The SquashBond Movement

SquashBond’s goal is to become a leading organization in the field of Sports for Development and peace.

In order to reach this goal, SquashBond is building out a national network of Squash and Education centers.

With dedicated facilities, SquashBond can serve more youth, in more cities, build more communities and make squash a leading sport for social impact in Israel.

Interested in giving a lasting legacy?

Contact Nitzan to learn about naming opportunities for squash courts and centers.

Community Squash Centers Initiative

Growth & Development Fund

For the past decade, SquashBond has empowered young people from all backgrounds in Israel through our unique program. However, our reach has been limited by the lack of accessible squash courts, especially in underserved communities.



That’s why we’re excited to announce our plan to establish a network of community squash centers throughout Israel! These centers will be open to everyone, regardless of ethnicity or socioeconomic background, providing a safe and supportive space for youth to learn, grow, and connect. By bringing squash directly into communities, we can make a bigger impact.



New squash centers will unlock opportunities for young people, offering not just courts but community, skills, and bridges across social divides.



Imagine empowered youth, thriving communities, and unity through the power of squash. Join us to make it a reality!

With your support, we can make this vision a reality and help even more young people in Israel unlock their full potential.


Contact Nitzan to learn more about the project and different options and about naming opportunities for squash courts and centers.



Take a virtual tour of our future facility: SquashBond Community Squash Center


Launched 2017

The city of Haifa is the largest metropolis of the north, a multi-cultured environment of diverse populations.

Tucked often just blocks from each other. Haifa residents live in both comfort and dire poverty. Likewise, the city is home to Jews, Muslims and Christians.

Three squash courts were built in 1997 at Haifa University. Even 20 years later these remain some of the best maintained squash courts in Israel.

SquashBond is privileged to be establishing its second center in Israel in cooperation with this prestigious institute of higher learning and with Haifa Municipality.

Next project is coming up...