YOU'VE DREAMT IT...
Learn new skills and assist those in need.
Visit the cradle of three religions in an amazing new country and get to know different cultures and languages.
Expand your horizons and become a “better” you.
who we are
About Volunteer Israel
From the moment you make the decision to come to Israel I will be there to ensure that you find the right organization– whether it is in a particular city or area of Israel or with a specific group of people.
Working with foreign volunteers is very inspiring and I have been blessed to meet so many good people who wish to give of their time and love to help the Jewish people in Israel.
I look forward to meeting you here in Israel where your personal volunteering dream comes true!
Places that are in need of help
Avg. Stay in Israel
Children or Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
Children or Adults with Physical Disabilities
Children or Adults on The Autism Spectrum
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Our Volunteering Packages
volunteers from all over the world in charitable organizations in Israel.
- Pick up volunteer from airport and be available to take them to bus/train/taxi pick-up point (excepting Shabbat and Jewish Holidays) should the representative of the charitable association not be present as well $ 50
- Arrange a meeting with the Foreign Volunteers representative at the Social Affairs Ministry to help find alternative placement if the first proves unsatisfactory and attend the meeting with you $ 100
- Provide an organized tour twice a year of places of interest in Israel together with other Foreign Volunteers (includes entrance fees and guide’s fee)
Yes. The list of countries that cannot send volunteers is updated by the Israeli Government from time to time. Volunteer Israel will let you know if your country is permitted to send volunteers after you apply.
No. There are some countries that have not vaccinated all their citizens yet, but Israel will allow you to come and you will be vaccinated here.
No. The Social Affairs Ministry has passed a regulation forbidding volunteers who do not want to be vaccinated to be allowed into Israel.
Yes. The number of days is decided by the Israeli Government and that can change from time to time.
The organization where you work will provide you with a place to quarantine. You do not have to find your own place.
Yes. By Israeli law you are obligated to buy personal medical insurance coverage for the time you will be volunteering here and it must clearly state that it includes Corona related issues. This document has to be included with the other papers requested by the Social Affairs and Interior Ministries when applying for a volunteer (B4) visa or it will not be issued.