As Israel celebrates sixty years of independence, many in its peripheral
communities still struggle to escape the cycle of hardship and
despair. Until this reality is reversed, Israel will continue to be afflicted
by severe income inequality. Empowering youth in disadvantaged
regions as future business leaders committed to their community can
transform Israel’s future. That’s what Unistream is all about. Educating
Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, Unistream’s flagship program, is a
three-year educational endeavor that utilizes the venue of business
development to empower heterogeneous groups of outstanding
Israeli youth, countrywide. The program’s three pillars are: leadership
development, acquiring business skills and community involvement.
The essence of this process is put into practice as participants
develop and operate their own business and social ventures.
Rony Zarom grew up in a financially challenged community; today
he’s a leading hi-tech entrepreneur. In 2001, Mr. Zarom translated his
vision to impact Israeli society into action he established Unistream.
Funded by Mr. Zarom, municipalities, foundations, federations,
businesses and friends, Unistream programs are run by professional
staff and volunteer Unistream Friends Forum members.
Partnership is the magic word at Unistream. Partners include: 350
Businesses whose founders, CEOs and VPs are members of the
Unistream Friends Forum, 80 donors, 450 Unistream participants,
alumni, staff and board members. Unistream’s excellence has won
international acknowledgement by Schwab Foundation, Globes
newspaper and the British Embassy in Israel.
Unistream (NGO) has tax-exempt status in the U.S.A. and Israel.
Together we can make dreams of success come true in Israel’s