KKL-JNF: For a Sustainable Future for Israel

Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael-Jewish National Fund and its partners worldwide, together for more than a century; • developing the land for a sustainable future • supporting Zionist and environmental education • enhancing the bond between the Jewish people and their homeland • building connections with people who love Israel • responding to the country's changing needs with the comprehensive Israel 2040 plan to strengthen the Negev and the Galilee • preserving our natural and cultural heritage • cooperating with the UN on environmental issues for a viable tomorrow.

KKL-JNF ID

KKL-JNF ID

KKL-JNF  is Israel's largest green organization and the oldest green organization in the world.  KKL-JNF advances water management, forestry & environment, education & technology, community development & security, tourism & recreation, and R&D in Israel.

Our Leadership

Our Leadership

Since its foundation in 1901, KKL-JNF's world chairpersons - from Yona Krementzky through the triumvirate that led it during the Second World War - have come from various backgrounds and had vast experience.

Sustainable Development: Policy & Principles

Sustainable Development: Policy & Principles

KKL-JNF operates based on the principles of sustainability, as detailed in its policies and principals.

Jewish People Land

Jewish People Land

KKL-JNF was established in 1901 to purchase and redeem lands in Zion, and was appointed trustee and custodian of this land on behalf of the Jewish People, which they serve to this very day.

Covenant between KKL-JNF and the Israeli Government

Covenant between KKL-JNF and the Israeli Government

The Covenant between the State of Israel and Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael was signed in 1961, in order to regularize any duplication concerning land owning and managment.