Both locals and tourists visiting the country are often interested in volunteering in Israel. Israel is a diverse country with plenty of non-profit organizations, charities as well as environmental, political and religious organizations offering many volunteering opportunities. Finding meaningful volunteer work in Israel is one of the best ways to gain insight and make connections to both the land and the people. From working on a kibbutz, to wildlife conservation or working with at-risk children or marginalized communities, there is always ways to help and contribute time through volunteering efforts. In Hebrew, the term “Tikkun Olam” means to repair the world, and is a vital part of Jewish life which can be seen across the country, as locals often find time to volunteer or make donations to those in need. Working together for the common good is an essential part of volunteering in Israel, and encourages meaningful connections and deeper awareness. Here are some volunteering in Israel ideas or resources for a relevant and worthwhile experience.