FBC believes in promoting social endeavors in the community, and is involved in numerous projects aimed at the education of disadvantaged youth and the provision of legal assistance to senior citizens and Holocaust survivors.
One of our notable projects is the ‘Senior Citizen Support and Social Facilitation Clinic’, operated by FBC in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. Since the project began in 2011, tens of outstanding law students have gained practical experience while assisting hundreds of senior citizens and Holocaust survivors in realizing their rights.
FBC also affords its attorneys with the necessary resources and support, enabling them to engage in pro bono projects in areas that are important to them, and is awarded annually by the Israel Bar, Dun & Bradstreet and BDI for its many pro bono activities.
FBC supports and is closely involved with many non-profit organizations and ad-hoc activities which support the community, such as the bi-annual distribution of food baskets to families in need. In addition, in a quest to advance environmental matters, FBC has engaged in a number of activities to increase employee awareness, particularly in the area of recycling.