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Together, we can bring social and economic equality to Israel

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Donations over $2 are now tax deductible!

The New Israel Fund Australia’s work has been recognised by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission as a public benevolent institution, enabling us to give tax deductible receipts for all gifts over $2.

Together, we can realise social and economic equality in Israel.

Here are just some of our recent achievements:

  • Following a campaign by NIF grantee Sikkuy – the Association for the Advancement of Civil Equality, Anjaz Arab Center for Alternative Planning, and the Arab Council of Local Authority Heads, the Cabinet approved a NIS 10-15 billion allocation to amend budgetary discrimination against Israel’s Arab sector.
  • Follows a campaign by NIF grantees Sikkuy, Arab Center for Alternative Planning, and the Forum for Just Land Redistribution, Interior Minister Aryeh Deri announced that 80% of the municipal taxes collected in the Tefen region, a wealthy industrial zone, would be allocated to surrounding poorer Arab and Jewish regional councils.
  • The Ministers of Health and Finance doubled the healthcare spending for medicine and services. NIF grantee Adva Center was prominent in the campaign to raise awareness about the erosion of healthcare spending.