“Topaz for Civil Society” works in the social and public space to ensure that Israeli society, through all its institutions, organizations and possibilities, will provide quality social, educational and cultural and civic services and equality to all its citizens. Topaz believes that Israeli society must be a vigilant and sensitive society to global and universal needs and problems. A society that preserves and promotes the civil, social and cultural rights of every person and every citizen. A company that harnesses, harnesses and contributes.
Topaz promotes its goals and realizes its values through a unique model of entrepreneurship and social innovation, in which a wide range of programs and projects are developed, both infrastructure projects and service projects. This model expands and establishes civil society in Israel by recruiting volunteer leadership groups alongside field volunteers in its diverse ventures.
It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving
Sample of top plans in Topaz
For children and divorced parents
In between is a social enterprise that aims to help children and families who have experienced separation or divorce cope with the change in their lives, grow and become stronger from it.
In between offers support, guidance and instruction and strives to create a caring environment and a supportive community.
In 2019, the first two centers in Israel were opened (in Holon and the Hof Hasharon Regional Council and in cooperation with them), where counseling, treatment, mediation and emotional and social support services are provided.
hope. Confirmed. freedom.
The first social ship in Israel – of the Topaz Association and a sailing project – arrived after a two-month cruise from the Netherlands and docked at the marina in Herzliya this afternoon.
Lacking more funding but the first milestone behind us.
Good luck to all the developers and partners and the vision: 5 such ships in the next 6 years when the State of Israel is a partner in operating them for underprivileged populations in the utilization and care of the sea resource.
When Tamar Alkobi finished her national service, she decided not to go on a trip around the world, as is customary among her peers, but to participate in a volunteer project in Africa. It was supposed to last only three months, but took an unexpected turn when Alkobi developed a non-profit social enterprise that allows the purchase of jewelry made by women from slums in Uganda.
“These are women of all ages, from 18 to 100,” says Alkobi. , The local language, so that we communicated mainly through dance, movement and creativity. Every meeting with them was accompanied by hugs, joy and dancing. “But they have everything. They are happy in part and have the ability to give, despite the shortage.”