Why Give?

Where Inspiration meets Innovation - As Israel's youngest research university and its most pluralistic institution of higher education, the University of Haifa is represented by students from across the country: sons and daughters of both veteran cities and development towns, kibbutzim and moshavim, new immigrants, Jews, Arabs, Druze, IDF officers, and security personnel. They learn together in an atmosphere of coexistence, tolerance, and mutual respect.

A vital connection between the University and its many friends in the United States, ASUH strongly supports higher education for Israel's diverse population. In addition to funding scholarships and scientific research, ASUH is committed to helping the University strengthen its programs in public and community health, art-based therapies, social work, psychology, legal advocacy, and Persian Gulf studies.

ASUH is also helping the University fulfill its mission of social responsibility and the strengthening of Israel as a civil society. To ensure the continued excellence of academic, research, and community activities of the University of Haifa, ASUH, a 501(c) 3, not-for-profit organization, depends on its thousands of friends all across the United States who continue to make a huge difference.

Making it all happen is costly. Your gift is critically important, and all gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

For more information about the University's innovative programs and ways of supporting your special interests, please call Yefet Ozery, Executive Director, at 212-685-7880 ex. 24, or write us at yozery@asuh.org.


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Scholarships: Funding Talented Students

Scholarships help the University attract Israel’s top students and make an immediate difference in their lives. Scholarships drive success, making your contribution even more meaningful.

Dedicated, merit-based funds enable the University to recognize academic achievement. Need-based funding targets students with financial difficulties, such as new immigrants, soldiers, minority groups, and single parents, and affords them with an opportunity for higher education.