About KKL-JNF

Since its establishment in 1901, KKL-JNF has been developing the land of Israel, strengthening the bond between the Jewish people and its homeland.

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Little girls planting a tree. KKL-JNF Photo Archive
Little girls planting a tree. KKL-JNF Photo Archive

KKL-JNF is dedicated to developing the land of Israel with a loving touch. With the help of our friends worldwide, we have been acting for 110 years.
 

KKL-JNF from Year to Year

KKL-JNF from Year to Year

Since its inception, KKL-JNF has responded to the ever-changing needs of the Jewish people and the land of Israel, remaining relevant in a rapidly evolving reality.

Our History

Planting in the Gilboa in 1960. Moshe Shriki

Since its establishment in 1901, KKL-JNF has served as trustee over the Jewish lands of Israel.

 

Our Leadership

Our Leadership

Since its foundation in 1901, KKL-JNF - from Yona Krementzky's term throughout the triumvirate that led it during the Second World War, our world chairmen have come from various backgrounds and had vast experience.

The Blue Box

Little girls with a blue box. KKL-JNF Photo Archive

For dozens of years, the Blue Box has served as a fund raiser in every Diaspora home and in every Jewish institution in Israel and abroad; a cherished, popular means to realize the Zionist vision of establishing a state for the Jewish people.

KKL-JNF Offices Worldwide

KKL-JNF Offices Worldwide

KKL-JNF has a wide network of offices spread throughout the globe, each one of them working to advance our principles of harmony between people and their environment.
 

KKL-JNF in Public Discourse

KKL-JNF in Public Discourse

KKL-JNF's work has directly influenced environmental policy and community development. KKL-JNF engages business and government leaders, and the general public, in dynamic public discourse on people and their environment.
 

KKL-JNF Photo Archive

KKL-JNF Photo Archive

KKL-JNF is well-known for its diverse work as the spearhead of Zionist action in Israel and the Diaspora for over a century. Less known is the additional, fascinating role it played in the renaissance of Hebrew culture, including its contribution to Israeli photography.

Contact Us


Little girls planting a tree. KKL-JNF Photo Archive

We at KKL-JNF welcome your interest in our projects and sites. You are invited to contact our offices in Israel and abroad.

 

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