Mechinat Rabin came to be on the basis of a commitment to the Israeli society, commitment to a solidary and liberal society that integrates the culture of the Jewish people as a part of a Jewish-Israeli lifestyle. For the past 23 years, we have been working to promote and inspire active and caring young people who take the commitment to Israeli society as a life mission. As part of this commitment we work with the mentality that anyone who wants to take part in the Mechina can do so, regardless of socioeconomic situations or other various difficulties.
Now, we seek to take the commitment one step further and include people who are psychically disabled into the learning and experience of Mechina. For this purpose, we are planning a new branch in Kibbutz Mizra, a branch where public and living areas will be accessible to all. Those who use a wheelchair, have difficulty seeing, or face other accessibility issues will be able to join us.
We call on you to join us, take responsibility, and make the Mechina accessible as part of our growing commitment to Israel society.