'When It Comes to Charity, Israeli High-tech Billionaires Are Stingy and Arrogant'

For nearly 20 years Adi Altschuler has been involved in social projects – from youth movements for people with special needs to new ways to commemorate the Holocaust. But today, she finds that the startup generation isn’t as generous as their elders. A frank talk with an entrepreneur who overcame her lack of confidence and now has the ear of presidents, tycoons and celebrities

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Hilo Glazer
Hilo Glazer
Hilo Glazer
Hilo Glazer

Extreme situations call for extreme acts, and for Adi Altschuler, a moment of that sort arrived when Krembo Wings – the youth movement she founded two decades ago for children with and without special needs – ran up a debt of 400,000 shekels (currently about $125,000).

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