Donate to beit harav kook

The place where the Chief Rabbi of Israel Avraham Yitzchak Hacohen Kook TZ"L lived between the years 1923-1935.
Physically, the house is on the second floor of the 'Beit David' neighborhood established in 1873 by the donor David Reiss.
The house of Rav Kook wasn't only his personal home,...

The place where the Chief Rabbi of Israel Avraham Yitzchak Hacohen Kook TZ"L lived between the years 1923-1935.
Physically, the house is on the second floor of the 'Beit David' neighborhood established in 1873 by the donor David Reiss.
The house of Rav Kook wasn't only his personal home, but a public place for all visitors. Including non-religious, the por, the rich and even those who were not jewish-all could come to visit and meet with Rav Kook as well.
The house includes the family's sleeping quarters, the kitchen, the Rav's office, the reception room, the library and the Yeshiva that started here-'The Central Universal Yeshiva'- now known as 'Yeshivat Merkaz Harav'.

Today the house is preserved for visitors to enjoy a tour through the reception room, to see the Rav's room
and the 'Beit Midrash'. During the visit one can learn about the Rav's character, his ideals and many involvements.
In the tour one can see the carpet that the Rav got as a gift from Boris Shatz, founder of The Bezalel Art School in Jerusalem, a chair he got from King George V of England, 2 Torah scrolls saved from The 1929 Massacres in Hebron and more.
"Beit Harav Kook" serves as a meeting place with meaningful classes that clarify The Rav's world view and Teachings for our generation.

Show less

Secured donation page

Secure Donation Form - PCI compliant, the international security standard providing the most stringent protection of your credit information.

Pci
  • Choose donation amount

  • Contact information

    You are about to make a donation in CAD that will be recognized for tax purposes in Canada. If you want a tax-deductible receipt in a different country, please scroll up and select the currency used in the country in which you would like to receive tax deductibility.
    All donations will be made payable to "Ne'eman Foundation Canada" and will carry a recommendation for the funds to be used as you have specified.