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0161 174 6678
Academy for Rabbinical Research
020 7794 9696
Academy of Young Jewish Artists
020 8090 5094
020 8731 8988
Achisomoch Aid Co Ltd
020 8800 9899
Afikim – Israel Family Enrichment Association
020 8800 6688
Agudas Israel Community Services
07758 727 328
Ahada Bereavement Counselling
Aish UK was created in 1993 to offer inspiring and relevant Jewish education and experiences for young Jews in the UK. We believe that the Jewish tradition is not only deep and fulfilling, but also relevant, engaging and compelling to the young person today.
Over the past 20 years, theory has been born out by practice. The demand for trips, events and courses has grown enormously. Today Aish serves almost every high school with a sizeable Jewish population, and University Jewish Societies from Durham to Bristol. We run young professionals branches and programmes in Manchester, Hampstead, Essex and the City of London.
“To translate the wisdom, depth and beauty of our heritage to young British Jews.”
020 8385 3070
AJR Charitable Trust
07947 841 553
Alan Senitt Memorial Trust (The)
(0)20 8381 1717
All Aboard Shops Ltd
020 8349 5754
Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society
020 8458 1284
020 7449 0909
020 7284 5858
Anne Frank Trust UK
020 8349 6650
Assembly of Masorti Synagogues
020 8386 0130
B’nai B’rith UK
020 7603 5847
Balfour Diamond Jubilee Trust
+972 52 476 7379
Bat Melech UK
020 8888 0891
020 8211 8081
020 8806 3336
020 8815 3920
+972 4 832 3260
Beit Dina Home for the Elderly
7 Golders Park Close
Beit Halochem UK is a registered charity which is responsible for raising funds for the four Rehabilitation Centres in Israel.
Today, the organization cares for over 51,000 disabled veterans and victims of terror, providing them with medical treatments, such as physiotherapy and hydrotherapy, sporting facilities such as basketball, swimming, tennis, athletics and maritime sports, as well as numerous cultural and social activities designed specifically for the disabled soldiers and their families.
Our aim is to help our members to regain their strength and rebuild their broken bodies and souls.
108a Boundary Road
Founded in July 1915 in Whitechapel, Ben Uri has proudly been at the forefront of Yiddish culture and British art for 100 years. The museum is the oldest cultural institution in the community. Today it is universally acclaimed for its role in protecting, acquiring, educating, and celebrating the artistic achievements of European Jewish artists, and sharing their rich contribution with some 400,000 people a year from across the cultural divides.
The museum has no endowment and no guaranteed income and relies on its own efforts and your generosity and shared vision.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is an oasis of innovation that serves as a model for the world. Unique among Israeli universities, Ben-Gurion University (BGU) was established in 1969 as a vehicle for the social, economic and scientific transformation of the Negev.
Today BGU has succeeded beyond expectations, with five campuses, building an academic institution that is deeply rooted in the local community whilst achieving international recognition for its inspired scholarship and thought-leading research.
The University is however, far more than a collection of campuses, faculties and schools. BGU builds bridges and promotes peace between Israel and its neighbours through collaboration in science and research. It is a link between science and industry, Israel and the developing world.
BGU is a university with a conscience – where the highest academic and scientific standards are integrated with community outreach, and where the pioneering spirit of discovery flourishes, fulfilling the dream of David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first Prime Minister, to make the desert bloom.
Since its inception, one of BGU’s primary goals has been to establish a more equitable society for the people of the Negev region, many of whom are underprivileged. In many ways, the Negev is still considered the “periphery” of Israel, and many of its residents are immigrants who arrived in Israel from the former Soviet Union, Ethiopia and other countries.
01623 383 627
Beth Shalom Holocaust Memorial Centre
0161 178 7898
0121 459 3819
Birmingham Jewish Community Care
0121 144 4044
Birmingham Jewish Education Board
0121 144 6673
Birmingham Lubavitch Centre
The Board of Deputies protects, supports and defends the interests and religious rights and customs of British Jews and promotes the development of the British Jewish community. For over 250 years the Board has taken part in all developments affecting the political and civil rights of British Jews. It represents the views of the community to Government and other public bodies on policy and legislative matters affecting British Jews, and provides information about the Jewish community to the non-Jewish world. The Board examines legislative proposals which may affect Jews. It collects statistical and demographic information and undertakes research on and for the community. It maintains contact with Jewish communities around the world and promotes solidarity with Israel.
