Medicine and art joined forces once again when students of the Yoni Studio, headed by Yoni and Idan Cohen, volunteered to work with hospitalized children at Schneider medical center to craft jewelry from a variety of materials. Inspired by the children's own artwork, many items of jewelry made of silver, gold-plate and semi-precious stones were designed. The staff of the Educational Center, headed by Maskit Shochat, was instrumental in arranging the joint activity, where the children were exposed to the world of jewelry-making, and various materials, textures, color, and crafting techniques, as well as to the work of the artists themselves.
The items of jewelry were placed on sale at a promotional event at Semel Kitchens at Tel Aviv’s Old Port sponsored by the Tel Aviv Development Company, Semel Kitchens and the law firm of Raz, Har'el, Shaham and Co.
A similar event took place at the home of Ronnie Shpann in Caesarea. Proceeds were dedicated towards the activities of the Educational Center at Schneider Children’s.