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Priority Assistance to Southern Residents

Priority focused its donations on public mental health.

12.12.23|Tech On Duty in collaboration with Poalim Tech
Israeli software company Priority anticipated a challenge in mental health issues in the country. It donated 300,000 shekels to a mental health hospital, and its employees planted a therapeutic garden there.
Tomer-Kashi CEO, Ori-Blumenthal co-founder and CTO of the company

VOOM doubles employee donations and donates them to massacre victims' families

07.12.23|Tech On Duty in collaboration with Poalim Tech, Lior Avisar
While the company's CEO joined major advocacy efforts, and the CTO joined the reserve troops, the Israeli insurtech startup encouraged Israeli and US employees to donate money to help families affected by the massacre.
Autodesk team

The top priority for managers after October 7 is empathy and resilience

04.12.23|Tech On Duty in collaboration with Poalim Tech, Omri Aharon
Omri Aharon, senior engineering manager at Autodesk, discusses Autodesk's commitment to humanitarian aid in Israel and its commitment to its employees in the local office as a whole. As he puts it, "Empathy is the whole story"
Shiran Somach Melamdovsky Generative AI 4 good

The AI company used its technology to give a voice to abducted children through its "Be Their Voice" campaign

08.11.23|Tech On Duty in collaboration with Poalim Tech
The campaign, made by Generative AI for good, aims to secure the release of 241 Israeli abductees and includes a series of animated videos depicting the abductees. The video of the abducted brothers Naveh and Yahel Shoham, ages 3 and 8, reached global attention