Development of Antiquities sites
Developement of Antiquities and Historical Sites
Israel is the richest country in the world regarding archaeological sites. Unfortunately, national resources for restoration, preservation and development of archaeological sites are still very limited.
The Israeli Institute of Archaeology creates unique development plans for sites of both national and international interest which may be integrated in economic ventures as well. Adopting a site and presenting it as an attraction to the public is a unique opportunity for people wishing to commemorate relatives or loved ones. The Israeli Institute of Archaeology offers donors the opportunity to adopt the following monuments:
• Ancient synagogues, churches and tombs
• Biblical period masonry and public buildings
• Magnificent mosaics and Roman Empire period public buildings
• Ancient khans (inns)
• Archaeological public gardens
• Ancient industry installations including wine presses, olive presses, lime kilns etc.
Ways to donate:
Online donation – one-time gift or recurring donation by credit card
Offline donation – please fill out the attached form and send it to us
Commemoration – commemorate your loved ones through support – contact us
“The Fourth Sector” – synergy between business ventures and contribution to the community
In recent years we have witnessed the development of “The Fourth Sector” which represents joint ventures of non-profit organizations with socially responsible private entrepreneurship. The idea is based on an attempt to minimize non-profit organizations’ dependence on philanthropy and create projects that will ensure their stability over time while generating profit for partners from the entrepreneurial business sector.
- The Israeli Institute of Archaeology is recognized for contributions according to section 46.
In addition, the Institute is approved for receiving donations from the U.S.