What is the AACI?
The AACI, which stands for Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel, is a volunteer, non-profit organization founded in 1951 that provides a support system in many different ways to new and not so new English-speaking olim all over Israel. Among other things, we provide:
- Professional counseling on Aliyah and Klitah (absorption)
- Employment Resource Center
- Kosher and Friendly Travel in Israel and Abroad
- Exercise, Mahjong, Bridge, etc.
- Mommy and Me groups for music and stories
- Emergency and small business loans
- Support groups
- Advice Sessions: tax, banking, translation and more
- Legal consultations
- Retired Active Persons on Wednesday mornings
- Variety of classes and courses on a myriad of topics
- Blood bank privileges for Jerusalem branch
- English-language libraries for adults, children and visually-impaired or homebound
- Senior Outreach
- Shira Pransky Project which makes medical information available in English
- A wide range of social and cultural programs around the country
- Services offered in Haifa, Netanya, Tel Aviv, Beersheva and Jerusalem
Read more about the AACI here.
About the AACI blog
There is so much going on at the AACI that it’s a challenge getting all the information to people on a regular basis. Our blog helps us with that. Also, through our blog, we will give you a different perspective of the AACI and the people involved with the organization.
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AACI is the home for English Speakers in Israel with offices in Jerusalem, Netanya, Tel Aviv, Beer Sheva and Haifa.
AACI Jerusalem – Dr. Max and Gianna Glassman Family Center Pierre Koenig 37, corner of Poalei Tzedek 2 (across from Hadar Mall) Talpiot, Jerusalem
Buses # 10, 21 & 49 stop on Pierre Koenig across from AACI; 71, 72, 74 & 75 stop at Tzomet Habankim, a 10-minute walk away.
(02) 566-1181 for more information about any programs or to register.