Gandyr Foundation believes in the power of partnerships to create broad and deep change on issues relating to young adults in Israel. The foundation creates, promotes and participates in a wide range of collaborative efforts among organizations operating in the civilian, public and philanthropic sectors. Effective collaborations require flexibility, teamwork, mutual trust, and framing the shared vision. Gandyr Foundation is committed to these values in all its activities.

Government partnerships and collaborations

Social Involvement Initiative of Young Adults in the Arab Society
The Special Enterprises Foundation of the National Insurance Institute, Yated Program, Gandyr Foundation
מיזם מַעֲלֶה - ליווי רשויות בגיבוש תכניות אסטרטגיות לתחום הצעירים
Young Adults Authority, Rashi Foundation and Gandyr Foundation

Joint initiative to develop work related infrastructure for local authorities, and training to the professionals, in order to promote the young adults population and reach its full potential

Philanthropic partnerships and collaborations

Partnership Fund
Gandyr Foundation, Bracha Foundation, Blum Foundation, Lautman Foundation, The Rayne Trust

Works to encourage the formation of partnerships and increasing solidary among diverse groups in society while enhancing the perception of justice and equality, respect for the other, and acceptance of difference as an asset, by supporting new initiatives in the field, acknowledging and assisting grass roots processes, and contributing to the development of an ecosystem of living together in Israel

Localized Communities Network in the Young Adults Centers
Shahaf Foundation, the Washington Federation, Joint Israel, and Gandyr Foundation

The “Localized Communities Network” is a supportive, conceptual and professional home for local task based communities in Israel. Currently 14 localized communities from the social and geographical peripheries belong to the network, and operate jointly with the local Young Adults Center. The network believes that local young adults are agents of change in their communities and the development of community life as the key to developing mutual involvement and social justice