Good Deeds Day

Good Deeds Day


Good Deeds Day is a wonderful boundary-breaking initiative. Since 2007, it has become a social, communal, and environmental celebration. Each year, more people join the project and choose to do something for a cause that speaks to their heart and to take part in a variety of positive activities. Its purpose is to enable a new point of view on life difficulties and how to turn disadvantages into advantages, and to create a space that joins people with and without disabilities. 




Good Deeds Day Activities Across the Country:


  • Costume carnival
  • Yoga session led by volunteer, Emily Shavit
  • Massages provided by blind people and those with limited vision 
  • Workshop on preparing healthy salads using only one hand or when blindfolded
  • Booths with information on living healthy lives
  • Highlight of the event: The visit of Minister Katz and the Mayor of Ashdod!


  • A Krava Maga session with people with and without disabilities attending together, led by volunteers
  • Inspiring presentation from Moran Samuel, Accessible Health Zone coordinator and Paralympian (Gold medal winner in Rio)

Migdal Haemek:

  • Booths with information on living healthy lives
  • Workshop on preparing healthy dinners with participants in involved in independent living