our investors

MEET gratefully acknowledges the following 2016 donors for their generosity.

Donors listed alphabetically.

Contributors of $100,000+

James Packer

US Agency for International
Development (USAID)

Contributors of $50,000+

Gottesman Fund
Righteous Persons Foundation
Sobell Foundation

Contributors of $20,000+

An Anonymous Foundation

Andrew and Ann Tisch Foundation

Izhar Armony

Bertelsmann Foundation

James Currier

Hebrew University of Jerusalem**

Lynn Holstein and Stef Wertheimer**

Jacob and Hilda Blaustein
Foundation

Sam Lessin

Mercy Corps

MIT International Science and
Technology Initiatives (MISTI)

Weil-Bloch Foundation

**In-kind support

Contributors of $10,000+

Lord David Alliance

Victor Ambros

Rachel & Yuval Binur

Asaf Danziger

Assaf Harlap

Embassy of Finland

Adam Fisher

Eva Kedar

Aleksandra Korlova

Daphi and Gigi Levy-Weiss

Austin Ligon

Meyerhoff Foundation

David and Katherine Moore Family
Foundation

Einat and Yossi Reich

Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts

Jennifer Herman and Jonathan
Segal

Lior Susan

Contributors of $5,000+

Muki Aharoni

Judi & Larry Bohn

Gordon Burnes

Colmobil Corporation

Emile Bendit Foundation

Naomi Gleit

Raphaela Harlap

Herman Dana Trust

Jewish Community Federation of
San Francisco

Nechama & Yaakov Karpol-Borek

Lev Leviev

Terry Newman

Robert Pindyck

Ed Roberts

Wael Salloum

Orit Samuel

Arthur Segel

Winograd-Hutner Family Fund

Contributors of $2,000+

Larry Albin

Eli Alroy

Nissim Bar-El

Zohar Gilon

Eyal Gura

Ron Gura

Gil Hirsch

Ituran Location & Control, Ltd.

Mike Zac

Gadi Kenny

Ariela and Motti Kirshinbaum

Leon Koffler

Charles Libicki

Avram Miller

Ido Segev

Moshe Shekel

Nina Elizabeth Nilssin Fund

Louise Silverstein

Amy and Andrew Thornborrow

Zvi Ziv

Please see a full list of 2015 donors in our Impact report 2015

our partners

we are proud to partner with world-class leaders in education, technology and social innovation.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Since 2004, MIT has been a key founding partner in critical ways, providing MEET with access to volunteer instructors, a pool of international mentors who assist in drafting and updating our educational curriculum, and direct funding.
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USAID

USAID supports hundreds of students and alumni at MEET. This is made possible with the generous support of the American people.
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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Giva’at Ram Campus)

HUJI provides a space for MEET’s summer programs and annual conferences.
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Google

Google is MEET’s flagship corporate partner, providing mentors from its Tel Aviv and international offices as well as access to its Bootcamp Program, event space and digital device library. MEET received Google RISE grant awards in 2013, 2014, and 2015.
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HP-Indigo

HP-Indigo has donated over 40 computers to MEET’s Jerusalem and Nazareth hubs (20 each), and has participated as a project partner in a student business competition.
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Nazareth Industrial Park

Mr. Stef Wertheimer has generously donated a space for MEET’s second technology and entrepreneurship hub at the new industrial park in Nazareth.
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The Zell Entrepreneurship Program at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliy

Zell provides curricular guidance and mentorship, as well as guest teachers for MEET's entrepreneurship classes including Zell Executive Director Liat Aaronson.
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