With your help, Friends of Hebron can continue to help support the
educational aspirations of students and their families in the Hebron region of the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Donating to this our appeals will help build new kindergartens and/or assist with the cost of teacher training, renovations and new equipment for existing pre-schools and/or help students from isolated and vulnerable villages attend high school.
Quick donations and payments
Friends of Hebron is not a registered charity so direct donations are not tax deductible. If this is not an issue for you please send your donation via EFT direct to our bank account:
BSB: 112879 Account no: 410312656,
Account name: Friends of Hebron
Please put your name as the payment reference and email your payment
details to email@example.com
Tax deductible donations for our projects can be made to via our partner organisation Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA.
Simply download the form and return it to the address..
Download: DONATE_LFoH_ APHEDA2015
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is a charity, fully accredited with the Australian Government’s overseas aid sector, AusAID, and a signatory to the Code of Conduct of the Australian Council for International Development. On behalf of Friends of Hebron, APHEDA administers donations and conducts field visits to monitor the kindergarten projects supported by our fundraisng and ensure our overseas partners are accountable for donations received.
Early childhood education facilities for Palestinian communities in Hebron and the surrounding region of the occupied West Bank are few and far between because of the restrictions imposed by Israel’s illegal military occupation. Where they do exist, they are often inadequate.
In previous years the Festival of Friendship has been our major fundraiser to support early education facilities for Palestinian communities in the South Hebron Hills. Since 2013 our Trivia Nights have also made an important contribution.
Since 2010, Friends of Hebron has supported the establishment of two preschools in vulnerable communities in the South Hebron Hills ( where kindergartens are few and far between) as well as the Shuhada Street Kindergarten in the city of Hebron. Our work will continue to help build or upgrade local kindergartens so that they could receive new students and provide a better education in a safe environment.