Ecommunity, an electronic waste recycling factory that employs people with special needs, established Advanced Ecology, also employing people with special needs. Advanced Ecology recycles electronic waste at the customer’s location, an important service for the recycling of sensitive, military grade electronics.
Portfolio companies supporting People with Disabilities
Curtain Call empowers individuals from across the societal spectrum to come together to break down social barriers, bridge community gaps, and overcome personal challenges using Community-Based Theater.
From Ethiopian immigrants, to Charedi (ultra-orthodox) women, to the elderly, to children and youth at-risk, to Arab women, to individuals with special needs, Curtain Call works with all walks of Israel’s diverse society, giving a voice, a stage, and a constructive outlet for self-expression to those who might not otherwise be heard.
In addition, we create meaningful interactions between communities that are poles apart—such as Arab and Jew, secular and orthodox, old and young, new immigrant and native Israeli, helping to foster eye-opening dialogue, push aside stereotypes and build genuine bonds of understanding and friendship.
An association that recycles electric motors, metal and copper materials.
The association employs workers with special needs, from the non-Jewish sector – Druze, Muslims and Christians, who also enjoy opportunities in other circles of life.
The association contributes through its activities both socially and to the creation of better greener environment.
An advertising agency specializing in branding and digital marketing, providing a safe and meaningful workplace for professionals with disabilities. All employees, including the entrepreneurs of Optimist, are professionals with disabilities, either from birth or as a result of military service.