Portfolio companies supporting People with Disabilities

Current Portfolio

Advanced Ecology

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.

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Almanarah

An association for the advancement of people with disabilities in Arab society that runs “The Title Library”, producing tailored books (Braille method, electrons and more) for the visually impaired in the Arab society.

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IVN's Alumni

Bela Digital

A web design and marketing service for SMEs. Based in Tel Aviv, the initiative employs skilled physically handicapped individuals in web design, graphic design, search engine marketing, and content marketing.

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Call Yachol

An outsourcing call-center primarily operated by employees with disabilities. As of today, it is the largest employer of people with special needs in the Israeli market.

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IVN's Alumni

Chavaya Mitgalgelet

Exposing adults without disabilities to the everyday challenges experienced by disabled, Chavaya Mitgalgelet aims to change how people perceive the disabled and to encourage them to employ adults with disabilities.

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IVN's Alumni

Cli Caso

A self-painting studio for ceramics that offers activities for individuals and groups. Cli Caso Studio creates a unique and supportive work environment that integrates people with mental disabilities into the staff of the studio.

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Dogiz

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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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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

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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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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Makshivim Net

A virtual and social rehabilitation initiative established to support people with mental health disorders that allows the formation of social connections and networks, in a personal and safe environment.

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IVN's Alumni

Nany

A family-owned enterprise in the production of food products that employ people with disabilities, youth at risk and ex convicts. The workers integrate into the labor market in a supportive and inclusive atmosphere.

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IVN's Alumni

Optimist

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.

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Current Portfolio

Orbar Bakery

Providing equal opportunities and the integration of people with disabilities into the workforce are the values at the heart of the bakery. In 2018, Orbar Bakery won the Minister of Economy and Industry’s Award for Businesses Employing People with Disabilities.

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