investors and partners - MEET - Middle East Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow

MEET gratefully acknowledges the following 2018 donors for their generosity.

For our 2019 Certification of Proper Management, see here.

For our Article 46 Certification, see here.

Certificate of Good Standing - Boston, MA, USA.

Mifgash – Hinuch ve’Technologia le’maan HaMizrach Hatichon (MEET: Middle East Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow) (R.A.)’s Equivalency Determination certification is valid through December 31, 2019.

Donors listed alphabetically.

Contributors of $100,000+

United Israel Appeal of Canada Inc. / The Gerald Schwartz & Heather Reisman Foundation

Schusterman Family Foundation Israel

US Agency for International Development (USAID)

Daphi and Gigi Levy-Weiss

HSBC

Motorola Solutions Foundation

Rosalind Lee & Victor Ambros Fund

Sobell Foundation

Contributors of $50,000+

Izhar Armony & Noamit Armony-Erel
The Gottesman Fund
The Diane P. & Guilford Glazer Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles
Jewish Funders Network
Mercy Corps

Contributors of $20,000+

Adam Fisher

Ann and Andrew Tisch Fund

The Helen Bader Foundation

The Blaustein Foundation (Jacob and Hilda).

The Beverly Foundation

Ken Barnett

Threshold Foundation

The Lucie and Louis Weil-Bloch Foundation

Contributors of $10,000+

Aleksandra Korolova
Assaf Harlap
Benevity
Ed Roberts
Leviev Family Trust
Eclipse VC
Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds (Joseph and Harvey)
Moore Family Foundation (David and Katherine)
The Russell Berrie Foundation
Sam Lessin (Nadia S. Wharton Foundation)
Susan Gellen
Thom Bryant
Wael Salloum

Contributors of $5,000+

Adam Mosseri
Arthur Segel
Bank Leumi
Bertelsmann Foundation
David Levine
James Currier
Judi & Larry Bohn
Linda Levenson - Shatz Charitable Fund
Louise Silverstein
Marla and Gideon Stein
Raphaela Harlap
Wiesler Family Foundation
Winograd-Hutner Family Fund

Contributors of $2,000+

Bezeq Kehila
Charles Libicki
Gil Hirsch
Global Gateway Network
Herman Dana Trust
Megan Klimen
Motti and Ariela Kirshinbaum
Nechama & Yaakov Karpol-Borek
Patricia Gibbs
Robert Pindyck
Roi More
Yanki Margalit
Yotam Alroy

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 (Edmond J. Safra Campus)

HUJI provides facilities for MEET programming.
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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 dozens of computers to MEET’s Jerusalem and Nazareth hubs, 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 Moran Nir.

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