Co-existence and Equal Opportunity for Jewish and Arab Child...

Co-existence and Equal Opportunity for Jewish and Arab Children through Tennis

Jan 11, 2012 5:30pm

SAVE THE DATE! Sponsored by the Freddie Krivine Foundation and the UJA - An Evening for Discussion and Exchange of Ideas: "Sports and Development" - Strengthening the potential of Sports for Youth as a tool to reach personal, community and national development objectives in the Arab and Jewish communities in Israel. Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 5:30 PM.Please RSVP to receive the location and program details Sport is increasingly part of social and development work in Arab communities in Israel, as well as a part of the corporate social responsibility practices of private businesses, foundations and other benefactors. We are anxious to explore the potential of sport in benefiting the Israeli society as a whole. Please join us for this important discussion! To RSVP, please contact Ms. Iris Sagi, the Freddie Krivine Foundation Development Director for New York Region at 718-916-0817, or e-mail [email protected] The Freddie Krivine Foundation was created in 1998 to promote co-existence and equal opportunity in Israel through tennis. It encourages Jewish and Arab children to play tennis in a variety of programmes across the country, with new projects opening every year. Now, after more than a decade, the main emphasis is still to introduce Israeli Arab chidren to tennis, and through tennis to introduce Jewish and Arab children to each other.