Charles Clore Park





Stretching along the southern Tel Aviv coast to Yafo, the park is a popular and prominent city landmark. The park was established thanks to the generosity of British businessman and philanthropist, Sir Charles Clore, one of the Tel Aviv Foundation’s first donors. In preparation for the city’s centennial celebrations, The Clore Foundation headed by his daughter, Dame Vivian Duffield, upgraded the park to include barbeque areas, outdoor exercise facilities, children’s playgrounds, and more. The Clore Foundation also supports many educational projects throughout Tel Aviv.

  • The Afeka Academic College of Engineering

    The Afeka Academic College of Engineering is a leading college offering Bachelor and Masters degrees in engineering. The strategic relocation of Afeka to the Yad Eliyahu neighborhood will contribute to the renewal and development of the neighborhood. The new campus will double the college’s admissions capacity, providing outstanding education for Israel’s next generation of innovators. […]

  • The Begun Library & Empowerment Center at the Amiel Rambam School

    The library at the Amiel Rambam School is utilized as a locale of learning, idea sharing, inquiry and information gathering. The new library serves as the center for the myriad of activities that take place in the school thanks to the generosity of the Semi J. & Ruth W. Begun Foundation. Since 2003, the Foundation […]

  • Model apartment and multi purpose hall

    This model apartment serves to teach functional life skills and tools to students with disabilities so they can go on to function independently in their daily lives. The room includes a kitchen filled with appliances, a laundry room, a living room and more. Adjacent to the room is a multipurpose hall for extra-curricular activities. Both […]


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