Our Partners and Supporters

PIP has been Funded by:

Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation

The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation (Schusterman) is a global organization that seeks to improve lives, strengthen communities and reduce inequality.

U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI)

MEPI is a U.S. State Department program that supports organizations and individuals in their efforts to promote political, economic, and social reform in the Middle East and North Africa.


The United States Agency for International Development's Compete Project for private sector development in the West Bank & Gaza strip.

Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation

The Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation is an American philanthropic fund that promotes social justice and human rights.

U.S. Consulate General in Jerusalem

The Public Affairs Section of the US Consulate General in Jerusalem’s Small Grants Program aimed at assisting Palestinian non-profit organizations.

Private donors

PIP receives donations from private individuals across the world, including the United States, Israel and Palestine.

PIP has received pro bono services from:


PwC, one of the world’s leading audit, tax and consulting firms, has provided PIP with pro bono tax reporting and auditing services, as well as discounted tax consultancy.

Pearl Cohen Law Firm

Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz (Pearl Cohen) is an international law firm with offices in the US, Israel and the UK, and provides PIP with pro bono legal services with regards to its ongoing activities.

DLA Piper

DLA Piper is one of the world’s largest law firms. It has provides PIP with pro bono services in the US, especially relating to our incorporation as a 501(c)(3) category non profit.

PIP has collaborated with:


JEST is the home of East Jerusalem’s startup community, promoting and supporting technology and the culture of innovation among the city’s Palestinian population. PIP partners with JEST in holding events, recruitment and fundraising.

Work Factory

Work Factory is a Ramallah-based co-working space that also focuses on developing Palestine’s entrepreneurial culture. PIP partners with Work Factory in holding events and intern recruitment.


Middle East Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow (MEET) works with Massachusetts Institute of Technology bringing together talented Palestinian and Israeli high schoolers to work together in the fields of technology and entrepreneurship. PIP has provided a number of MEET graduates with internship opportunities.


Israel Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) is an umbrella organization representing over 700 local and multinational companies in high-tech and life science industries. PIP has worked with IATI to access new host companies for our interns.


Israel's Directors Union (IDU) acts as a centralized professional institution that supports directors in their way of creating a responsible and proper business atmosphere in Israel. IDU provides a platform for knowledge acquisition, training, and expert advice. PIP has worked with IDU for mentorship opportunities and to facilitate workshops for our interns.