If you are considering volunteer work in Israel, please take into account that the circumstances in Israel are very different to that in other countries. The complex political situation, the summer weather, and various cultural differences may present challenge to foreign volunteers. Yet, they also make for an incredible experience. The most important thing is to come with an open mind and a positive attitude.
Interested in becoming a volunteer for ADI in Israel? You can let us know by filling out the Online Application Form, together with the other required documents/forms listed under “What does ADI need in order to process my application?“. In most cases, you will be contacted by e-mail several times during the screening process, and a phone / Zoom interview will be arranged with the volunteer coordinator prior to approval.
We recommend that you wait to book your ticket until after receiving official approval from ADI. Once your journey is booked, we would like to receive a scan of your ticket.
For most countries ADI can arrange for a volunteer visa (with a maximum of 1 year and a possible extension of one more year). This might take some time so please take that into consideration when you make your plans.
PLEASE NOTE: As per the instructions of the Ministry of Interior, we currently are only able to process volunteer applications of candidates with citizenships in the European Union, the UK, United States, Canada and Oceania.