In Israel, Jews and Arabs live in separation, fear and violence.
We’re on a mission to change that.
Starting with only 50 children in 1998, Hand in Hand now has six campuses and thousands of Jewish and Arab students.
As Israel’s fastest-growing, integrated social movement, we impact over 10,000 people every day, proving that we can live together as Jews and Arabs, Israelis and Palestinians.
Covid-19 Update, March 2020:
With the global outbreak of Coronavirus, our Hand in Hand schools, like all Israeli schools, are closed until at least after Passover. Our amazing Arab and Jewish teachers and staff have set up online learning and schedules so that we can continue our bilingual, multicultural education from afar.
We are very grateful for our strong active community frameworks, who are pulling together to support each other, as always, across lines of language, religion and culture. We are staying home as much as we can, washing our hands, and caring for those who need extra support.
Hand in Hand’s work of bringing people together and building lasting inclusive societal structures will continue and grow, through this crisis and after it.
Thank you for staying with us, and wishing everybody health and safety.