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Partner with Us – Enrich Israel

If Israel is part of your life, we invite you to join our Global Affiliation Partnership (G.A.P.), a worldwide forum of Israel’s friends who believe in our cause and want to be a part of it.

By joining G.A.P. and pledging symbolic support of $18 a month (or $216 a year) – the number 18 in Hebrew letters also spells chai, the word for life – you will receive our Israel Pass card and enjoy free visits to all Israel Nature and Parks Authority sites, for your immediate family (children up to age 18).

G.A.P members will enjoy various benefits:

• Right to earmark the donation
• Monthly informative updates
• Foundation-sponsored events and trips in
Israel from time to time
• Consultation in planning your Israel trip
• Israel Pass card

The G.A.P. program seeks to help meet Israel’s need to protect and conserve natural and heritage treasures throughout the country.

In keeping with the Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation’s values, income from the program will go toward protecting heritage and nature in Israel.


 

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Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation

The Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation (INHF) is a voluntary association founded to help the Israel Nature and Parks Authority (INPA) in its important tasks of protecting Israel's nature, landscapes and heritage.

Nature protection

The Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation facilitates the INPA's work in protecting Israel's biodiversity, conserving marine habitats and their native species, as well as protecting landscapes through assistance to the INPA'S Open Space Project.

Heritage
Another important activity is the restoration and conservation of cultural heritage sites, mainly those that have universal significance to all cultures and religions. Furthermore, the Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation assists the Israel Nature and Parks Authority in order to protect its extremely significant historical sites, such as its UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Masada, Tel Megiddo, and others.

Education
One of the Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation's most significant principles is its desire to educate the public on issues that pertain to us all: the importance of protecting nature and our environment. The foundation supports the Israel Nature and Parks Authority in its various educational programs to promote nature and heritage protection especially among children and adolescents, considering that these are the ages that can have the greatest impact, both on the overall attitude toward nature and heritage protection and on the environment itself, for generations to come.