•  Our Supporters

     

The Environmental initiatives of Clean Up Israel can not be possible without the support of our partners, supporters and sponsors.
We are constantly looking for partners who share our vision of a cleaner, greener Israel . Working together –  We can accomplish great results.

If your organization is interested in cooperating with Clean Up Israel, please contact us.

Clean up the World

Now in its 19th year, Clean Up the World, held in conjunction with the United Nations Environment Programme(UNEP), mobilises an estimated 35 million volunteers from 130 countries on the Clean Up Weekend annually, making it one of the largest community-based environmental campaigns in the world. The campaign brings together businesses, community groups, schools, governments and individuals in a range of activities and programs that positively improve local environments.

Letter of Support

United Nations Environment Programme

UNEP’s mission is ‘to provide leadership and encourage partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.’ Established in 1972, UNEP encourages sustainable development through sound environmental practices. UNEP is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, with major and regional offices in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

The role of DFAT is to advance the interests of Australia and Australians internationally. This involves working to strengthen Australia’s security; enhancing Australia’s prosperity; and helping Australian travellers and Australians overseas. DFAT works with other government agencies to ensure that Australia’s pursuit of its global, regional and bilateral interests is coordinated effectively.

Letter of Support

Australian Israel Cultural Exchange

AICE is an outward focused, inclusive body, advancing the exchange of culture between Australia and Israel as a means of encouraging art and artistic links. AICE aims to foster a spirit of greater tolerance and understanding of the unique cultures of these two ancient lands and to facilitate artistic co-operation, innovation and exposition between both countries.

Israel-Australia, New Zealand & Oceania Chamber of Commerce

The Israel-Australia, New-Zealand & Oceania Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is a unique bi-lateral Chamber of Commerce because of its strong Sister Chambers spread throughout Australia. The AICC has offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. It is recognised as Australia’s pre-eminent Chamber of Commerce and one of the country’s most prestigious and active non-partisan, cross cultural business networking organisations.

Letter of Support

Zionist Federation of Australia

The Zionist Federation of Australia is the federal roof body of all Zionist organisations and activity in Australia, responsible for developing, enriching and supporting a meaningful relationship between the Australian Jewish community and the State of Israel. Founded in Melbourne in 1927, the ZFA has grown to become one of the most active Zionist Federations across the globe and continues to be a relevant, active and central address for all Zionist activity throughout Australia.

Letter of Support

Maccabi Australia

Maccabi Australia exists to promote Jewish identity and continuity by connecting the Jewish community through sport. Maccabi is a worldwide organisation that represents Jewish sportsmen and women around the world. The Maccabi World Union (MWU) represents some 450,000 members in over 60 countries participating in just about all sporting codes. MWU has established a phenomenal track record of using organised sports as a passport to lifelong Jewish involvement.

Hakoah Club

Originally known as the Hakoah Football Club (later known as the Sydney Football Club), Hakoah was first formed by German and Austrian refugees keen to resume playing soccer in Australia.The Sydney Hakoah Club is one of a number of Jewish sporting clubs throughout the world, modeled on the original Hakoah Club that was formed in Vienna, Austria in 1909 for the promotion of sporting prowess amongst Jewish men.

The Great Synagogue Sydney

The Great Synagogue is widely regarded as the most beautiful Synagogue in Australia and one of the finest in the world. The Great Synagogue is one of the national treasures of Australia as well as being a vibrant congregation with activities throughout the week and a full range of services.

*South Head and District Synagogue*South Head Synagogue in Rose Bay, Sydney, Australia is a family-oriented shule with a dynamic Rabbi and Rebbetzin (Benzion and Henya Milecki) and a melodious Chazan (Yehoshua Niasoff) and choir. The Shule has also appointed an Assistant Rabbi, Dovid Sebban who with his wife Ruti and young family make a wonderful addition to the team of dedicated spiritual staff of the rapidly growing Kehilla.

The Central Synagogue

The Central Synagogue was established in Paddington in Sydney in 1913 and is now located in Bondi Junction, where it was rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1994. Today, the reborn synagogue stands as symbol of the Jewish spirit, perseverance and determination. Central is a vibrant place throughout the week, with people studying, and participating in a myriad of activities. The continuity and education of the congregation is also being achieved by inviting notable guests to speak on thought provoking topics and a host of contemporary social events.