The majority of GHIS students require financial assistance to attend our school. We have established a scholarship fund for this purpose.
This is consistent with our mission of bringing together students from diverse communities, and enables the most disadvantaged to stand on equal terms with those more privileged.
covers the full annual costs for one student
covers academic costs
covers room and board
covers extracurricular activities
As a new school situated on an established campus, several naming opportunities exist for upgrading and construction, such as labs, classrooms, dorms, sports facilities, art and performance spaces. All will enhance the students’ experience at GHIS and meet the school’s growing needs.
Please make check payable to ‘Friends of Givat Haviva Inc.’ (a 501(c)(3)), state that it is for GHIS and send to:
Friends of Givat Haviva
500 7th Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10018
BANK TRANSFER DETAILS BELOW
GIvat Haviva Mobile Post Menashe
Star House, 104 Grafton Road
London NW5 4BA
US (in USD)
Tax ID: 13-2584337
Bank: JP Morgan Chase Bank,
305 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10001
Account name: Friends of Givat Haviva
Address: 500 7th Avenue, 8th Floor,
New York, NY 10018
Account Number: 4016594250
SWIFT code: CHASUS33
Routing Number: 021000021
ISRAEL (in NIS or US$)
Bank: First International Bank of Israel
Bank code: 31
Branch number: 048
Address: Yitzhak Sade, Tel Aviv
SWIFT code: FIRBILITXXX
Account Number: 409 311340
Account Name: Havatzelet Education and Culture Institutions of HaShomer HaTzair
Address of Account Holder: Givat Haviva, Mobile Post Menashe 37850, Israel
Making a planned gift is a wonderful way to show your support for the GHIS mission while accommodating your own personal, financial, estate-planning, and philanthropic goals.
If you or your spouse is affiliated with an organization that matches charitable gifts, this immediately doubles the gift that you make to GHIS. You can check here.
David joined GHIS because he was looking for the right educational establishment to develop personally and professionally. As soon as he heard about GHIS, he realized that it suits his values.
“As someone who has always been committed to coexistence in Israel, I see GHIS as a great vehicle to bring young people together in an accepting and non-prejudicial way.”
As well as being a teacher, David is also trained in special needs education at all school levels.
David holds a joint Honors B.Ed. in Special Education ages 6 to 21, and BA in Literature at Oranim College