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Timora is transforming the lives of Israeli teenagers who made a wrong turn in their lives and need professional help and a loving environment to get back on track.

We could not do this without the commitment and passionate support of our Friends and Partners in Israel and around the world.

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Timora is a registered 46a non-profit organization in Israel.

In the USA, tax deductible donations can be made through PEF and online through JGive.

In Canada and the UK, tax deductible online donations can be made through JGive.

To donate online:

(tax deductible)

(tax deductible in Israel)

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In the US

PEF

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

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

Donate via JGive

Wire-Transfer

A donation via wire-transfer can be made to:

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

Send a Check

Please make your check payable to Timora Association
Mail to:
Timora
Avnat, Regional Council Migilot, 9065600

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Offline Donations

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: