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Eli Cohen

“Bnai Zion’s generosity has planted seeds that have borne fruit in the modern State of Israel. Thank you, Bnai Zion, and may continue to grow, prosper, and change our world for the better!”
— Eli Cohen, Minister of Intelligence

Liel Leibovitz

Under Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm's leadership, Bnai Zion has become one of the Jewish world's most significant engines of innovation, building a big tent for all communities of faith curious about Israel and the values of the Hebrew Bible.
- Liel Leibovitz, editor at large, Tablet Magazine and host of Unorthodox

Rivka Kidron

Bnai Zion’s unwavering commitment to Israel and the Jewish people is truly inspiring. Supporting innovation, cultural and educational initiatives means you are not only transforming Israel’s future but also affecting the world we live in.
- Rivka Kidron, Co-Founder at Passages

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Yad Rosa

Founded in 2020, Yad Rosa assists Holocaust survivors, the elderly and the needy who require medical supplies and other assistance. Yad Rosa’s support center is largely staffed by volunteers who maintain daily contact with this needy population, resolving problems and addressing needs – whether they be the supply of food, medical equipment or medicine, or the resolution of bureaucratic challenges. Named after Rosa Sabag, the mother of the founder and chairman Shimon Sabag, the association also deploys volunteer social workers and offers the services of a psychiatric-geriatric doctor who specializes in mental health problems of the elderly.


Bnai Zion Medical Center in Haifa

The Bnai Zion Medical Center, established in 1922 provides dedicated medical care, education, research and services to the diverse and growing population of Northern Israel. The hospital employs a staff of 1,800 which includes Christian and Muslim Arabs, Druze and Jews. The hospital offers 450 beds and takes in 142,000 visits per year, performing 14,000 surgeries and 3,500 deliveries annually. The only hospital in Northern Israel with a comprehensive rehabilitation program, it was voted number one in Northern Israel in a recent newspaper survey. The hospital is affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) and serves as a teaching hospital for its students.


Ma’ale Adumim

Bnai Zion invests in the town of Ma’ale Adumim near Jerusalem in a variety of ways. These include expanding resources for the Yuvalim Center, the only senior center in the region, to better serve the growing elderly population and Holocaust survivors in the area. Bnai Zion founded Zvi Quittman Center provides support for the day-to-day life of adults who have intellectual or developmental disabilities.

The George W. Schaeffer Music Conservatory

The George W. Schaeffer Music Conservatory, established by Bnai Zion in 2013, enables music to resonate throughout the town of Ma’ale Adumim by educating children and adults at all levels of musical capability. The school supports the award-winning Ma’ale Adumim Youth Symphony, enabling the community to enjoy classical music at rehearsals and concerts The town of over 42,000 is a hub for many communities around Jerusalem, whose residents rely on its commercial center, library, and other cultural venues.


Ahava Village for At Risk Youth

Bnai Zion has been a source for much-needed support for the Ahava Village for Children & Youth near Haifa. The Village houses and cares for 250 children who suffered years of abuse, neglect, violence, and other forms of familial trauma. Bnai Zion Foundation is proud of the accomplishments of the dedicated staff of Ahava Village that has healed thousands from their traumatic pasts helping them become more productive and independent citizens.


Tolerance Classroom at David Yellin Academic College

Bnai Zion helped found and supports the David Yellin College of Education, an academic teachers’ college in Jerusalem, established in 1913 as one of the first teachers’ colleges in Mandatory Palestine. Today, its 5,000 students represent all groups of Israeli society: Jews (non-religious and religious), Arabs (Muslims and Christians), Druze and Circassians. The college awards teacher certificates, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in education in art therapy, music therapy, bibliotherapy and dance therapy as well as special education, teaching and learning, library and information science.

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At Bnai Zion, we believe it is important to respect the privacy of our constituents, our business contacts and others who provide us with personally identifiable information. Personally Identifiable Information is defined as information that can be used to identify an individual such as name, address, telephone number and any other information connected personally with an individual.

Our policy was created to affirm our commitment to maintaining the privacy of our constituents and to inform you of the practices we follow in protecting your Personally Identifiable Information. This policy also applies to Bnai Zion's related entities.

Why Do We Collect Information?

