About Krembo Wings

About the movement


Wings of Krembo´ is a youth movement, a leader in social change, the first and only of its kind in the world, for children and youth with and without special needs. The movement has thousands of activists - children and youth, young people in the service year and students. The activists of the movement see the wings of Krembo as their youth movement and do not refer to its "volunteering".


Krembo Wings holds a social-educational, informal activity, once a week in the afternoon, in the model of individual tutoring - in a group setting. Most of the tutors are teenagers from general education. The joint activity contributes to increasing awareness of special populations and social accessibility, while addressing For their emotional and social needs and their integration into Israeli society of people with special needs.


מ Wings of Krembo´ absorbs children with disabilities (physical / cognitive / spatial / sensory / communication limitations) and addresses their social needs, with the aim of developing social skills, among themselves, and between themselves and their mentors.

The activities transferred in the movement deal with issues on the agenda of Israeli society and universal society, and in addition, activities of contribution to the community take place in the places where the movement's branches operate.


Krembo Wings is committed to the full accessibility of its activities: an accessible activity place, transportation of campers from their home to the activity area and back, in transportation adapted for the disabled, transportation is supervised and accompanied by an activist of the movement, in every activity. , In each of the movement's branches.


  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019

8 branches

273 members

Branches opened this year

Hod Hasharon

February 2002

Beer Sheva

January 2005

Kochav Yair

May 2006

Kiryat Shmona

February 2007


July 2007


February 2008


March 2008


February 2008

Board members

Board of Directors

Nir Bronstein

Chairman of the Board

Nir has been involved for over a decade in extensive activities in the field of community contribution, with an emphasis on the activities of children with special needs. Nir is a director in several public and private companies in Israel and abroad and active in mergers and acquisitions. Poalim Capital Markets and chairman of its subsidiary Poalim Securities in the United States, previously served as president and CEO of Tamir Fishman Investment Management. Nir is a graduate of the board of directors of the London Business School.

Chen Shane

Board of Directors and Chairman of the Finance Committee

Chen Shein, accountant, senior partner at Ernst & Young Israel (Kost, Forer, Gabay and Kassirer) since 1991. Member of the board of directors of the firm and responsible for real estate and non-profits. Has extensive experience in handling non-profits, including Tel Aviv University, the Weizmann Institute, Perach, the Philharmonic Orchestra, and more. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and accounting and a master's degree in finance from Tel Aviv University.

Claudia Kobe

Founding mother and Board Member

From 1996 until today, the owner of the True Design design and branding company is the mother of Kfir Kobi, the first trainee and inspiration for the movement. Chairman of the Steering Committee and responsible on behalf of the Board of Directors for the field of special needs in the movement and developing a mentoring method as a mediator, graduate of the Department of Visual Communication, with a degree, B.Des "Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem"

Avi Nissan

Board Member

An accountant holding a bachelor's degree in business administration. Avi is the owner of the accounting firm "Avi Nissan - CPA". Married with three children and lives in Tel Aviv.

Ika Abarbanel

Board Member

Expert in the field of integration management. Former member of the board of directors of Teva, Chief Integration Director and senior vice president of human resources and co-chairman of JV-PGT between Teva and Procter & Gamble. Served as Deputy CEO of Bezeq and as Senior VP of Operations and Customer Service at Pelephone. He served in the IDF for 25 years and retired with the rank of brigadier general. He holds a bachelor's and master's degree in political science and is a graduate of the National Security College.

Nurit Berman

Board Member

Manages a position group that deals with human resource strategies. In her professional training, Nurit Berman is a social worker.

Tamir Dagan

Board Member

He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and statistics (BA), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a master's degree in business administration (MA), Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva.