Thank You to Special Friends

HaShomer HaChadash is a rapidly growing non-profit organization. We could not continue to fulfill our mission without the investment of our generous Friends. We would like to give a special thanks to the Swartz, Harris, Gross and Moskowitz families for their incredible dedication and ongoing commitment to HaShomer HaChadash.


April 10th and 11th- Save the Date!

A few days before Passover, join HaShomer HaChadash and work the land side-by-side with young Israeli volunteers from all over the country.  Cook dinner outdoors, learn together from Jewish and Zionist texts and sing into the night around a campfire.


Passion and Promise at the JFNA General Assembly in Jerusalem

Yoel Zilberman, founder and CEO of HaShomer HaChadash, gave an impassioned presentation at the 82nd Annual General Assembly (GA) of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) recently held in Jerusalem.


A New Way of Life

Daniel Shwartz and Shir Ben David, both 22, served their country proudly in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Daniel was in an elite combat unit and Shir was a commander. Upon their discharge from the army, both were at a crossroads as to which path to take as they reentered civilian life.


HaShomer HaChadash Measurable Outcomes Report Shows Strong Impact and Results

In its first comprehensive Measurable Outcomes Report, HaShomer HaChadash clearly demonstrates its game changing impact. Through data-driven results, the organization shows its rapid progress and impact over the past few years, and its forward-thinking initiatives that are part of its powerful strategic plan.


JNF UK Youth Visit – A Collective “LIKE”

Seventeen teens from the UK’s Tribe Youth Movement won’t forget the unbelievable day they spent with HaShomer HaChadash as part of their JNF UK Day - volunteering at a vineyard in the desert, engaging with Israelis and sitting under the stars around an Israeli-style campfire.


From Social Start-Up to Change Agent

HaShomer HaChadash, started in 2007 by a few young men determined to protect the land and reinvent social activism, was a true “garage-style” social start-up. According to criteria set out in a groundbreakingstudy From First Fruits to Abundant Harvest: Maximizing the Potential of Innovative Jewish Start-ups (Bikkurim and Wellspring), the organization has left its start-up status and entered the “post start-up stage.”

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