As the country's second-most populated city of Israel, Tel Aviv is settled in the global arena. The 40-year-old philanthropy Tel Aviv foundation has become a powerful arm helping the city getting better. The foundation serves as a beacon of progress, elevating the city’s quality of life through education, the arts, sports, social services, and the environment. During this interview with the CEO of Tel Aviv Foundation, Hila Oren, we will get to know more about this foundation, the most important projects she is currently working on, as well as how the foundation is providing and creating opportunities for a better future for all the residents of Tel Aviv-Yafo.
Creating opportunities for a better future with the Tel-Aviv foundation
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