We support and coordinate charity projects, including monitoring processes and ensuring the due diligence of charitable organisations

A few examples of projects that our Family Office is involved with in Israel:
Larger Than Life: founded in 2000 by the parents of children with cancer, the organisation’s activities help more than 1,500 children with cancer each year, some of whom are terminally ill, and their families, regardless of their faith, race or gender (

House of Wheels: founded in 1979, the association works closely with 400 children, teenagers and young adults with severe physical disabilities (

Grandpa Jack: founded in 2000 with the goal of providing therapy and animal-assisted therapy for children and young people with physical or behavioural difficulties (

Eliya: founded in 1999, this organisation provides state-of-the-art, early intervention programmes and services for blind and visually impaired children and their families (