The Kalgut Fund positions itself as the forefront enterprise for the settlement of the land of Israel in general, and in particular, for Jerusalem and its surroundings areas.
The vision of the fund, as well as its initiatives and investments in the acquisition of lands is for the recovery of ownership of land, back into the hands of the Jewish nation who strides along the very footsteps of Abraham, the father of their nation, who insisted on paying fully for the acquisition of the Cave of Machpelah; as we see from Ephron the Heth:
: "נָתַתִּי כֶּסֶף הַשָּׂדֶה, קַח מִמֶּנִּי, וְאֶקְבְּרָה אֶת-מֵתִי, שָׁמָּה" (בראשית כג, יג).
"I pay to you the price of the field. Take it from me so that I may bury my deceased there.” (Genesis, 23,13).
In addition one can learn from the enormous importance of the salvation of lands of Israel from the interpretations of the "Shulchan Aruch” (126, 11) in Sabbath rituals: “it is allowed to buy and sign for a house in Israel on Sabbath from one who is not Jewish and to rise above their instances in so writing,
And as well in verse Kings II: "this writing is urging
וכן פוסק המ"ב : "הכתיבה זו היא מדרבנן, והוי שבות דשבות על ידי האינו יהודי, ומשום הכי התירו משום ישוב ארץ ישראל".
The acquisitions of the fund have extensively contributed to the expanding growth of the settlements in the land of Israel.