• 1927 - The start of Israeli filmmaking: From 1927 onwards, KKL-JNF photographers and filmmakers to agricultural communities built on its land in order to document agricultural work in progress for educational and fundraising purposes. KKL-JNF films were among the first Israeli films produced, and they played a significant role in educating the diaspora on Eretz Yisrael.

 

  • 1990 - KKL-JNF hosts immigrant youth from the Soviet Union and Ethiopia in its summer camps: For many, this was their first encounter with Israeli-born youth, an important chapter in both their social absorption and direct contact with the homeland soil.

 

  • 2000 - The establishment of MAOF: MAOF” – the Hebrew word for 'flight' and 'vision' – is the acronym of KKL-JNF’s innovative environmental program aimed at assisting new immigrant students and youth from peripheral communities. This comprehensive educational outreach concept integrates and encourages the participation and involvement of educators, students, families and entire communities. Eighteen years later, it is a successful program that is implemented among immigrant students and youth around Israel