Hundreds of developers from Israel and abroad collaborated on the 2021 Heroic March of Heroism to develop technological solutions, through which it will be possible to volunteer and assist Holocaust survivors, and promote Holocaust remembrance in innovative and especially empowering ways.
From a worldview that "the human psyche moves away from anything that diminishes its power, and seeks everything that strengthens its spirit" we hope to connect people to a memory of trees that will remain over time, and allow us all to create a better present and future.
The hackathon was formed in collaboration between the Brave Together hero parade andMinistry of Foreign Affairs Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Together with The Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation of the Hebrew University - Asper Huji Innovate, Elbit Systems, IMPACT! FIDF Scholarship Fund for Veterans, Amazon Web Services, Synamedia Synamedia And the investment fund And Ventures.
Links to the hackathon reviews -> at the bottom of the page
The two products that came in 1st place
The two products that came in 2st place
Meet the team
The two products that came in 3st place
Meet the team
Among the judges were Ran Nathanson, Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 'Innovation Department, Ruthi Cohen, Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Anti-Semitism Department, Dan Orian, Ambassador of Israel to the Balkans, Dr. Amnon Dekel, Director of the Hebrew University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center - Ayper Cohen, VP Asper Huji Innovate, Guy Istmati Head of Recruitment at Elbit Systems, Orna Pesach CEO IMPACT! FIDF Scholarship Program for Veterans, Moran Nir, Senior Business Development Manager for Amazon Web Service Startups, Yossi Tzuria Founder N, Daniel Keren, Head of the School of Computer Science at the University of Haifa, Dr. Yulia Einav, Dean of Students at HIT and Tamar Shmueli, VP of Marketing at HIT, Doron Nasimi, Director of the Cyber Department at Cinmedia, Eliana Dan, CEO of 8200 Alumni Association, Daniel Plotizin The association, and Leon Ben-Ness Vanunu, founder and CEO of the association brave together.