At Bnai Zion, we have lots of opportunity to collect your Personally Identifiable Information. Some of these might include when you:

If you give us your Personally Identifiable Information for any reason, we consider your information to be strictly confidential.

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When we collect, use or disclose your Personally Identifiable Information we will obtain your consent to do so unless such permission is obvious or implied, for example, when you makes a purchase via our website or call to place an order with our customer service department.

If you would like to withdraw your consent for any reason, please email us at [email protected].

How Do We Use Your Information?

We use your Personally Identifiable Information to provide you with the services or products for which you provided us with your information, and/or for those purposes considered reasonable under the circumstances. We are not in the business of selling your information to third parties and only share information with our related entities, with vendors to whom we obtain services, or when it is necessary to comply with the law or to protect the rights, property or safety of Bnai Zion.

How Long Do We Retain Your Information?

We retain your Personally Identifiable Information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose for which you gave it or for any legal or business purpose. When your information is no longer required by Bnai Zion for any reason, we have procedures in place to destroy it, delete it, or convert it to anonymous form.

How Is Your Information Kept Accurate?

Bnai Zion endeavors to keep your Personally Identifiable Information as accurate as possible so that it can continue to provide you with the products and services you've requested. For this, we will need your assistance in maintaining the accuracy of your information. You may request a correction to your Personally Identifiable Information by emailing [email protected].

How Do We Protect Your Information?

Bnai Zion is committed to protecting your Personally Identifiable Information from unauthorized access or disclosure. In this, we do our best to maintain appropriate security both in our technology and our physical records. We also limit access to your information to persons management determines need to know for the purpose of providing you with the requested products and services.

Internet Privacy Policy

Your privacy on the Internet is extremely important to us. Because you give us personal information, we believe you should fully understand the terms and conditions surrounding what we do with that information. This privacy statement discloses the information we gather, how we use it, and how you can correct or change it.

Here's What We Do With Your Internet Provider (IP) Address

We use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our Web site. Your IP address is used to help identify you and your shopping cart and to gather broad demographic information.

Here's Why We Place A Cookie On Your Hard Drive

Bnai Zion's website uses a feature of your Internet Web browser that is called a "cookie." A "cookie" is a file that your Web browser places on your computer's hard drive. When you initially log on to our website, we create a "cookie" for your computer and then use it to track your clicks as you go through the Web site. Approximately 95% of eCommerce websites use "cookies" to help make their shopping cart work. Our website uses cookies to improve the user experience, including:

There is no personal information stored within the cookie itself and the data included in the cookie is useful only to Bnai Zion. Our website does not and cannot use cookies to retrieve personal information about you from your computer. Cookies cannot be used by our website to retrieve any personal information about you unless you have previously purchased from or registered on our website.

The "help" portion of the toolbar on most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable cookies altogether. However, cookies allow you to take full advantage of some of our website's best features, and we recommend that you leave them turned on.

This Is Who Gets Your Information

Information about our website's visitors is an important part of our business, but we are not in the business of selling it to others. We share customer information only with the subsidiaries and partners described below:

Protection of the Website and Others

We release account and other personal information when we believe that it is appropriate to comply with the law, enforce or apply our Terms of Use or protect the rights, property, or safety of Bnai Zion, our website, or our users.

This Is Why You Register With bnaizion.org

Our registration form ask you to give us information about yourself which will allow us to help you in the following ways.

When You Place An Order, This Is What We Do With The Information

We'll Protect You When You're On Our Site

Our website may contain optional links to partners and third party Internet sites and services that may collect data from you or your computer. Please be aware that if you choose to leave our site via a link, Bnai Zion assumes no responsibility for the privacy practices or the content of other web sites.

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Our website uses a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information. All user contact information is contained behind secured networks and is accessible only by a limited number of trusted employees who have special access rights to production systems. Passwords are encrypted in our secure database, which is also located behind secured networks. All sensitive/credit information supplied by users is transmitted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.

How to Remove Your Name From Our Newsletter/Mailing List

Our website gives users the following options for removing their e-mail address from our database so you will not receive future communications:

If You Want To Change Your Information

We want you to enjoy all of the features of our website by keeping your account information current. We provide our users the following options for changing and modifying information previously provided:

All Other Questions

If you have additional questions about this privacy statement, the practices of Bnai Zion, or your dealings with this web site, please email us at [email protected].