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To all our friends and supporters in Israel and around the world,

May the New Year be filled with health, happiness and great achievements. We look forward to continued partnership and cooperation in 2019, a year in which you continue being wonderful ambassadors for the City of Netanya.


In the past year, the Netanya Foundation has developed many projects for the benefit of Netanya's residents in various fields such as: welfare, culture, education, sports and more. We are also very proud to have held our first Gala Event which was very exciting and successful.

We would be happy to see you here in Netanya, giving you the opportunity to see our special and inspirational work, which is vital for the residents of our city. We couldn't do it without you!
 

With gratitude and all best wishes,
Samuel Sabah, 
Chairman




                                                                            

1st Annual Twin Cities Gala

On December 11th, 2018 the Netanya Foundation along with The City of Sunny Isles Beach, held their 1st Annual Twin Cities Gala Dinner.

It was an enthralling evening, which took place in Miami and was attended by various dignitaries including the Mayor of Netanya Miriam Fierberg-Ikar, Deputy Mayor of Sunny Isles Beach Dana Goldman and friends.

The keynote speaker Mr. Ehud Olmert, former Prime Minister of the State of Israel gave a very heartwarming speech. 

Netanya's very own world-renown percussion band, "Tremolo" performed before the guests, putting on a show to be remembered,  together with Ayala, a professional singer from Netanya, who swept the crowd along with her powerful vocals. The event took place at the Trump Hotelת Miami and we would like to thank our major donor Mr. Michael Dezer and his wife Naomi. 

We look forward to many future Gala events!

 

Grand Prix 2019

We would like to wish our very own Sagi Muki good luck for his next tournament, the Grand Prix 2019. For the first time ever the Grand Prix  will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel between the 24 – 26 of January 2019.

The event will host 54 countries and 428 judoka from all over the world. For the first time ever also competitors from the United Arab Emirates will be coming to compete in Israel.

!בהצלחה


About Us
 
The Netanya Foundation was established in 1989 in order to improve the quality of life of the city's residents.  From the late 1980s and to this day, Netanya has absorbed over 65,000 immigrants from the Former Soviet Union, Ethiopia and other countries worldwide. This is the mission of the Netanya Foundation. We continually seek and find the resources to help our residents and build a strong community for everyone. The Netanya Foundation initiates, manages and operates cultural facilities, community services, social, health, education, sports, science, religion, charity and welfare programs.
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