IGRA Recognizes

Annually, during the International Jewish Genealogy Month (in the Hebrew month of Heshvan), IGRA recognizes volunteers who have helped to develop and expand the resources available to those researching their ancestors’ roots. Certificates are given to those volunteers who have contributed significantly and the Outstanding Volunteers are identified. In addition IGRA recognizes that there are individuals and institutions that have made a unique contribution in the field of genealogy and has found these worthy of recognition as well.

2015 – 2016 תשע”ו

Archive Recognition
Archive of the Ra’anana Municipality
Rahel
לתיעוד, לגיבוי ולהצלה של תמונות המדינה, הארץ ותושביה
ישראל נגלית לעין
Israel Revealed to the Eye
Dr. Lavi Shai, Dr. Nirit Shalev Kalifa & Staff
Mathilde Tagger Prize of Recognition For Volunteering
With IGRA Databases
Ram Noham Leora Karni

2014 – 2015 תשע”ה

Archive Recognition
Jerusalem Municipal Archives
Michael Mahler & Efraim Levi
Educational initiative – development of seminars in genealogy at the
National Library of Israel & Genealogy Center
Nachum Zitter & staff
Mathilde Tagger Prize of Recognition For Volunteering
With IGRA Databases
Yael Rotem Barbara Ellman
Special Recognition For Volunteering
Rosemary Eshel

2013 – 2014 תשע”ד

Archive Recognition
Haifa Municipal Archives
Educational initiative – development of courses in genealogy at the
Central Zionist Archives
Dr. Motti Friedman
Mathilde Tagger Prize of Recognition For Volunteering
With IGRA Databases
Amos Shiffman Irv Cantor
Special Recognition For Volunteering
Asher Arbit

2012 – 2013 תשע”ג

Archive Recognition
Oded Yarkoni Archives of the History of Petah Tikvah
Librarian Recognition
Elona Avinezer
Mathilde Tagger Prize of Recognition For Volunteering
With IGRA Databases
Zvika Welgreen Matthew Karp

2011 – 2012    תשע”ב

Mathilde Tagger Prize of Recognition For Volunteering
With IGRA Databases
Arieh Rochman-Halperin Tzameret-Rivka Avivi

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