As a national chain of some 60 branches throughout Israel, Anglo-Saxon is committed to the Israeli society and the communities in which it operates.
Anglo-Saxon branches throughout Israel constantly act out of deep involvement in the community.Teams of branches recently raised donations to finance the purchase of school bags for children, in preparation for the new school year.
Anglo-Saxon adopts the Enosh Society - the Israeli Mental Health Society (A.R.).
Enosh society, established in 1978, acts in 54 branches throughout Israel to integrate people who contend with mental health issues in the community and the society.
The society grants, among other things, sheltered housing services, hostels and satellite housing to 5,000 members of the society.
Enosh society also rents buildings for family counseling centers operating in four centers throughout Israel.
Anglo-Saxon and Enosh society act jointly to find optimal and suitable housing solutions, adapted to the requirements of the society members.
As part of its activities, Anglo-Saxon grants free consultation and accompaniment to rehabilitating members of the society.It also grants benefits and discounts on apartments rented to rehabilitants throughout Israel.