020 8805 0685
Boinei Olam – Tomorrow A Child
020 8090 5094
Boys Club House (The)
020 7486 0111
01273 354 600
Brighton & Hove Jewish Welfare Board
01273 332 919
Brighton & Hove Lubavitch Foundation
ALEH is Israel’s Largest Network of Care for Children with Severe Multiple Disabilities.
Over 700 children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and medical conditions receive advanced medical, educational and rehabilitative care in ALEH’s four residential facilities. In addition, ALEH provides over 26,000 outpatient treatments annually.
At ALEH, we look beyond the disability to the child within. By nurturing development and enriching quality of life, we enable each child to reach their full potential.
(0)20 7486 7394
British Friends of Bar-Ilan University
020 8090 8421
British Friends of Boys Town Jerusalem
020 3400 1000
British Friends of Council for a Beautiful Israel
020 7604 5900
British Friends of Gesher
(0)20 7724 3777
British Friends of Haifa University
020 8202 2282
British Friends of Hala Jerusalem Comprehensive Breast Center
07971 158 346
British Friends of Hayim
020 8903 8746
British Friends of Israel War Disabled
020 8809 1756
British Friends of Kupat Ha’ir
020 7629 6666
British Friends of Migdal Ohr
Middx, HA8 7AR
Oasis of Peace UK (British Friends of NSWaS) supports the educational programmes of NSWaS’s bilingual/binational Primary School and Kindergarten, the first of its kind in Israel, and its School for Peace: a centre of encounter & discourse for Jewish and Palestinian-Arab citizens of Israel, from high-school & university students to professional & women’s groups.
The Primary School and the School for Peace are situated amid the peaceful surroundings of Neve Shalom / Wahat al-Salam (midway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem), a community of Jewish and Palestinian-Arab Israeli citizens who choose to live side by side in dialogue. It is the only community of its kind in Israel.
Graduates of NSWaS’s programmes are in the forefront of Israel’s peace movement and work in all fields and professions.
At Ohel Sarah, our mission is to enrich the quality of life for over 400 children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities in Israel by providing comprehensive, ongoing support in the spheres of education, employment and independent living.
Delivering care from age six until end of life, we aim to help each person grow and acquire crucial skills to enable them to become confident, independent and contributing members of society.
020 7612 1240
British Friends of Or Chadesh
020 7330 0000
British Friends of Orchos Chaim
020 8953 0832
British Friends of Orr Shalom
Established in 1894, Herzog Hospital is Israel’s foremost centre for geriatric, respiratory, mental health and psychotrauma care, treatment and research. It currently maintains 330 patient beds, with another 270 scheduled to come on line with the construction of a new medical pavilion. A Children’s Chronic Respiratory Care Department treats children ranging in age from three months to 21 years.
Herzog’s Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma treats children and adult victims of terror attacks, war and domestic violence.
The Hospital’s Clinical Center for Brain Research is internationally recognized for its work in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and schizophrenia.
0161 166 3492
British Friends of Shaerit Israel
15 – 17 HIgh Street
Shalva, the Israel Association for the Care and Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities is dedicated to providing transformative care for individuals with disabilities, empowering their families and promoting social inclusion. Non-denominational and free of charge,
Shalva’s programmes provide an all-encompassing range of services for thousands of individuals from infancy to adulthood. Additionally, Shalva supports and enables families to raise their children with disabilities within the family framework. Through nearly three decades of award-winning programmes, Shalva partners with various institutions in advocacy efforts to create a more inclusive society.
The Shalva National Center’s advanced programmes and facilities create new frontiers in disability rehabilitation, research, and inclusion; defining new standards in the field and impacting the world beyond those in Shalva’s direct care.
0191 420 4292
British Friends of Shema Kolenu
Shuvu’s network of kindergartens, elementary and high schools throughout Israel offer students from all backgrounds an outstanding education, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to become independent, successful and productive members of Israeli society.
Starting in 1990 with two schools providing education for Russian immigrant children, Shuvu has now established a network of 69 schools and kindergartens at 21 sites. As well as offering an unrivalled secular education, Shuvu connects children to their Jewish heritage by providing a positive and uplifting Jewish education.
The majority of Shuvu’s students come from immigrant, low-income and/or single-parent families. As well as an excellent education, these children are given hot meals, transport to school and a safe learning environment.
020 8455 4785
British Friends of Shvut Ami
Euston Tower, 286 Euston Road
The British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel (BFAMI) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raise funds to support educational programmes run by the art museums of Israel. These programmes share the rich artistic culture and history of Israel alongside prominent international contemporary art, with future generations across all strata of society. We focus our fund-raising endeavours to support educational programmes targeted at more vulnerable social groups such as children from deprived backgrounds, terminally ill children in hospitals and new immigrants suffering from negative social stigma to name a few. Together with these we support programmes reaching the gifted and talented, as well as Israeli soldiers.
