Support us

The Batsheva Dance Company is a nonprofit organization and a third of its budget comes from donations. There are various ways for you to become partners in the company’s path, dream, and realization. Whether it is a small or large donation – each partnership makes it possible for us to keep exploring, creating, educating, and striving for excellent and uncompromising dancemaking.

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Support New Work

Be a part of the continuation of thought-provoking, boundary-pushing contemporary creation. Batsheva’s works are at the forefront of dancemaking in Israel and worldwide, and many of them are have entered the canon of international dance. Each season, Batsheva stages new dance works, holding over 250 performances before 100,000 viewers, in Israel and around the world.

Staging a new piece involves many hours of rehearsing in the studio, working with co-creators on the set, lighting, costume, and music design, as well as set, props, and costume production expenses. We invite you to take part and help secure the continuation of new groundbreaking dancemaking.

For details and to join, please write our Director of Development – Israel, Lilach Karni: [email protected]

Investing in the Future Generation

Ensure culture and dance education for all ages and throughout Israel. Batsheva is committed to bringing diverse populations closer to arts and culture in general, and to the art of dance in particular, with the belief that the existence of art is essential to the development of a better and more advanced society.

The company performs throughout Israel, often subsidizing the expenses involved in holding shows far from central Israel. Batsheva also places special emphasis on cultivating a young audience through Batsheva Ensemble’s morning performance project in schools, which has long been considered worldwide as a perfect model for dance and performance art education.

For further details and to join please write our Donor Relations Manager, Ella Geiger: [email protected]

Cultivating the Dancers’ Wellbeing

Cultivate tomorrow’s performing artists and choreographers. Batsheva is the largest dance company in Israel, and numbers about 40 Israeli and international dancers in two troupes: Batsheva Dance Company and Batsheva Ensemble. Batsheva dancers are an invaluable part of its success and the company works tirelessly to ensure their wellbeing in every aspect – wages and working conditions, physical and social wellbeing, offering them an enriching work environment, training them as teachers, and fostering them as performing artists and independent dancemakers. Thanks to Batsheva’s international reputation, every year dozens of dancers come from all over the world to attend workshops and courses, and to audition to Batsheva Ensemble.

For further details and to join please write our Donor Relations Manager, Ella Geiger: [email protected]

Our Supporters

Public Support

Private Support


Batsheva’s Home at the Suzanne Dellal Center

Dellal Family
Sokolovsky Family
Kenny Family and Eastronics – Studio Varda, in memory of Varda Kenny
The Dalia and Eli Hurvitz Foundation – Studio Dalia, in honor of Dalia Hurvitz
Preiss Family – Marcia’s Kitchen

Long Term Supporter and Friend


The Michael Sela Fund for Cultivation of Young Artists at Batsheva

Sara and Prof. Michael Sela (z”l) and friends from Israel and around the world


New Works Fund

Major Support: The Chleck Family Foundation, Boston

Anonymous, Israel
American Friends of Batsheva
Limor and Nathen Allalouf
Nehama and Jacob Burak
Tamar and Harel Beit On
Karin and Adi Blum
Ruth and Doron Blatt
Rona and Gidi Federmann
Dvori and Eitan Hoffman Lubitch
Daphna and Tomer Kariv
Irit and Micky Mor
Sigal Mordechai
Steeve Nassima, Nassima Landau Art Foundation
Tamar Yassur
Josephine and Zvi Ziv
Lilit and Shmulik Zysman


Special Support for the Batsheva Ensemble

Anonymous donation in honor of National YoungArts, USA
Anonymous, USA
Aharon Gutwirth Foundation
Azrieli Foundation, Israel
IBI Investment House


Dancers' Welfare and Salaries

Anonymous, USA
Noa and Asaf Danziger
The Jacob and Malka Goldfarb Charitable Foundation
Jonas Grandér with Family – Sweden
Oren Lukatz
Yasmin Lukatz
Dr. Lilly and Avner Naveh
M.E.H. Foundation – founded by Margot and Ernst Hamburger
Netta Segal
Pershing Square Foundation
Gilly and Elie Zilkha

Special Support for auditions for the Batsheva Ensemble

Marsha Segal, in loving memory of her late mother Jane Fogel of Palm Beach, Florida

Community Outreach and Education

Carmel Winery
Playtika Ltd.

Major General Support, Israel

Anonymous, Israel
Bank Leumi of Israel
Daphi and Gigi Levy-Weiss
Delta Galil Industries Ltd.
ION Asset Management
Rivka Saker
Reut and Guy Swersky
Joesphine and Zvi Ziv
Mira Zwilliger and Nathan Hevrony

Major General Support, USA

Ariel Amdur
Nurit and Rick Amdur
Jody and John Arnhold Foundation, New York
Debra Fine and Martin Schneider
Debra Goodman Davis and Gerald Davis
Jack Gindi
Perry and Marty Granoff
Yuval Hadadi and Mark Moskowitz
Sheila and Bill Lambert
Nathan Kirsh Foundation
Neri Oxman and Bill Ackman
Mary and Saul Sanders
Samuel H. Scripps Foundation
Robert de Rothschild

In-Kind Donations, Israel

BM Peled Technical Supply
Boutique Central
Carmel Winery
Dr. Avraham Bain, Dr. Daphna Paran, and Dr. Chaim Paran
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. Law Offices
Microsoft Israel
Petite Food
Sa’ar Plinner, Adv.

Israeli Friends of Batsheva

Over 260 families support the Company and its wide variety of projects.
The Friends Circle: Tamar Yasur, President
The Young Friends’ Circle:
Established by Daphi Levy-Weiss, Sigal Mordechai and Sharon Podrojski.

French Friends of Batsheva

Founder and President: Nathalie Mamane-Cohen
Pluriel Foundation for Contemporary Art

Australian Friends of Batsheva

Besen Family Foundation
Debbie Dadon
The Orion Foundation

Canadian Friends of Batsheva

Zita and Mark Bernstein Family Foundation
Morris and Rosalind Goodman Family Foundation

American Friends of Batsheva (AFB)

2023 Board of Directors
Nurit Amdur, President
Mary Sanders, Treasurer
Ella Baff
Gina Gibney
Deborah Goodman Davis
Yuval Hadadi
Saul Sanders
Dr. Andrew Shiva
Nathan Hevrony, Past President

AFB Advisory Council

Nikki Feirt Atkins
Susan Ennis
Naomi Grabel
Edna Harel
Sheila Lambert
Anat Lechner
Mark Moskowitz
Donna Rich
David Roll