Did You Know?

Throughout its hundred years of existence, Bnai Zion has always reached out to those in need.

The following are some highlights of Bnai Zion’s history of giving:
  • Introduced American Red Magen David for Israel, an organization in the U.S. that funds ambulances and healthcare equipment for Magen David Adom, Israel’s pre-eminent emergency ambulance service
  • Created and supports the non-sectarian America-Israel Friendship League
  • Supported Beit Halochem rehabilitation and recreation centers for disabled Israeli war veterans and their families
  • Established ten medical clinics, Kupat Cholim Meuchedet, which provide care to thousands on a daily basis
  • Endowed the auditorium in Beit Hatfusot at the Museum of the Diaspora in Tel Aviv
  • Assisted in founding Kfar Bnai Zion, a successful free-enterprise community in Israel
  • Developed the Artists’ Gallery at Ein Hod


A view of Beit Hakerem from the David Yellin College of Education
 

A view of the courtyard at the David Yellin College of Education
     

A colorful playground at Ahava Village for Children & Youth
 

The recently renovated Social Hall at Ahava Village for Children & Youth
     

The interior of the Library of Peace at Ma’aleh Adumim
 

The Library of Peace at Ma’aleh Adumim
     

Livingroom and dining area for residents of the Quittman Center
 

Entrance to the Quittman Center at Israel Elwyn’s Jerusalem campus
     

Scope of the Bnai Zion Medical Center

Aerial view of the Bnai Zion Medical Center in Haifa