Corporate social responsibility

At Eshet Incentives and Conferences we seize the opportunity to make a difference through support. We believe that giving back to the community is an eternal part of a healthy society. 

Eshet Incentives and Conferences supports a few organizations, both locally and internationally. 


Leket Israel, the National Food Bank, is the leading food rescue organization in Israel. Unique among all other organizations that serve the poor in Israel and food banks worldwide, Leket Israel’s sole focus is rescuing healthy, surplus food and delivering it to those in need through partner nonprofit organizations.

For more information on LEKET  please visit

Sagapo Children’s Foundation

Sagapo Children’s Foundation is a humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential through education. Sagapo commits in creating awareness to transform lives and restore hope. By educating the children of today, we envision positive change in current communities, and encourage the passing on of their knowledge to future generations.

For more information on Sagapo, please visit  


Latet is the largest NGO combating poverty and food insecurity in Israel. Acting as an umbrella organization for 180 local associations, Latet operates the leading national food bank and runs impactful aid programs, providing monthly assistance to 60,000 families and 1,000 Holocaust survivors.


For more information on Latet, please visit


Moona is a nationwide technological social initiative focused on promoting the integration of underprivileged populations into high-tech employment. Our network of technological innovation centers provides the knowledge, education, experience, and practical tools needed for a smoother transition into the Israeli high-tech world. We offer a range of educational programs, including workshops and activities for children and youth starting at age 13, as well as industrial training courses for adults seeking to enhance their skills in engineering and find meaningful employment.

For more information on Latet, please visit

Ach Gadol

Ach Gadol, meaning “older brother” in Hebrew, operates through a network of over 500 volunteers who, having been lone soldiers themselves, offer personal care and a sense of family to lone soldiers serving in the IDF. This mentorship model, rooted in a shared sense of belonging and responsibility, guides young soldiers through their service and transition to civilian life, fostering integration into Israeli society. By providing social-family support, Ach Gadol enriches the soldier’s experience, leading to more socially conscious an accomplished citizens.

For more information on Latet, please visit