Kfir spent the majority of his childhood in the Afula-Ilit Children's Home, an institution that is home to 120 children from families in need. While serving in the Israeli Air Force, Kfir chose, in what little free time he had, to volunteer in the Children’s Home as a soccer coach, focusing on bridging the gap between the local Jewish and Arab communities, and he later returned to the Home full time as a counselor. Kfir was honored by Israeli President Shimon Peres, for his commitment to this important cause and was invited, together with the children from the Home, to visit the President’s Residence. After moving to Jerusalem he began working for the Gush Etzion regional council as sports director. In this role he created partnerships with local leaders, providing a platform for teaching tolerance and multi-cultural values. From there he was promoted to become director of sports initiatives on the national level, in which position he works to build partnerships with sports organizations around the country and help develop sports initiatives. Kfir is also a board member of the Israel National Council for Children, acting as strategic advisor to the deputy head of education of the children's homes in which he grew up and worked. He is also active in his local neighborhood in Jerusalem, where he lives with his wife and two daughters, helping to develop and lead a rich program of events and meet-ups. Kfir holds a B.A. in education.