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We are improving the lives of thousands of people 

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Meaningful service in social high-tech

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Did you know? There are more start-up companies per capita in Israel than in any other country in the world.

Pretty cool, right?

How did this small country, with limited natural resources, become a Hi-tech powerhouse?


With our heads.

But that’s not all.

Also with our hearts- with our will to make this world a better place


Hilma is a Hi-tech nonprofit company established by leaders in the Israeli Hi-tech industry. 


Our goal is to make Israel an international social Hi-tech leader.


We are training the next generation of talented, motivated young people to develop technological solutions—serving disabled and disadvantaged populations and strengthening our communities.

Our exciting solutions address education, welfare, and health issues, creatively meeting the needs of our clients, colleagues, and partners.  


We are leading the social Hi-tech revolution in Israel.

Here’s what we’re working on now.



A smart transportation system for children with special needs to ensure that everyone arrives safely to their destination.

In collaboration with Krembo Wings

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A hospital alert system that allows patients to call their nurses for help

Hadassah Hospital, on Mount Scopus

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Risk Level Questionnaire

A personal diagnostic questionnaire designed to help victims of domestic violence

In collaboration with Ministry of Welfare
and JDC israel 

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"For the people of Synamedia, the internationally-renowned broadcasting company, there was always a piece missing from our professional mission: giving back to the community. Carmel 6000, working under Hilma, combines everything in which we believe. We are thrilled to be partners in their mission, and are excited to cheer on each of their technological advancements, as they improve the lives of traditionally under-served communities."

Tzvi Gerstl, Director of Engineering of Synamedia Israel-

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