Youth Aliyah Child Rescue

Youth Aliyah Child Rescue

Charity information

Youth Aliyah Child Rescue

Raising funds for children in Israel who have suffered lives of trauma, abuse, extreme poverty, and have been deemed "at risk" by the Israeli Ministry of Social Services

Founded 1933

  • Mission statement

    As a result of the recent waves of immigrants to Israel, there has been a huge increase in the number of children deemed "at risk" by Ministry of Social Services.
    Beset by poverty, unemployment, drug abuse and social alienation, these young people, if not taken in by our Youth Villages, will be living and sleeping on the streets.
    The children are brought into our 6 Youth Villages in Israel, home to over
    2,500 children, from around the world including former Soviet Union, and
    particularly Ethiopia.
    By taking the most desperate children off the streets, our villages provide a firm
    set of core principles and a sense of security about the future. They are offered
    educational and therapeutic programmes of the highest standards providing the
    opportunity to integrate into society from the despair of poverty and become
    outstanding individuals in their own right.

  • Aims

    Youth Aliyah Child Rescue aims to:

    • To ensure that at risk children are never turned away from our Youth Villages and are offered the opportunities in life to succeed to develop from victims to survivors, and from survivors to leaders.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1933

    Registered Charity Number: 1077913

    Full time staff: 3

    Part time staff: 1

    Phone number: 020 8371 1580

    Address: Trojan House 34 Arcadia Avenue London N3 2JU

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