Presentation on theme: "Editors: Chaia and Yakov. Kfar Saba, a community founded in 1903, achieved municipal status in 1962. The city’s location, its population, and its quality."— Presentation transcript:
Editors: Chaia and Yakov
Kfar Saba, a community founded in 1903, achieved municipal status in The city’s location, its population, and its quality of life not only serve to attract new residents, but keep its native residents firmly rooted and established. Kfar Saba is located in the center of Israel. Kfar Saba, which is spread over 14,250 dunams (3.563 acres) includes numerous gardens and lush, green public parks. It is rich in leisure, cultural and sports activities, and its youth are actively involved in community life.
It is one of the top cities in Israel in terms of quality of life and the scope of services it provides its residents. The city has won the Education Prize, the Youth Prize, the Minister’s Prize for Environmental Excellence and the Interior Ministry prize for sound financial administration. 50% of Kfar Saba’s teenagers are involved in community volunteer work. Kfar Saba was declared a Green City in 2011, and as such continues to invest in various unique projects, including the Green Neighborhoods project that includes a “green” school, the first of its kind in Israel.
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Kfar Saba Rotary Club was established in It is one of the eldest volunteer organization in our city. In our club there are 46 members, men and women, from a wide variety of occupations. We meet once a week on Sunday evening at in Gallery 29 in Kfar-Saba. Lectures, parties etc. are taking place during these meetings as well as club members going out together to shows and theaters, travelling around the country and abroad. All these activities come to strengthen the social bond within the club.
Our President Mair Aharoni Our Secretary Izhak Arbel
Club managment Treasurer: P.P. Shaul Tzaig Chairman of the Club Service: Sara Aharoni Chairman of the Community Service: Chaia Kantarovitch Chairman of the International Service: P.P. Oded Shoam Chairman of the Vocational Service: P.P. Yuval Haskel Chairman of public relations : P.P. Aby Bracha
Our major support of the club: Supporting the Aero Club by donation and helping underprivileged children join the club
Our major support of the club: Purchasing and Installing smoke detectors in homes of elderly citizens to save lives.
Our major support of the club: Giving a financial contribution for special needs.
Our major support of the club: To encourage the promotion of cultural debate among juniors at school.
Our major support of the club: Distribution of Emergency signal buttons to the elderly in need.
Our major support of the club: Our club was and is involved in many international projects:
Some years ago we received the "Governor's Citation" for an unique donation of blood products to the "Blood Bank" in Bali Indonesia. On that very year we singed a "twinning agreement" with Mersin- Toros Rotary club in Turkey while a visit of our club president to Mersin. The 2 clubs shared 2 community projects in Mersin and in Kfar Saba which were both granted by TRF a matching grant. Several years later we participated in establishing the Indian Rotary Doll Museum and donated a special "fiddler on the roof" doll. Our club has 30 "Paul Harris Fellows". This year we donated 2000 US to TRF dedicated to the Turkana project in Kenya, leaded by RI Director Gidi Peiper from Israel. These days we are working on a big project of enlarging the "Youth Music Center" with building connections with a twin city of our town, Weisbaden in Germany.
Our major support of the club: Funding mediation for pupils in “Brenner” school.
Our major support of the club: Volunteering Club members to increase public awareness to the problem of high blood pressure - the "silent killer.“
Our major support of the club: Purchase of equipment for youth activities at the music room - gallery 29.
Our major support of the club: 1.Volunteer activity to enable elderly people to be exposed to the world of computers. 2. Purchase computers for seniors clubs
Our major support of the club: Distribution of honey for Jewish New Year to 4 clubs for the elderly in the city.
1.summer camp. 2.School bags for the children of the first grade. 3.A visit to the Biblical Zoo. 4.Chanukah Party for the Golden Age. 5.Purim Party for the Golden Age. 6.Food distribution for the Holidays. 7.Trip to Hamat Gader for the Golden Age. 8.Bar Mitzvah project. 9.Food coupons for Passover Our major support of the club: Adopting the Ethiopian community and helping them integrate into Israeli society.
Our major support of the club: Purchase of books to needy students.
Our major support of the club: Adopting the “ENOSH“ Club, which is the Israeli Association for Mental Health, and give donation twice a year.
Our major support of the club: Regular participation of members distributing food to needy families and donations twice a year.
Our major support of the club: Adopting the club. Giving them financial aid. Paying for a dancing teacher, and helping the children with their homework and other activities.
Our major support of the club: Bicycle donation for disabled and a weekly aid by volunteers who help them practice..
Our major support of the club: Helping lonely soldiers after military service.
Our major support of the club: Helping students from the Ethiopian community by transporting them to the pilot course
Our major support of the club: Teaching illiterate old age reading and writing Hebrew