Round Up thanks its many partners and donors in the past and in the present for helping and supporting our vision, and joining us in building the largest circle of giving in Israel. Thank you for helping us turn the small change into tremendous change for charities and NGOs.
Max was the first company to join Round Up. Since 2009, it offers its customers to join round up. Max helps increase the number of rounders up by mailings to its customers, marketing campaigns, and activating a designated call center for recruiting customers to round up.
Isracard joined Round Up in 2010. It makes concerted efforts to connect its customers by marketing, mailings, and an annual campaign across the board for all of its service call centers that has turned into a traditional cooperative event among the participating members of Round Up.
Cal joined Round Up in 2016 and helps raise awareness to our donation mechanism among its customers by mailings, various campaigns, and has developed a simple, user-friendly registration interface.
The Pears Foundation has accompanied Round Up from its earliest days. From the outset, the Pears Foundation supported the Round Up concept and vision, and acted on promoting them. This longstanding support has contributed tremendously to the growth and development of Round Up, and we are grateful for the partnership and the confidence the Pears Foundation has placed in our programming and activity.
Since 2020, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has been partnering with Round Up. In the framework of our collaboration, the Weinberg Foundation provides grants for charities and NGOs that are members of Round Up, as well as direct support for Round Up. In addition, the Weinberg Foundation helps with funding for activity to expand the circle of giving, such as a campaign in the Arab sector and a recruitment campaign for donating to women in distress.
For many years, there has been a significant, productive partnership between Bank Hapoalim and Round Up. In recent years, this partnership has expanded together with Bank Hapoalim Center for Social Banking and generates innovative and impactful projects for the charities and NGOs that are members of Round Up and the social sector in Israel.