Michael Sobell Foundation
The Michael Sobell Foundation awarded Humans Without Borders in 2012-2013 a grant of £2,500. The funds were used to create a forum “Mother’s Workshop” for the mothers of the very sick Palestinian children, to provide them with guidance and support in their day to day difficulties and in the loneliness they experience.
Channel NewsAsia Singapore
In January 2015, HWB were approached by a journalist working in Israel for “Channel NewsAsia Singapore”, an English-language Asian TV News channel. They were interested in doing a report on the activities of “Humans without Borders” within the scope of the continuing conflict and, in cooperation with the Shaarei Zedek Medical Center, the following dispatch was prepared: (http://www.channelnewsasia.
The report has already been broadcast to millions of viewers in south Asia and we all can be terribly proud of our modest activities and the outstanding work our volunteers are doing.
A special thanks to Daniella and Sabach for their sterling appearances in this production.
Berlson Prize from Ben-Gurion University
In July 2012 the Department of Middle East Studies at Ben-Gurion University awarded Humans without Borders the prestigious Berlson Prize in recognition of the outstanding efforts of its volunteers to develop a better understanding between Arabs and Jews. Gamila accepted the award of NIS 20,000 ($5,000) on behalf of HWB.
The Prelude Foundation donated €2,000 to Human without Borders. The funds are earmarked for special events for the benefit of the Palestinian children such as the picnic for children at Beit Jala in May 2012 and the an Eid-al Fitr celebration in August 2012.
British Shalom Salaam Trust
In August 2012, the British Shalom Salaam Trust (BSST) granted Humans without Borders £1,500 for children’s educational and leisure activities in 2013.This is their second contribution to HWB. In 2010 the BSST awarded Humans without Borders a grant of £5,000.
Peace and Justice Fund, UK
The Peace and Justice Fund UK, provided Humans with Borders with a grant of £1,000 in 2010 in support of humanitarian activities.