The Maccabi Haifa Hunter, Willy Workman and Amit Alon visited the Reali elementary school in Tel Aviv this morning, as part of the group’s community activities, and the players came to the school to meet with the students, held games and distributed signatures. The players were greeted warmly by the excited students. Amit Alon (18)
Community - Maccabi Haifa Basketball Club
Maccabi Haifa Basketball club gives back to the community on two levels:
Haifa Hoops for Kids
Haifa Hoops for Kids is a joint initiative of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ and the Maccabi Hunter Haifa professional basketball team, that offers companies, individuals, and organizations the chance to send underprivileged youth throughout northern Israel to experience a Night of Fun at a Maccabi Hunter Haifa game.
Since 2008, Maccabi Hunter Haifa has hosted over 37,000 children in need at its home games, whom otherwise could not afford the opportunity to attend a professional basketball game.
Both Maccabi Hunter Haifa and its players understand the great importance in keeping in contact with these children as they visit them at their respective institutions, in their natural environment throughout the season.
“All a child needs is one adult to believe in him/her…” (Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach)
In addition to Haifa Hoops for Kids program, Maccabi Haifa players participate at least once a week, in organized group activities at schools and high schools in Haifa and the North.
Players teach important values such as teamwork, leadership, cooperation, reliability, motivation and helping others through basketball.
For Donations: Community Activities Department, Maccabi Haifa 077-2008777
Gal Pondik and Arik Kibler, two students of the Leo Baeck youth brigade, arrived Thursday morning at the home hall in Romema to watch the team’s training and meet with Maccabi Haifa players. Gal and Arik, came as part of the “Dreams Come True” project, accompanied by Bill Miller, the project coordinator. The two happy
As part of the tradition of visiting Hanukah at the Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital at Haifa Rambam, Maccabi Haifa and ‘Kalil’ visited the hospitalized children and their families. All the staff members came to support and strengthen with the coaching team and the club’s CMO, Ben Levy, and joined the employees of ‘Kalil’, headed by
Maccabi will take off to Sacramento tomorrow for the practice game against the Kings Maccabi Haifa is finishing its first and most busy week in Miami, the annual gaming tour in the US. A week of hard team training, five community activities in schools, community centers and various frameworks within the flagship project of the
Maccabi Haifa today held its annual charity game against St. Thomas University in Miami, USA, with 1,000 fans, children and families. Each year, the proceeds from the game will be dedicated to the community program of named ‘Haifa-Hopps’ , a joint venture of the Maccabi Haifa basketball team and the Jewish Communities Association, in Metrowest,
Maccabi ‘Hunter’ Haifa landed in Miami, Florida on Friday for the NBA Tour. 3 players will strengthen the staff. The full schedule of games, the Team’s annual NBA Games: The first game will be held at Sacramento Kings at Golden One Center on Monday, 08.10 at 19:00 local time (Tuesday, 09.10 at 05:00). The second
A moment before the team embarked on a tour of the US, the Maccabi Haifa basketball club held a season opening event for the fans of the team at the Romema arena. The event was attended by all members of the club, the full cast, the Green Youth Department, several hundred fans and families. In
Maccabi Haifa today held a showcase event for the public in cooperation with the Haifa Absorption Authority. Dozens of older adults and families arrived to the Bat Galim basketball court this afternoon to take part in the event. The team played a game against the new immigrant team, photographed with the guests and distributed from
The day after the beginning of the next school year is good for us, it’s time to say thank you! Thanks to the lovely children, thank you for the right to cooperate and contribute, and thank you for the privilege of delighting children and youth throughout the country. The 2017/18 season was full of activities
In a season in which wins were hard to come by on the court, Maccabi Hunter Haifa were winners off the court — staying true to their core mission of giving back to the Haifa community. The 2017-18 season was full of activities that positively impacted underprivileged and special needs children from Haifa and the
Maccabi Hunter Haifa joined in on positively impacting youth for Good Deeds Day on Tuesday. Maccabi’s Trevor Gaskins and Tal Aviram visited the Ahava Village for Children and Youth located in Kfar Bialik to meet with the students from the boarding school. The Ahava Village for Children and Youth has been providing services to children and at-risk
Loud cheers could be heard throughout Romema in last Monday’s game prior to tipoff. The standing ovation was well-deserved as Elia Ben Hamo, a five-year-old who is battling cancer, was presented with the honorary game ball. A Maccabi Haifa fan from Rosh Hanikra, Elia was diagnosed with Lymphoma last November. His parents, Nissan and Moran, describe Elia as a brave
Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s Willy Workman and Dagan Yivzori visited the Ariel School in Tirat Carmel on Monday morning to meet with students from the Fidel Association. Fidel (Alphabet in Amharic), Association for Education and Social Integration of Ethiopian Jews in Israel, was established by Ethiopian and native Israelis in 1997 in order to provide a
Two days after the Greens’ victory over Ironi Nahariya, Maccabi’s Roi Huber and Brandon Bowman took time out on Tuesday morning to visit The Genigar School for Special Education, located in Haifa, as part of the club’s Haifa Hoops for Kids community program. The Genigar School currently educates 127 students between the ages of 6-21. The school
On Wednesday afternoon, Maccabi Hunter Haifa visited the Hoshaya settlement at the town’s new arena to run an open clinic for children as part of Toto-Winner’s “Toto for the Sports in Israel”. Each of the Green players divided the children into different stations to run basketball basics such as dribbling, passing, correcting shots, boxing out and
Maccabi Hunter Haifa took advantage of the holiday Tu Bishvat on Wednesday morning by paying a visit to the “Regavim” Special Education school in Haifa as part of the club’s Haifa Hoops for Kids program. Students from all over the north with special needs, ages 12-21, study at the “Regavim” Special Education school located in Haifa. ceremony
Maccabi Hunter Haifa players, Zach Graham and Gal Baruch, took time out on Thursday morning to visit Ibn Gabirol Special Education School in Haifa. The Ibn Gabirol School is a special education school for middle and high school children. The Greens had an opportunity to speak with the students and gave them some basketball tips in
On Wednesday morning (Dec. 20), Maccabi Hunter Haifa players, Brandon Bowman and Roi Huber, made an appearance at the Kadima Integrative School in Kiryat Bialik — an elementary school, which seeks to integrate regular education students with children with special needs. The special needs students, many of whom have been diagnosed with autism, are quite
As part of the Green’s annual visit to the Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital in Haifa, Maccabi Hunter Haifa and Klil brought holiday cheer to young patients and their families to celebrate Hanukkah. Head Coach, Offer Rahimi, was joined by team captain Oz Blayzer, Dagan Yivzori, Guni Israeli and Luke Martinez as well as Klil staff
Luke Martinez, Daniel Koperberg and Gal Baruch, visited Rabin School at Nesher, as part of Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s community activity. Check out the photos from the event:
Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s Dagan Yivzori and Tomer Asayag made a visit yesterday (Wednesday) to the “Shema House” in the Hadar neighborhood in Haifa. The “Shema House” in Haifa — established in 1984 — is an educational and therapy center for children who are hard of hearing and deaf in the Haifa district. The center helps
This afternoon (Wednesday), 15 youth from Hashalom After-School Program in Migdal Ha’Emek came to visit Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s practice at Romema Arena. The Hashalom After-School Program is a warm home for first to sixth-grade children, who come from unprivileged families from Migdal Ha’Emek, and work daily after school, until the late evening. During their time
Maccabi Hunter Haifa started off a busy Sunday by holding a charity basketball clinic for 3rd-7th graders at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center — sponsored by Complete SET — a full service sports entertainment firm that works with multinational brands, athlete entertainers, and accredited investors. Hometown hero, Angel Rodriguez, along with fellow teammates Daniel Koperberg, Netanel
Three Maccabi Hunter Haifa players, Oz Blayzer, Kevinn Pinkney and Gal Baruch, visited the Offer special education school in Haifa on Wednesday morning. The players ran a clinic with students from all ages. Offer school is a home to 80 autistic children between the ages of 13-21, who come to the school with special transportation
As part of Maccabi Hunter Haifa community activity, 80 kids from Isfya basketball club, came to visit the Greens at Romema. Watch part of the activity, as streamed LIVE on the Greens Facebook page:
Maccabi Hunter Haifa visited Tur’an today, as part of the BSL and Mifal HaPayis community program. “It’s always fun to come to these community activities. They help a lot to integrate Israeli Arabs — not only to sports,”Team captain, Oz Blayzer said. “They are great hosts and it’s impossible not to enjoy it. It was a
Oz Blayzer, John DiBartolomeo, Netanel Artzi and Willy Workman visited as The Smurfs to Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital at Haifa today. ““We visited the hospital as Smurfs. I was Papa Smurf and walked through the different departments to celebrate Purim with the children here at Rambam,” Blayzer said. “We gave them special Maccabi Haifa t-shirts for Purim,