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The purpose of the Women's Division is to make a difference. By working together, Women's Division helps secure Israel’s future and ensures the wellbeing of the Jewish people. Dedicated female activists focus on the people of Israel who are most vulnerable, in need and threatened.
They are also deeply involved in helping to reinforce the foundations of Jewish life and advancing the values of social justice and democracy. The Women's Division is a vibrant global community of committed Jewish women dedicated to ensuring the continuity of the Jewish people and strength of the State of Israel. The International Women's Division (IWD) invites women to share in our passion and contribute their intelligence, creativity and resources to help us meet the great challenges and opportunities we face.
Women’s Division Victoria takes great pride in its encouragement of all Jewish women in the Community to join the cause and make a difference. Through involvement in the Division, women are able to have strong leadership roles and act as valuable members of the Community.
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In Victoria, the Women’s Division continues to raise funds for KH-UIA’s flagship project, Youth Futures. Established in 2006, this is a ground-breaking program that embraces the vision of providing a solution for youth at risk in Israel. Today, nearly 330,000 youth in Israel live in conditions that compromise their chance at a bright future. Youth Futures stepped into this void and quickly became a success story for children, families and communities.
The program’s goal is to instil the belief in each child that they possess distinctive strengths and abilities that can be harnessed to bring success. Through individually tailored initiatives, Youth Futures currently assists over 11,000 disadvantaged youth in 32 locations throughout Israel. Trained mentors provide these acutely disadvantaged youth with intensive individual care and community resources. 1 in 4 Israeli children live below the poverty line, at risk of marginalisation. Youth Futures gives them a chance to succeed.