Corporate Social Responsibility Leumi Partners, a unique financial organization, committed to promote sustainability and environmental responsibility
For Leumi Partners, social responsibility is an essential element of modern management methodologies and business success. As such, environmental and social considerations, both local and regional, have an impact on every decision made. Corporate responsibility permeates all economic behavior. Business activity respects ecological constraints, designed to meet the needs of the present generation, without compromising the ability of future generations to achieve a viable economic potential.
Leumi Partners Code of Ethics

As part of the Leumi Partners’ agenda, all activities operate according to a strict code of conduct. This sets the standard for both informal and formal behavior within the corporation, and provides a practical framework to facilitate principled economic processes within the organization.

Leumi Partners invests extensive resources in numerous social associations:


Aharai- Youth Leading Change

Leumi has supported the “Youth Leading Change-Aharai” Association since 2002. The “Youth Leading Change” Association is a registered nonprofit organization, initially established in 1997 with a goal of nurturing young leaders, in order to encourage social involvement amongst youth. Youth participants hail from developing towns, absorption centers and boarding schools, and are at a pivotal crossroad in life, at which point their futures can be directly affected by education. Students and youths are eligible for participating in the “Aharai” program from the age of 14 until 25, when they begin integrating into the State of Israel as fully contributing members of society

The Movement for the Advancement of the Status of Women
NA`AMAT is the largest and leading Women’s Movement in Israel. Na’amat Education Network serves some 3,500 students in 20 high-schools, two youth villages and two colleges across Israel. Most of our students are at-risk youth, All of the movement students are from low-income background, and most of them come from marginalized, under-represented social groups in Israel, including first-or-second generation Ethiopian or Russian migrants and Arab students. Some of the schools are girls-only institutions.



Vehadarta- Empowering senior citizens

Vehadarta was created with a deep belief that senior citizens in our society are a valuable asset and should be treated as such. Vehadarta believe that only when our society learns to make use of elders’ vast knowledge and experience we can become a healthier and more just society. Every senior citizen is entitled to continue to contribute and lead an active life while maintaining a decent standard of living. The fund works to promote a body of legislature that will safeguard those rights of senior citizens to receive what is theirs by right and not as a gift.
Collectively, the above should aid in uniting senior citizens in Israel and enable them to contribute to society’s collective experience.


“Yad LaYeled HaMeyuchad (“Lend a Hand to a Special Child”) 

The “Yad LaYeled HaMeyuchad (“Lend a Hand to a Special Child”) association, established in 2004 by a group of parents of children with special needs, provides a range of services for children with special challenges and their families.

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Unistream-  Educating Tomorrow Leaders Today

Unistream aspires to cultivate a business social leadership that will work to close gaps between those in central Israel and those in the periphery and widen scopes of success, tolerance & personal empowerment.

Unistream believe that the cornerstones of socially active business leadership are: acquisition of ethics, knowledge, management skills, hands-on experience, alteration of mind-set and personal empowerment.

Hayim Association – for Children with Cancer in Israel

The Hayim (“Life”) Association was established in 1984 by parents of children with cancer in order to raise funds for treatment. The association has been instrumental in breakthroughs in the field of pediatric cancer in Israel.

The association wishes for a future where all children will defeat cancer, and is constantly working to improve the medical treatment in the oncology departments, and the children’s quality of life.



friends for life

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“Chaverim LaHaim” (Friends for Life)

A non-profit organizations that run volunteering programs, and adoption days at Gan Meir, Tel Aviv on Fridays.

“Haver Li” (My Friend) 

“Haver Li” (my friend)  A nonprofit organization for dogs’ adoption, working together with the veterinarian services of Gush Dan area.

Darna – Safehouse for Youth at Risk

Darna was founded on the vision of changing the course of lives of Israeli youths with criminal records. In today’s reality these teenagers often live on the fringe of society without the necessary family and community support. Unfortunately, they frequently find themselves placed behind bars simply due to an acute shortage of youth rehabilitation facilities.

Through a comprehensive rehabilitative and educational approach, “Darna” aims to help them take charge of their lives, assume responsibility, and establish their place as contributing members of the society.



 In 1999, the Mesila- Aid and Information Center for Migrant Workers and Refugees was founded by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality in collaboration with the Jewish Agency for Israel Ltd. and Israel’s Educational and Cultural Services as a non-profit organization. Mesila is part of the Welfare Human Services Administration of southern Tel Aviv.
Ha’aguda Lema’an Hachayal

Ha’aguda Lema’an Hachayal; the Association for the Wellbeing of Israel’s Soldiers (AWIS), is a non-profit organization that was established in 1942 by Israel’s founding prime minister, David Ben-Gurion. The Association’s purpose is the same today as it was in Ben-Gurion’s time, to give serving soldiers the support and wellbeing extras that the army itself could not afford to provide, and to demonstrate in practical ways our gratitude for their service to the nation