About the Northern Charitable Foundation

Empowering Girls Through Tennis

Serving Society by Helping People in Need

NCF partners with local established organizations to develop new programs in the areas of public health and even sports. The programs are diverse and aim to raise awareness for genetic cancer, Alzheimer’s, and provide support and resources for patients and their families.

Flagship Programs

In the field of public health, Northern Charitable’s flagship programs include Prevention GENEration, the Alzheimer Center, Aleh, and more.


Prevention GENEration Program ​

Prevention GENEration, established after Rosa Dembitzer’s bout with cancer, works with the Israel Cancer Association and the Israel Genetics Consortium to increase testing for breast and ovarian cancer.

Ezer Mizion

Several years ago, Alex Dembitzer and his family began to support Ezer MiZion, the largest independent not for profit in Israel, and have had the opportunity to help construct the ten story Ezer MiZion headquarters- “The Jacob Fried Building,” which is named for Alex’s Grandfather.

Alex and his family also actively sponsor and support a major Alzheimers’s program which is active in several locations throughout Israel, and named for Alex’s Grandmother- “The Ziporah Fried Center.”The Alzheimer Center aims to ease the difficulties faced by the families of Alzheimer’s patients, offering counseling to more than 3,000 families throughout Israel.

Alex and his family also enthusiastically sponsor the bone marrow donor registry, which is the largest bank of potential Jewish bone marrow donors, having accomplished over 3,664 life saving transplants, and are very proud to continue to be able to actively contribute to its growth and achievements.


Empowering Girls Through Tennis

In 2013, the Dembitzers started a new program through Northern Charitable: the High-Performance Girls Tennis Teams. Established in collaboration with the Israel Tennis Centers, the teams are made up of promising female tennis players throughout Israel between the ages of eight and seventeen. The program intends to address the lack of female players in competitive sports while building self-reliance, confidence, and leadership skills in the participants and their families. Like all Northern Charitable programs, these teams help their players not only with health and fitness but with their emotional and psychological needs.

Ten Kavod

Ten Kavod Program from United Hatzalah visits elderly Holocaust survivors all across Israel to ensure they are being taken care of and supervised medically and emotionally.