ENOLA is an innovative volunteer-based app designed to support families facing challenging situations

ENOLA is an innovative volunteer-based app designed to support families facing challenging situations, such as illness, loss, or any life disrupting issues. By connecting families with dedicated volunteers and streamlining the coordination process, ENOLA offers a unique and efficient solution to bring communities together and make a real difference in people’s lives and bring the Yad Tamar Model to excellence.

Smart Matching: ENOLA uses a smart algorithm to match families with suitable volunteers, taking into account factors such as availability, skills, and proximity.

Intuitive Interface: The app’s user-friendly design makes it easy for families, coordinators, and volunteers to navigate and manage tasks.

Comprehensive Management: Coordinators can oversee multiple families and delegate responsibilities to family members or dedicated family managers.

Task Tracking: Volunteers can easily view and accept tasks, with the app providing real-time tracking and updates on task completion.

Scalability: ENOLA can be easily adapted to serve the needs of various communities, community association or healthcare bodies, making it a versatile solution for cities and organizations looking to support families in crisis.

Key Benefits:

Personalized Support

ENOLA app allows families to create customized action plans tailored to their specific needs, ensuring that the support provided is targeted and effective.

Streamlined Coordination

The app simplifies the process of coordinating tasks and volunteers, saving time and effort for both families and coordinators.

Privacy Protection

ENOLA maintains the privacy of the families involved, allowing them to seek help discreetly and with dignity.

Community Building

By connecting families in need with local volunteers, the app strengthens the bonds within the community and fosters a spirit of mutual support.

Real-time Updates

Families, coordinators, and volunteers can receive instant notifications and updates on tasks, ensuring efficient communication and timely assistance.

Key Achievement's:

Yad Tamar won the “Medina Le’Mofet” competition in Israel while presenting the Enola App, that came to promote innovation in the field of resilience and mental health, as 4/385 startups, through which it holds pilots in the cities of Dimona and Acre. Dozens of family coordinators were trained who work with families and assist them in managing the crisis. The project was also awarded entry into the “Hakaveret” accelerator, from Joint Israel and the National Insurance Funds, through which it is These days we are opening for a pilot in more cities.


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