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  • Inbar's couples group

    Inbar's couples group

    Group for married couples meets monthly in Ramat Gan. Want to join? You just need to get married! :-)

  • Mazal Tov Evyatar and Orna - The Wedding!

    Mazal Tov Evyatar and Orna - The Wedding!

    On Wednesday 5/27 we celebrated with Evtarar and Orna their wonderful wedding! Mazal Tov

  • Mazal Tov Amitai and Ella!

    Mazal Tov Amitai and Ella!

    Mazal tov - another couple is engaged! Amitai Mansbach and Ella Bergman got engaged. Well done Eran Kahn our volunteer for making the match!

  • Mazal Tov David and Natalie!

    Mazal Tov David and Natalie!

    Mazal tov - another couple of Inbar! David Feiglin and Natalie Dadon got enganged. David and Natalie met in Inbar event in Gula at the end of the summer, and since then the love between the flourished!

  • Mazal Tov Leyia and Netanel!

    Mazal Tov Leyia and Netanel!

    On Thursday 9/11 Leyia and Netanel got married in a moving and lifting wedding! Mazal Tov

  • Recommendations for daily life

    Recommendations for daily life

    New inspiring video by Shaul and Neta Inbar on facing all challenges. The video was especially produced for Shabbat Inbar in Nahariya. Don't miss!

  • Inbar in the Media

    Great article about Inbar and the people involved in Israel21c

  • Mazal Tov Ruti and Yuval

    Mazal Tov Ruti and Yuval

    Ruti (Volman), member of Inbar, married Yuval Mishor. Mazal Tov!

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Welcome to Inbar

Inbar was established to create opportunities for social integration and marriage for adults with disabilities. We sponsor social events, weekends and workshops where people can meet and acquire skills for developing and maintaining relationships. Inbar is a national organization, and our events take place around Israel. Our members are active on Facebook and other social media platforms.

Everybody deserves to live happily ever after. Able-bodied adults experience myriad opportunities to mingle, socialize and date, but those with disabilities do not have access to these same opportunities. Israel is a very family-oriented society. While society is increasingly welcoming to those with disabilities, the challenges of social inclusion they face grow exponentially as their healthy friends marry and settle into the routine of family life.

"Inbar" is Hebrew for amber. While amber looks and feels like a rock, it is actually fossilized tree resin, unique in nature. This illusion is a metaphor for the members of Inbar - their looks are often deceiving. While their disabilities are clearly visible, they all have healthy hearts searching for love.

Inbar charges minimal fees for participation in events. We are reliant on donations to run quality programs. Donations of any amount are helpful. Please join our list of supporters!

Inbar is looking for shadchanim. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us.

To schedule a meeting with a shadchan/it please contact us.