Kol Zchut is an NGO, founded in 2010 and has received the Israel Tax exempt status (paragraph 46) in 2012.

Kol Zchut is committed to provide the public with information free of all charge, and therefore depends on doniations as its' souce of income.

Until May 2017, the vast majority of income was based on philantropic foundations and private donors (including the co-founder and director Amitay Korn, who donated both direct funds and in-kind contribution through his voluntary work).

As of June 2017, Kol Zchut operates as part of a governmental initiative, to which around 75% of the funding is given by the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Social Equality, and around 25% is raised from phlianthropic foundations and private donors.

Here is the breakdown of our income sources:

Type Income Sources Comments
Leading Funds
  • A leading philanthropic foundation (2012 - today)
  • The Ted Arison Family Foundation (2017 - today)
  • Frederick J Isaac Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund (2015 - today)
  • Gandyr Foundation (2012 - 2015)
  • Dalia and Eli Hurvitz Foundation (2017 - today)
  • New Israeli Fund (2010 - 2014)
  • Galileo Fund (2012 - 2015)
  • The Fellowship Fund (2012 - 2013)
Joint Ventures with the Israeli Government
Kol Zchut Founders Amitay & Smadar Korn (2010 - 2018) Portions of this in memory of Dr. Paula Noiman
Private Companies
  • Meitav-Dash LTD (2012 - 2017)
  • Bank Leumi (2017 - today)
  • Bank Hapoalim (2016 - today)
  • The First International Bank LTD (2013)
Private Individuals Private donors from Israel, USA and the UK
Crowd Funding Via on-line donations, Round-up Israel & Matan