This table was prepared using the latest publicly available documents, which were retrieved from Guidestar.org.il, the Israeli Registrar of Non-Profits, or on the NGO’s website.

Due to a lack of transparency in and discrepancies between reports by governments and NGOs, this table is incomplete and the numbers are approximate.

In some instances, the amount of government funding cannot be determined because the NGO does not file the necessary reports with the Israeli Registrar of Non-Profits.

NGO Direct government funding Indirect government funding Total government donations (in NIS) Percentage of total donations
Adalah EU; Switzerland; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Netherlands (via Oxfam Novib) Non-transparent  
Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) Germany; Spain; EU; Netherlands; Norway; UK; Netherlands; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Sweden (via Diakonia); Netherlands (via Kerk in Actie) 1,480,469 (in 2009) 53%
Agenda EU   Non-transparent  
Alternative Information Center (AIC)   Sweden (via Diakonia); Netherlands (via ICCO); UK (via Christian Aid); Catalan (via Sodepau); Spanish (via Mundubat); Belgium (via Solidarite Socialiste) 1,701,935 (2009) 76.8%
Bimkom UK; Spain; Ireland; EU; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Netherlands (via Oxfam Novib) 1,305,675 (2009) 44.3%
Breaking the Silence Spain; EU; UK; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Netherlands (via ICCO); Sweden (via Diakonia); Ireland (via Trocaire); Denmark (via Dan Church Aid); UK (via Christian Aid) 1,983,472 (2010) 76.3%
B’Tselem Switzerland; Denmark; EU; Netherlands; Norway; Spain; UK; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Netherlands (via ICCO; Oxfam Novib); Sweden (via Diakonia); Denmark (via Dan Church Aid); Ireland (via Tocaire); UK (via Christian Aid); Germany (via EED) 5,388,869 (2009) 62%
Coalition of Women for Peace Switzerland; Netherlands; Germany Germany (via Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung); Netherlands (via ICCO) Non-transparent  
Galilee Society EU   381,920 (2009) 25.1%
Gisha Ireland; Netherlands; Norway, UK; EU; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Ireland (via Trocaire) 1,430,747 (2010) 47.3%
HaMoked Canada; Spain; EU; Finland; France; Norway; Netherlands; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Germany (via E.E.D.); Netherlands (via Oxfam Novib); Sweden (via Diakonia); Ireland (via Trocaire) 4,359,792 (2009) 65%
Ir Amim EU; Norway; Sweden; UK; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Netherlands (via Oxfam Novib) 2,771,001 (2009) 73.9%
Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD) Spain; EU; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland     Non-transparent
Ma’an Forum EU, USA   Non-transparent  
Machsom Watch EU   Non-transparent  
Mossawa EU Germany (via Friedrich Ebert Stiftung; Heinrich B?ll Stiftung); Sweden (via Diakonia); Netherlands (via Kerk in Actie) Non-transparent  
New Israel Fund (NIF) – Shatil Belgium; EU   Non-transparent  
Public Committee Against Torture in Israel (PCATI) Netherlands; Norway; Spain; Finland; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Netherlands (via ICCO; Cordaid) 670,503 (2010) 28.3%
Physicians for Human Rights- Israel (PHR-I) Spain; France; Netherlands; EU; Japan; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland Sweden (via Diakonia); UK (via Christian Aid); Germany (via EED; Medico International); Switzerland (via Medico Schweiz) 2,590,000 (2010) 53%
Rabbis for Human Rights Spain; EU; joint funds from Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland   212,860 (2009) 6%
Sikkuy EU   97,775 (2009) 5.6%
Women Against Violence EU   Non-transparent  

Yesh Din
Belgium; EU; Norway; Netherlands; Ireland; UK; Germany; joint funds Netherlands (via Oxfam Novib) 3,132,088 (2009) 72.4%