Robin Hood Israel Fellows helps young Jewish students and professionals donate their time to Israel
Robin Hood Israel Fellows engages young Jewish students and professionals in the Diaspora to donate their time and skills on behalf of Israeli charities and NGOs. Through this project, communities around the world can engage in the most pressing issues in Israel and impact positively in Israeli society.
RHIF Fellows are university students and young professionals in the Diaspora communities who devote their expertise and creativity to the development of social enterprise and NGO initiatives on behalf of Israel and selected underserved Jewish communities in Israel. They combine doing good with doing well.
For two summers we have successfully opened Diaspora ‘pop-ups’ for university students and young professionals to work on behalf of Israeli charities, including Hong Kong, London and multiple US locations. In many circumstances, academic credit is now accredited for the fellowships.