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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2) Stories from the Field 4) Volunteer of the Week

6) Nice to Meet

Picture of the Month

Our picture of the month comes from Bayit Vegan—the football pitch of Beitar Jerusalem, who hosted the Jerusalem Region's 2nd tournament of the school year. The professional footballers spoke with our program participants and photographed with them. This picture was posted on our Instagram and Facebook. Please follow us!

Stories from the Field A new team, which joined us this year, is the North Tali School's team, from Jerusalem's Pisgat Ze'ev neighborhood. The study center is run by two wonderful volunteers - Shir from Ruach Tova and Eden from the Israeli Scouts Movement.

This is the first year in Tiberias and the first team from the city to run our program is the Noam School for Boys' team.

The Neta'im School's study center in Beersheva is run by tutors from three different frameworks - Michal from the Shvilim program at Kaye College, Inbal from Ruach Tova, and Dana from the public activists program at Ben Gurion University. Good luck to these three amazing women!

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Stories from the Field

One of our veteran schools in the program, and in the Sharon Region, is the El Omriya School from Tira. The team is one of our only teams to practice on a synthetic grass football pitch, right next to the school!

Kiryat Shmoneh's Rambam School's team runs its study center in the municipal library. What a nice bonus!

A new team joined our Shfela Region from the Yishayahu School in Holon. This team looks full of strength and ready for a great year!

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Volunteer of the Week Lera Kruhliak. "Lera is an excellent tutor. As part of her volunteer work, she also initiates her own activities. She has overcome some difficulties, while refusing to give up on any child during the process," Itamar, the Carmel Regional Manager, shared with us about Lera, our volunteer of the week. Lera volunteers as a tutor in the Yavnieli School's team's study center in Haifa. The school joined the program this year. In addition to volunteering though the Shachak Immigrants Scholarship in partnership with the Student Administration, Lera is studying Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion. Here's wishing the team and Lera lots of success!

Shlomi Shalom and Batel Avshayev. "We are thrilled we are participating in such incredible work during our National Service year. It enriches us too and it's allot of fun," said Shlomi and Batel, tutors of the Eli Cohen School's team from Kiryat Malachi, who are our volunteers of the week! Batel and Shlomi are volunteering through the organization Ma'aseh. Shai, the Western Negev Regional Manager, shared: "Their volunteer spirit is amazing. They invest infinite time and energy in creating successful activities for the children!"

Volunteer of the Week Asmaa Amariya. "I enjoy meeting with the kids each time. They are full of smiles when we meet. I am pleased I was given this opportunity to be part of such work which positively influences the children from my town." Thus shared our volunteer of the week, Asmaa Amariya from the town of Ibtin, tutoring in the town's team's study center through her national service. Guy, the Western Galilee Regional Manager, explained his choice of Asmaa: "She comes with a very strong sense of volunteerism and is full of life. The children enjoy her varied activities and they cooperate incredibly. I love seeing the children with eyes sparkling out of happiness in a study center like the one in Ibtin."

"The Equalizer is an amazing project which enables us to work with children through football - something they love. I am thrilled to partake in