A place to feel equal
Alin Beit Noam
Alin Beit Noam
Alin Beit Noam is a non-profit organization that advocates for human dignity and social justice, with an emphasis on disability.
The association operates a diverse set of projects to help improve the quality of life of people with disabilities.
All of the projects that we operate grew out of our belief in individuals and in recognizing diversity as a value.
The goals of the association
Weekend respite care that takes place every weekend and serves 10 participants.
Mid-week respite care that serves any participant and their family who need overnight care for different reasons (e.g., sick parents, a vacation, family event etc.).
Summer respite care that runs for two consecutive weeks during August and serves 15 participants.
of Unlimited Possibilities
We are currently in the process of planning and constructing the Elga Community Neighborhood – a multipurpose neighborhood in the Sharon region supporting social change.
The neighborhood will provide a range of innovative services and projects for people with and without disabilities.
Most of the organization’s activities take place at the Alin Beit Noam Daycare Center in Kiryat Ono.
A significant portion of the services provided in Kiryat Ono are aimed at participants within the organization.
The participants are adults with complex intellectual and physical disabilities, most of whom are wheelchair users and some of whom have complex communication needs. Other activities are aimed at the general public.
Alin Beit Noam is registered “public institution”, number 58-00240-57. Donations to the organization are recognized for income tax credit in Israel according to Section 46(a) of the Income Tax Ordinance, and also in the US, Great Britain and Canada.
Tax deductible donations may be made through American, British or Canadian Friends of Alin Beit Noam, and a receipt will be provided.
The Elga Cegla Daycare Center accepts National Service and pre-army service volunteers. The volunteers are integrated as regular staff members and are full partners in the center’s activities.
They are involved in the social, rehabilitative, group and individual activities with participants, and they perform meaningful roles with significant responsibility.
We are happy to announce that Alin Beit Noam has joined the list of organizations you can donate to via “Round Up.”
It’s incredible how much of an impact your small change can make.
The Midot Seal of Effectiveness testifies that the organization is committed to an organizational culture that prioritizes planning and measurement, is result-oriented and is continually improving, in the service of supporting its beneficiaries and acting as a force for meaningful change in their lives