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IVN’s Portfolio – Page 3 – IVN

IVN's Portfolio

Current Portfolio

Ecommunity

A factory for e waste recycling, which employs over 70 people with disabilities. Ecommunity’s recycling facility allows workers with special needs to participate in this impactful, environmentally friendly process.

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Current Portfolio

Eitan Everyone Can

Through professional fitness training, Eitan Everyone Can empowers people on the autism spectrum and people with disabilities. Training includes Krav Maga, cross-country running (marathon) and more.

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IVN's Alumni

Gvanim B’Cafe

A coffee shop, event center and culinary service provider in Ashkelon that employs adults with mental illness. Working at the coffee shop enables employees to acquire skills and confidence to help them reintegrate into society.

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IVN's Alumni

HaGal Sheli

A development program for at-risk youth, using wind surfing as a tool to acquire personal skills and empowerment. 

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IVN's Alumni

Hiram

A rehabilitative center for adult with mental health problems. The 3-year program of Hiram teaches the participants work skills and habits within an assisted living environment.

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Current Portfolio

Jucha’s Guesthouse

The guesthouse, located on the Israel National Trail, constitutes a first step towards the establishment of tourist business infrastructure, which would allow the local community to boost its financial standing.

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IVN's Alumni

Kaima

Engaging, training and empowering marginalized youth through multi-faceted program of hand on organic farming.

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IVN's Alumni

Kelim Shluvim

A gift shop selling a wide range of products made by adults with mental disorders, youth-at-risk, elderly and marginalized populations, the store provides employment opportunities and a supportive work environment for up to 15 employees (in 3 shifts) with mental disorders.

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