In 2017 in the sphere of Children and Youth, the foundation reviewed grant requests for community programs oriented at infancy (ages 0-6), involving at-risk children that live in life-threatening circumstances.
In 2017, The Ted Arison Family Foundation supported the following projects:
Bat Melech. Project: Supporting children in shelters for victims of domestic violence, at a sum of $50,000.
Beit Yossi. Project: Supporting therapeutic intervention program for infants at-risk, at a sum of $25,000.
Hof Hagalil – Association for Family and Child. Project: Supporting the program Good Parenting as a basis for child development, at a sum of $23,000.
Bet Elazraki Children’s Home. Project: Supporting the expansion of the organization’s emotional therapy framework for children at-risk, at a sum of $39,457.
Eli – Association for the Protection of Children. Project: Supporting the purchasing of an emergency unit vehicle, at a sum of $50,000.
Jindas – The Organization for Urban Renewal in Lod. Project: Supporting the after-school programs for children, at a sum of $50,000.
Big Brother Big Sister Israel. Project: Supporting the program Big Brother – Equipped for the Road, for children from south Tel Aviv neighborhoods that are entering first grade, at a sum of $25,000.