The Ted Arison Family Foundation contributed to the establishment of the Jordan River Village, a unique place in the Middle East where children of all nations, suffering form serious illnesses, can just be kids.
Tel Aviv’s established musical institution received the foundation’s support for its excellence in music education.
This library is distinguished for its comprehensive collection of books and periodicals.
AICF plays a leading role in supporting many of Israel's largest cultural institutions and its finest artists.
Dedicated to promoting education for peace within Israeli society.
Out of the aspiration to bring added value to the community and society, the foundation made a grand-scale contribution for building this advanced hospital facility, setting a new benchmark for medical care in Israel.
A leading school for the arts, through the foundation’s contribution of a new campus, and by Shari Arison’s involvement and personal overseeing of equipment selection.
The foundation contributed this museum, situated in Zichron Ya’acov historical administration house.
Modeled according to US elite universities, IDC emphasizes research excellence and teaching.
The Foundation continues in the footsteps of Shari Arison's father, Ted Arison, who served in the Armored Corps during Israel’s War of Independence, and supported the establishment of this memorial site.