small groups of up to four girls in a class enables the bridging of gaps and optimal acquisition of study skills that transforms the teenage girl into an independent learner on her future path. The dynamic education also involves private lessons and many hours of learning reinforcement.
Please contact Mrs. Dita Kohl, Head of External Affairs at Timora, for any assistance: