Noa's Ark Projects:
Noa for the community
"Noa For The Community" is a 30-year commitment which includes extensive voluntary musical and outreach activity, fund rasing and more...
Following the traumatic events of 7.10, Noa immediately dedicated herself to working for the community in myriad ways. She put herself at the service of the families of the 240 innocent people kidnapped to Gaza and still held hostage, working indefatigably to raise awareness to their plight all around the world , she performed scores of "war love" concerts for the bereaved, misplaced, and ailing, visiting homes, communities, institutions, hotels housing refugees, etc.. She helped raise money and awareness for the needy, performed for the disabled and disadvantaged , and worked on social and traditional media Internationally to tell the story of the horrible tragedy occurring in Israel, while never losing sight of the pain, suffering and plight of the Palestinian people. On every platform, she spoke of the importance of compassion and human empathy, of embracing complexity and avoiding simplistic judgements , of choosing life, of shunning vengeance and hate and striving for diplomacy that will lead to peace and security for Israelis, Palestinians and the entire world.
Noa's natural empathy, generosity and strong, beautiful voice, which speaks truth in the face of power and has the power to heal, has been critical in this dark, painful moment in history.
During the COVID epidemic, Noa and Gil launched a series of home concerts to raise funds for causes around the world:
April 4, 2020, Home Concert for Bergamo Hospital in Italy.
April 22, 2020, Home Concert for Rambam hospital in Israel
May 20, 2020, Home Concert to support Healthcare workers in France
April 25, 2020, Home Concert to support Madrid
Noa is dedicated to various social causes such as bridging the gaps between Israelis and Palestinians, working with war veterans with PTSD, supporting women and children who experienced domestic violence, children with cancer, immigrants and asylum seekers and many more. She does workshops for children and students, helps raise money for environmental organizations and sits on the board of an array of organizations working for Tikun Olam (the Hebrew philosophical term for “the fixing of the world”). She is very often the only artist to step up and volunteer for such causes.