Goshen’s work is critical as parents and health professionals cope with children’s social, behavioral, development and mental health issues during this uncharted crisis. A number of organizations, foundations, government ministries and media channels are partnering with Goshen to provide its valuable information to parents and healthcare professionals.
These partners include the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, Bernard van Leer Foundation, an anonymous Israeli foundation, the Rashi Foundation, Haruv Institute, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv Municipalities, the Rahat Municipality (a Bedouin town in southern Israel), MATI Jerusalem Business Development Center, with a focus on East Jerusalem, the Jewish Agency for Israel, Qualita, the umbrella organization for new immigrants from France, Ethiopian-Israeli community workers and HOP, a popular children’s television channel.
Goshen is reaching out to foundations and individual funders in Israel and worldwide in order to continue its emergency activities during this time.
We are thankful to our major strategic funders, EGL Charitable Foundation, the GMB Group in Australia, an anonymous Israeli foundation and the Bernard van Leer Foundation for their ongoing support to advance Goshen’s mission to give every child, no matter what their circumstances, the start they deserve.