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Grants in Israel

Amuta 21C

Amuta 21C

The Amuta 21C project was designed to improve the effectiveness of third-sector organizations and leaders in Israel by providing opportunities for them to interact and learn from one another.

Amuta21C was a one day conference for Israeli nonprofits to come together to learn and discuss new and relevant topics in their field, and to hear about best practices, innovations and tools used for success. In the fourth year, it's been decided to look for an opportunity to include content for and by the Russian speaking population of Israel.
Russian speaking professionals were supposed to benefit from the conference's content and networking opportunities and to bring their unique point of view to the greater A21C audience.

To meet these goals, the "one day conference" was accompanied by year round activities. The conference dealt with opportunities, problems and challenges typical to the nonprofit sector in Israel, including for the first time issues specific to the Russian speaking population.

Target audience was: 250 nonprofit professionals, among them 150 Russian speaking. After the conference, year-round follow up activities were held to maintain a community and build on the energy and learning from the conference.

Goals and objectives

  • Facilitate simple and transparent international giving, especially to enable Israeli and Jewish organizations to work with UK and European donors.
  • Create models and tools to be implemented in the development of a local Israeli culture of philanthropy.

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