A Jerusalem zoo, Gal Gadot and Australian expats have galvanized to help.
From showstopping celebrities to tech disrupters, these are the Israelis who moved us in the 2010s.
Gal Lusky and her Israeli Flying Aid organization helps save lives after disasters.
Researchers are working in Nigeria to help curb the spread of a potentially deadly parasite. And it all starts with a tiny, bug-eyed crustacean.
Save a Child's Heart has provided life-saving treatments to more than 4,500 kids from 58 countries.
A new app ties your donations to your social media, your everyday purchases or whatever you choose.
These laureates may not be household names, but their contributions helped change the world.
David 'Dush' Barashi is offering more than smiles on his rounds at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.
Israeli teens travel from Rwanda to Uganda to set up Spirulina labs.
Michaela Bercu has gone from the cover of Vogue to connecting volunteers with worthy causes.
EarlySense device wirelessly monitors babies in their hospital cribs to track life-threatening issues.
Olympians, survivors, mavericks and clowns all made our 2018 list of the most inspirational people.
IsraAid gears up to help survivors following one of the deadliest fires in U.S. history, hoping to 'promote community resilience.'
On a shoestring budget, 100 clowns in Israel have jumped into action.
Orly Wahba has become the queen of nice at a time when the world needs her most.