Founder of Ma’ase receives an honorary degree from Tel Aviv University.

Miki Nevo

Miki Nevo, the founder and director of Ma’ase (formally known as Isracorps) is being recognized for his vision and ongoing leadership of an organization which has created profound social change, developed and fostered a culture of volunteerism and shown a demonstrated commitment to community involvement.

It is rare that someone at the helm of a social change organization receives such an honor, but Miki and Ma’ase are indeed extraordinary. Federation is proud to be among the very first funders of Ma’ase, so we congratulate Miki and share in the pride that comes with this honor.

The Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund plays a leading role in strengthening Israeli society and securing its future by promoting pluralism, democracy, and equality of opportunity for all Israel’s citizens. Our Flagship programs aim at achieving system-wide social change, while our smaller grants focus on developing and nurturing social entrepreneurship and providing incubators for social innovation.

In 2011-2012, Federation funded $120,000 for Afak - Volunteering and Year of Service for Arab-Israelis and $160,000 for Funders Forum: Partnering for Equality of Opportunity. Learn more about the program
Categories: Awards, Israel, Overseas


April 12, 2012


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