The "Nalaga’at" Center, located at the Jaffa port in Tel Aviv, was founded by the "Nalaga’at" non-profit organization and opened its gates to the public in December 2007.
The Center is comprised of the "Nalaga’at" Theater, home to the Deaf-blind Acting Ensemble; Café Kapish, with its deaf waiters and BlackOut, the pitch-black restaurant with its staff of blind waiters.
The "Nalaga’at" Center currently employs some 70 people, most of whom are deaf, blind or deaf-blind.
Thousands of people, from Israel and abroad have already visited the Center and enjoyed an exceptional artistic experience. The "Nalaga’at" Center was founded on the basic belief that every human being has the right to contribute to the society he lives in.