TOM (Tikkun Olam Makers) seeks to develop a global community of makers, gathering volunteers from tech industries, designers, and engineers to develop technological innovations that address social needs. Through an online platform, the venture creates open-source technological knowledge for people around the world. The TOM process is inspired by the vision of a model society where the benefits of innovation and prosperity are shared, as well as by the 21st Century Tikkun Olam vision of Israel and the Jewish people making a significant and distinctly Jewish and Israeli contribution to the lives of a quarter of a billion people.
The Leapfrog Center was born after 13 years of Reut research and field work in various locations in Israel. The center provides consulting, training, and implementing of regional and urban development in Israel, and has worked with regional and national government, local authorities, communal institutions, and third-sector organizations. Its work is focused on social and economic development, vision-developing processes, social entrepreneurship, communal development, and strategic plans tailor-designed to meet the needs of each city and community.
A breakthrough in Arab society employment - Since 2014, Reut has been working on the Collective Impact Initiative as a part of our ISRAEL 15 vision which is based on the principle that the rate and quality of employment of Arab society in Israel is a necessary condition for Israel’s economic success. This project aims to gain a deeper understanding of the perspective of private sector employers from various management levels within companies in order to create effective models for providing equal and fair opportunities for the employment of Arabs. It has made broad gains in promoting the placement of Israeli Arab into the workforce The initiative utilizes the collective impact methodology, which brings together various stakeholders from all sectors to solve complex social problems at the national level, and was conducted in partnership with the Jewish National Fund, Sheatufim, and Matan.