First, make sure you fit the criteria listed on the information page;
Second, fill out the registration form and attach all the necessary documents as required.
A representative from the KPC office will check your permission and contact you by email if corrections are required.
At the end of registration approval, you will be transferred to the stage of finding the kibbutz and an interview (Zoom) to check compatibility.
After finding a kibbutz for you, the KPC office will submit an application to the Ministry of the Interior for a volunteer visa for you.
After approval by the Ministry of the Interior, you will have to go to the embassy closest to your place of residence to receive the volunteer visa.
Now you can come to Israel and start volunteering... (in coordination with KPC and the kibbutz of course)

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There is an option to pay in the app
And recently there is also the option to pay directly with a credit card

Hayarkon 48 Hostel 
48 Hayarkon St. 
Tel Aviv 

Abraham Hostel 
21 Levontin St. 
Tel Aviv 

Momo’s Hostel 
28 Ben yehuda St. 
Tel Aviv 

Sky Hostel 
34 Ben Yehuda St. 
Tel Aviv 

Please note that this is only a friendly recommendation, and we cannot assume any responsibility regarding this or any accommodations. 
In the summer, we recommend to book in advance.

Updated photo of yours

Photo copy of your passport – The page with your photo

Our medical form - You need to download it and have your family Doctor, who knows your past and present medical history, fill it out in English. He needs to sign on it (including their doctor's or clinic's stamp), stating that you are physically and mentally healthy and fit for work in the kibbutz. Do not forget to read and sign too on the "Volunteer's statement part".

Health Statement for Medical Insurance

Application for entry visa to Israel

Volunteer's Declaration – Download, fill in, scan and upload

Police Clearance Certificate - After you receive it from the police or another agency,
you need to scan and upload it.

Motivation Letter - What should appear in the motivation letter:

  • What areas of volunteering interest you in terms of work places; animals, agriculture, environment, education or other

  • What place in the country interests you - north, south (desert), center.

The placement procedure for the kibbutz is done upon completion and approval of the registration procedure.
A representative from the KPC office will coordinate a zoom interview between the candidate and the volunteer coordinator at the designated kibbutz. The placement in the kibbutz is conditional on a short interview and the vacancies in the kibbutzim. We do our best to place all volunteers in the kibbutz they choose or prefer, but this is not always possible.

We do our best to place all volunteers in the kibbutzim they choose or prefer to go to, but it also depends on the vacancies in the kibbutzim.

This is a question of available work places and of which season you wish to arrive in and the work options in each Kibbutz. The volunteer coordinator is responsible for the matching between the volunteer and the job in the Kibbutz.

After volunteering for 6 months in the same kibbutz, one may apply a request to move to another kibbutz while committing to volunteering for at least 3 more months and a recommendation from the volunteer coordinator in the kibbutz. The KPC office cannot guarantee that a transition will indeed be possible.

Our Program does not include Hebrew lessons. You may learn Hebrew from the interaction with the local people in the Kibbutz.

The kibbutz provides sheets, but you must bring two towels with you. Not all kibbutzim provide work clothes or work shoes. It is recommended to have good and comfortable shoes for physical work. The kibbutz provides laundry services, but you should bring enough clothes for ten days, warm clothes for the winter and light clothes for the summer. Toiletries can be purchased at the kibbutz grocery store. It is not recommended to bring valuable things as not all kibbutzim have a safe.

The amount of pocket money paid in a kibbutz varies from one kibbutz to another, and is around NIS 650 per month. You will receive this information and more in a zoom interview where you will meet the volunteer coordinator.