300 Regents Park Road
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel’s first and foremost University, an acclaimed educational and research institution of the highest calibre that has made an indelible impression both locally and internationally. It is regularly ranked in the world’s top 100. It has played a critical role in the development of the State of Israel and Jewish life, benefiting all citizens whilst reaching out to cure, feed and heal the world. There isn’t a single sphere of activity that has not in some way benefited: science; medicine; water-resourcing; plant, food and veterinary sciences; engineering and high tech; law; the arts, and Jewish studies. Invest in Israel’s most important resource, its brainpower, with a donation or a legacy in your will.
020 8207 2627
British Friends of the Israel Free Loan Association
Created in 1991, the Israel Guide Dog Centre for the Blind was established to train and supply guide dogs to an increasing number of blind Israelis who were unable to obtain a dog from an English-speaking centre abroad. Hundreds of partnerships have now been created at our centre that is located not far from Rishon L’Zion at Beit Oved. Each partnership costs some 15,000 for the life long care of the guide dog, training and aftercare. A legacy or gift will help provide another pair of eyes to the growing number of blind persons who ‘look’ to us to help restore their independence and dignity.
76 Gloucester Place
Established in 1982, the Jaffa Institute is at the forefront of poverty alleviation in Israel. Our mission is to achieve a lasting solution to the poverty which has been entrenched within the communities of Jaffa, south Tel Aviv and Bat Yam for generations. In addition to providing educational programming designed to ensure that the children in our care graduate from high school and achieve a good standard of living as adults, our holistic approach also includes emergency and long-term care facilities for at-risk children, the provision of higher education scholarships to disadvantaged youths, musical enrichment programming, food distribution, vocational training courses and therapeutic care. Through over 30 different programmes, our services reach 4,000 Israelis on an annual basis.
020 8349 5129
British Friends of the Jerusalem College of Technology
120 Regents Park Road
Rambam Medical Center in Haifa aspires to lead in all aspects of medical care on behalf of the two million population living in Northern Israel. Paediatrics is a speciality as is research to increase knowledge of the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of childhood diseases.
An underground emergency hospital in case of terrorist attacks has now been inaugurated. The hospital is just by the port area in Haifa and near to chemical factories, and thus vulnerable to enemy action in times of war. Incubators for babies, ventilators, beds for the burns unit, infusion pumps, dialysis machines and monitors, and special chairs and equipment for the chemotherapy department are all needed.
Bequests are truly appreciated for all departments. Donations always acknowledged. Plaques and commemorations available.
Tiferet Shlomo provides a safe and loving home for neglected, orphaned and homeless children who originate from all over the world. Life on the streets leaves many disadvantaged youngsters open to juvenile delinquency and crime. Tiferet Shlomo was established to help these youngsters by providing them with comfortable accommodation, as well as religious, secular and vocational education in a stable and happy environment. £95 will support a child for a month at the orphanage. Your donation now, or a bequest in your will, will help to give another Jewish child the chance to begin again with real hope for the future. Contact us now for a leaflet or more information about how you can help.
020 8819 7655
British Friends of United Hatzalah Israel
09722 540 0058
British Friends of Yad Ezra VeShulamit
020 8952 2752
British Friends of Young Israel North Netanya
020 8458 5391
British Friends of ZAKA
British Shalom-Salaam Trust
020 8458 2241
British Supporters of Ephrat
0161 165 1767
12 Queens Road
Camp Simcha exists to improve the quality of life of children suffering from Cancer or other life threatening illnesses. Our mission is to ensure that no such child, anywhere in the UK, has to suffer without us.
We provide 24/7 support to families who have the heart ache of dealing with an ill child by providing a wide range of services designed to provide both practical and emotional support to parents.
We aim to improve the quality of life, not only of the child but of the whole family, parents, siblings and grandparents; everyone who must shoulder the burden. Our philosophy is that the most effective way to help a sick child is to improve things for the whole family.
0330 822 0321
Campaign Against Antisemitism
020 2075 9982 / 07808 945 686
Cardiff Jewish Helpline
020 8455 9591
Care for the Needy of Jerusalem
020 7495 6089
Centre for Jewish Life
020 7700 6974
Chabad Lubavitch of Islington
020 8800 0022
Chabad Lubavitch UK
Chai Cancer Care is the community’s cancer support organisation, providing a range of services including counselling for families, individuals and couples; complementary therapies; children, teenage and family services; home support services; group activities and support groups and the Medical Outpatient Rehabilitation and Palliative Care Service. Services are available to cancer patients and their families in the flagship North West London Centre, South London, Essex, Birmingham, Hackney, Southend, South Manchester, North Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Glasgow.
