Source and gift of life 'Lord, give me this water so that I am not thirsty' (Gv 4,15) Important place
for social relations
'Social relationships are indispensable within the life of each individual'.
Meeting place
for a peaceful coexistence
The essence of man is relationships.
Place open to all to be in peace 'Eventually Isaac dug another' Rehobot 'well for which he had no struggle'. (Gn. 26,22)

Support the projects of the Rehobot Foundation in favor of:




senior citizens



Urgency Ukraine

The Russian offensive in Ukraine has forced thousands of civilians, mostly women, children, the elderly and vulnerable groups, to flee their homes to seek protection and refuge in other countries.

The Rehobot Foundation, which is always present where there are emergency situations, due to natural disasters, war conflicts and violence to the detriment of the most fragile, launches an appeal for solidarity for the refugees and of Ukraine.


The Rehobot Foundation promotes, develops and coordinates social, cultural and religious initiatives and activities aimed at achieving the well-being of the person in harmony with moral and Christian principles.

It carries out activities aimed at helping those who find themselves in situations of precariousness and state of need. It helps every person, victim of war conflicts, natural disasters, exploitation or marginalization, to recover the sense of their own identity and the awareness of being a precious and important piece of the human community.

The culture of the gift

‘Christ Jesus, while being divine in nature, did not consider a jealous treasure
his equality with God; but he stripped himself, assuming the condition of a servant
and becoming like men; ‘ (Philippians 2,5-7)
These few lines contain all the meaning and value of the gift and its gratuitousness.

Man is born as a gift and becomes a gift when he puts his talent, his time and his life at the service of the other. The gift thus becomes a relational virtue capable of establishing, building and expanding social and community relationships.

Taking on the problems of others means weaving and intertwining one’s own identity with the collective identity.

To increase the culture of giving:

  • offer your help for the well-being and cultural growth of the person,
  • be in solidarity with those in need and looking for work,
  • prevent the social exclusion of people with particular frailties,
  • share your knowledge and skills;
  • establishes a bond of mutual knowledge with the beneficiary.