The Moadon is an after-school program, provided from 6-9pm three days per week to 18 at-risk boys aged 13-16, who reside in Tel-Aviv.
To be eligible to participate in the program, all of the teenage boys must have been identified as having been involved in risky situations as a result of their troubled backgrounds and in need of social-emotional, nutritional, and educational support to overcome their challenges.
To empower program participants by providing them with opportunities to advance academically, personally, and socially.
To prevent the program participants from engaging in risky and destructive behavior, thereby protecting them from dangerous situations.
To facilitate the development of healthy social connections and meaningful relationships between the teenage boys and the individuals in their lives.