Le’Oro Nelech works in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, high schools, principals, and local authorities, along with the supervision and guidance of the Society and Youth Administration. The program is financed by the Ministry of Education through the youth volunteerism regulation, as well as school participation fees and private donors.
The Le’Oro Nelech vision aims to spread the values of Hesed and giving by following in the footsteps of our nation’s father, Abraham, who exemplifies the value of Hesed, and applying/manifesting the charitable, just and mutually responsible practices of the Jewish people.
Le’Oro Nelech seeks to strengthen mutual responsibility in Israeli society, to instill the value of giving among our nation’s youth, to nurture their awareness and sensitivity, to advance their personal growth and encourage their social involvement.
Le’Oro Nelech operates district directors, who serve as the school’s contact person, and work to connect schools to dozens of institutions and placements in which students volunteer on a weekly basis.
In addition, students participate in educational workshops and activities that reinforce their sense of purpose and continued dedication. The combination of learning and volunteering is cultivating a new generation of caring people, while impacting individuals, families, communities, society and the state of Israel.