One Team Programs

Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem has developed two One Team programs that include working with children in need.

About the program:

Hapoel 'Bank Yahav' Jerusalem has developed two One Team programs that focus on working with under-privileged children.

The first program, 'Kiryt Menachem', was developed jointly with Bank Yahav, Hapoel Jerusalem's main sponsor, for teenagers from poor families within Kiryt Menachem. Special emphasis is placed on attracting teenagers of Ethiopians descent and working to maximize their commitment. The program's main goal is to establish a basketball framework for these disadvantaged teenagers and to teach key values such as personal responsibility and self-discipline.

The second One Team program is called “Seligsberg” and is also developed jointly with Bank Yahav. “Seligsberg” is a school in Jerusalem where about 500 students study. This program is for girl's youth only and its main goal is to promote women sport. We aim to develop young leadership and build a high self-esteem among the girls who take part in the team. This program is also special, because the request to open the team was an initiative on behalf of a few girls, who took upon themselves to recruit the other girls, and to build a team with us.

About One Team:

One Team, Euroleague Basketball's corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme, supported by Turkish Airlines as the One Team Founding Patron and with the collaboration of Special Olympics as Proud Partner, uses basketball to achieve real social impact in our communities. With an innovative model of interconnectedness across an entire continent, Euroleague Basketball and its clubs have developed a complete CSR program that brings together activities from each team in an integrated, impactful way, working under the theme of "community integration". Each participating club develops a specific One Team project tailored to its own community needs to benefit groups in danger of exclusion due to problems such as substance abuse and gender, physical or intellectual disability. Since its founding in 2012, the One Team programme has reached already directly and indirectly 12000 participants through its various team projects.

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