Latest Updates


Latest Updates

A new guidebook reflects updated procedures at WIZO daycare institutions across Israel that will create a protective and therapeutic atmosphere for Israeli children in times of war.

Almost a century of life-changing work is shown in a heartwarming "then & now" photo album, produced specially for WIZO's 96th.

This past Friday, a rocket fired from Gaza hit the WIZO "Open House" center in the town of Sderot. Two days later, in a show of true fortitude, the center was open again and held a celebration for kindergarten children, as scheduled. 

Take a look at the recent mission to Israel hosted by a devoted group of WIZO volunteers from Florida.

Thanks to one of WIZO's most precious ongoing projects, orphans and children from underprivileged or single-parent families have the chance to celebrate their bar & bat mitzvahs.

The moving ceremony marked the end of a very unqiue course of study for a group of WIZO high school students.

The delicious recommendations and touching stories of three WIZO Beit HaKerem students who recently graduated high school and won first place in a national cooking competition.

Friends of WIZO report great success in the 12th Sponsor A Child Annual Luncheon with donations surpassing those of previous years.

Meira Drori, a WIZO volunteer of 30 years and the Chairperson of WIZO Tel Aviv, receives the prestigious "Beloved of Tel Aviv" Prize.

Fainy Sukenik, an Ultra-Orthodox social activist who started out in WIZO's "greenhouse" and leadership programs, will light a torch at Israel's  official Independence Day Ceremony on Mount Herzl.