|The Jewish orphanage in Berlin-Auguststrasse.
|The New Aliyah Party in Palestine/Israel
|Children and Youth Village in Palestine / Israel, founded by Siegfried Lehmann and dating back to the settlement 'Jüdisches Volksheim' Berlin-Scheunenviertel.
|Home for Jewish women who immigrated to Palestine
|Socialist Zionist German-Jewish youth movement.
|B'nai B'rith (U.O.B.B.)
|Jewish organization dedicated to the promotion of tolerance, humanity and welfare
|Central-Verein deutscher Staatsbürger jüdischen Glaubens
|Central Association of German Jews.
|Deutsche Zeitschrift für Wohlfahrtspflege
|German Journal of Social Welfare
|German Grammar School
|Zionist training for immigration to Palestine with emphasize on agriculture work
|The official Zionist workers union of the Jewish community in Palestine/Israel.
|National-Religious Party in Israel, today the Jewish Home Party.
|Socialist Zionist youth movement
|Hilfsverein der Juden in Deutschland
|Helping association of German Jews to improve the economic and cultural situation of Jews in Eastern Europe
|Hitachduth Oley Germania (H.O.G.)
|The Association of German immigrants in Palestine/Israel.
|Association of Israelite communities
|Jewish aid for the elderly
|Jewish children’s aid in Berlin-Auguststrasse.
|Jewish winter aid.
|Jüdische Wohlfahrtspflege und Sozialpolitik
|Journal of Jewish Welfare Work and Social Policy.
|The Jewish settlement founded by Siegfried Lehmann in Berlin-Scheunenviertel.
|Jugend- und Wohlfahrtsamt
|Youth and Welfare Office
|Youth Welfare Office
|German-Jewish socialist youth movement
|The Jewish labor workers party in Mandatory Palestine/Israel
|Meir-Shefya youth village
|A religious Zionist youth village in Palestine
|A religious Zionist movement in Palestine
|Mizrachi women’s movement
|A religious Zionist women’s movement.
|Palestine Office of the Zionist movement, that took care for Aliyah-candidates
|A well-known institution for training Kindergarten-teachers, including several children’s care institutions in Berlin-Schöneberg
|Reichsvertretung der deutschen Juden
|Representation of German Jews in the Germany
|Soroptimist International (SI)
|An international service club for women in responsible positions in professional life
|German social women’s school, later welfare schools and schools for social work
|Sozialpädagogisches Seminar Verein-Jugendheim Berlin-Charlottenburg
|The social pedagogical seminary of the ‘Verein-Jugendheim Berlin-Charlottenburg’, headed by Anna von Gierke
|The general council of the Jewish community in Mandatory Palestine/Israel
|Women's International Zionist Organization
|A Zionist project which helped youth to escape from Europe to Palestine during WWII
|Zentrale für private Fürsorge
|Welfare institution that emerged from the German Society for Ethical Culture, today 'German Central Institute for Social Issues' (DZI).
|Zentralwohlfahrtsstelle der Juden in Deutschland (ZWST)
|Central Welfare Bureau for Jews in Germany
|Zionistische Studentengruppe (ZIST)
|Zionist Student’s Organization in Germany
|Zionistische Vereinigung für Deutschland (ZVfD)
|Zionist Union in Germany, which published the ‘Jüdische Rundschau’
|Berliner Zionistische Vereinigung
|Berlin Zionist Association
|Centralbureau für Jüdische Auswanderungsangelegenheiten
|Central Bureau of Jewish Emigration Affairs of the 'Hilfsverein der Juden in Deutschland' (Berlin)
|Jewish paramilitary organization in British Mandate Palestine (1921–48), which became the core of the Israel Defense Forces
|Israeli child, family and welfare support organization.
|An organization for voluntary aid and civil service
|Israeli nursing support organization, foundet in 1958, spezialising in providing and developing services for the elderly and services in the field of welfare.
|German-Israeli community union
|Ahava Children and Youth Village
|Children and Youth Village in Kiryat Bialik, which was formerly an orphanage in Berlin-Auguststr. and moved to Israel in 1938.
|Soziale Frauenschule Genf
|Social women's school in Geneva, Switzerland, foundet in 1918.
|Political party in Mandatory Palestine and Israel, established by immigrants from Germany and Austria.
|Girl's elementary school of the Jewish community in Berlin-Auguststr, foundet in 1835
|Verein Jugendheim Charlottenburg
|Founded in 1894 and provided offers for the school-age worker's youth. Later, it hosted the 'Sozialpädagogische Seminar' founded by Anna von Gierke.
|The Communist Party of Germany (Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands).
|Deutsche Demokratische Partei (DDP)
|German Democratic Party
|Jüdischer Frauenbund (JFB)
|Jewish women's union
|German bureay of the Jewish Agency
|Organization, which promoted civic improvement projects in the city of Jerusalem. In particular, it worked with youth from so-called “Oriental” families, or those who had come to Israel from Arab countries. Founded by Eva Michaelis Stern in the early 1950s.
|NGO, National Association for the Habilitation of the Mentally Handicapped in Israel
|Brit Halutzim Dati'im
|Union of Religious Pioneers, a religious youth movement.
|National volunteer organization in Israel, providing health equipment and services
|Jewisch aid organization for the elderly
|Zionist women's organisation, founded by Henrietta Szold.
|American Joint Distribution Committee