The Israel Land AdministrationThe Israel Land Administration (ILA) is the government agency responsible for managing this land which comprises 4,820,500 acres (19,508,000 dunams). "Ownership" of real estate in Israel usually means leasing rights from the ILA for 49 or 98 years.
Ford FoundationThe Ford Foundation has played a central role in the evolution and development of Israel’s civil society sector, now a dominant force in helping the nation confront its many challenges.
Goldman FoundationProvides resources and leadership for creative, risk-taking philanthropy.
New Israel FundNew Israel Fund is the leading organization committed to democratic change within Israel.
The Green Environmend fundSupports small, local communal grass roots initiatives.
Bimkomplanners and architects with the goal of strengthening the connection between human rights and spatial planning in Israel.
The Association for Civil Rights in Israel - ACRIIsraeli human and civil rights organization.
Israel Union for Environmental DefenseAn Israeli NGO promoting environmental protection in Israel
Green ActionA organization with the aim of promoting socio-ecological change through direct non-violent action, community service, and youth empowerment.
The Israeli Center for the Advancement of Social JusticeAn association of volunteers that serves as a lobby for the advancement and cultivation of a just, unified and qualitative society.
The Kibbutzim siteKibbutz Program Center - Takam-Artzi