Committed to the Community

The BRM Group believes that with financial strength comes the responsibility to advance the community as a whole and the individuals within it. To this end, BRM endeavors to bridge social and economic gaps through an active and ongoing commitment to a variety of programs, including:
 

The Amal group - The Amal Educational Network is a leader in innovation, excellence and entrepreneurship.
The Network, extending throughout Israel, advances scientific and technological education, perceiving it as a cornerstone of Israel’s national resilience.
Students in the Network’s 120 institutions, have an equal opportunity to attain knowledge and essential skills that allow them to play an integral role in impacting Israel’s future development.

The Gidon Association for Ethiopian Jews in Hadera - The Gidon Association for Ethiopian Jews in Hadera is a non-profit organization committed to improving the future outlook for Hadera's young Ethiopian-Israelis by providing academic reinforcement, youth programs that strengthen social skills and self-esteem, and educational programs that improve the coping skills of their local community.

 Ofanim - Ofanim was established in 2004 in order to promote the empowerment and advancement of children living in localities located in Israel’s geographic and social periphery.
Ofanim runs enrichment programs for hundreds of children living in outlying localities and welfare afterschool programs in Israel’s northern and southern regions.
Ofanim has an original and effective way of reaching the children in remote areas- buses that have been retrofitted into mobile study labs.
Through its eight labs, Ofanim exposes the children to new worlds of content that have an impact on their futures. Among the fields studied: science, computers, robotics, art and engineering. In addition, 2 field trips days are offered at institutions of higher education, science museums and visitor centers.

 

The 8200 Alumni Association - The 8200 Alumni Association aims, inter alia, to promote and encourage entrepreneurship and innovation in Israel, and is proud to have established the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Support Program (EISP).
The program's vision is to utilize the vast network of 8200 Alumni in order to help early stage entrepreneurs to fulfill their ventures, visions, and dreams. The program supports and promotes entrepreneurs of different fields, such as high-tech, biomedical, energy and environment. About 20 hand-picked entrepreneurs are selected each year, and go through a year-long workshop and mentoring program, featuring key figures in the Israeli market.

 

Tmura – The Israeli Public Service Venture Fund is a nonprofit organization founded in 2002 to increase the involvement of the high-tech community in non-profit activity in Israel, with a focus on education and other youth initiatives. Tmura receives donations of equity from (mainly private) Israeli and Israel-related high-tech companies and, upon a liquidity event, allocates the proceeds to education and youth-related charities in Israel.
 
  Snunit - To know more with ease and fun - Snunit is a Hebrew portal for educational information and activities. The aim of Snunit is to collect and create databases on educational issues and other relevant subjects and to make them accessible to Israel's schools.

  IVN - Established in 2002, the Israel Venture Network (IVN) is a venture philanthropy network of high-tech entrepreneurs, business executives, venture capitalists, corporations and philanthropists from Israel and the US. IVN aims to strengthen the capacity of the educational, social leadership and business communities in Israel through the sharing of skills, knowledge and experience that have led to private sector success.

  The Summit Institute - The Summit Institute, established in 1973 by Zvi Stiskin, Dave Schonbrun and Professor Stanley Schneider, émigrés from the United States, promotes care within the community for children, youth and young adults at risk in Israel. Summit today operates two programs: a preventive care and rehabilitation program and a rehabilitative foster care. 

   


  


   
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