President: Lord Young; Chairman: Louise Hager; Chief Executive: Lisa Steele.
One in six couples experience infertility; with Chana Charitable Trust, they are not alone. The pain of not having one’s own family is particularly acute in the Jewish community where the family is so central. Chana has helped hundreds of couples to better understand and deal with fertility challenges and has supported them every step of the way.
Chana provides specialist medical support and information, individual and couple counselling, a confidential Helpline and events highlighting medical information. The organisation is backed by an expert Medical Advisory Panel, sensitive to the needs of the Jewish community.
Chana relies on donations from the community to continue and develop its work.
To date, 643 babies have been born to couples supported by Chana.
020 8457 2120
020 8800 0008
Cheer Up Squad (The)
91 – 93 Stamford Hill
Chizuk’s aim is to help individuals – and their families – in the Orthodox Jewish Community who have mental health problems, reducing their sense of isolation, building confidence and encouraging them to take their place in Society. Chizuk also offers help and support to those experiencing life crises.
Our services include art therapy, befriending, drop-in groups, family consultations, hospital visits, organising carers, advocacy and public events.
As the only mental health organisation that specialises in providing a religiously and culturally sensitive environment for its Orthodox Jewish users, Chizuk’s role is also educational, in that it helps to combat stigma by changing the way that mental health is viewed in the Community. Chizuk is a national service.
020 8722 2120
Commonwealth Jewish Trust
020 8455 9960
Conference of European Rabbis
0141 162 2500
020 7015 5160
Council of Christians and Jews
0161 172 8721
Council of Manchester & Salford Jews Charitable Trust
P O Box 35501
CST (Community Security Trust) is proud of Britain’s diverse and vibrant Jewish community, and seeks to protect its many achievements from the external threats of bigotry, antisemitism and terrorism.
CST provides physical security, training and advice for the protection of British Jews. CST assists victims of antisemitism and monitors antisemitic activities and incidents. CST represents British Jewry to Police, Government and media on antisemitism and security.
CST believes that the fight against antisemitism and terrorism is an integral part of safeguarding our wider democratic British society against extremism and hatred.
020 7433 1339
Designer Crafts Foundation
0113 268 4248
020 8958 8760
Dysautonomia Society of Great Britain
220 Green Lanes
Founded in 1994, the Clothing Collection Fund is a non-profit making organization. Proceeds from the sale of clothes and other donated goods are given to charities. Food parcels are distributed to the elderly and needy in the area. Sedarim are arranged and local projects are supported, helping handicapped children with learning disabilities. Good quality, unwanted clothing, bric-a-brac, toys, office/computer equipment and books are all required and we will be pleased to collect.
020 8381 3339
Edgware & District Communal Mikvah
020 8908 4151
Edinburgh House (Beth Holim)
0131 166 3144
Edinburgh Jewish Board of Guardians
020 8731 0777
Em Habanim (British Friends)
020 8203 6066
Emunah is a charity that helps disadvantaged and abused children and young adults. Emunah is one of the top providers of social welfare services throughout Israel, responsible for the care of 10,000 children and families every year. British Emunah supports 37 projects including children’s homes, day care centres, high schools and counselling services, providing a safe, nurturing refuge for Israel’s most desperate children at risk.
We help whoever needs our services, from many different backgrounds and nationalities – many children come to us because their parents can’t cope, they have been affected by drug abuse, alcoholism, illness or poverty. UK fundraising activities include our annual dinner, bridge lunch, Emunah Entertainment ticket agency, Emunah on Ebay, sponsored challenge events, local fundraising groups and more!
020 8445 6070
020 8806 3131
Ezer MiKoidesh Foundation
(0)20 8458 9999
Ezer Mizion (British Friends of)
020 8211 7999
FJRO was created in1919 and in the last ten years has developed numerous projects in Israel in cooperation with The Association for Children at Risk (therapeutic aid for autistic children), The Tel Aviv Foundation (projects for disadvantaged children and adults), and The Jaffa Institute (education for children from problematic backgrounds), and provided food and clothing for deprived families.
It has made donations towards a number of projects in England – particularly for Norwood – in addition to many other charities.
FJRO is also supported by the Christadelphian Community for the benefit of ‘The Children of Israel’.
Please consider us when making a donation or writing your Will, so that we can continue to offer these essential services to Jewish families in the UK and Israel.
Additional contact number: 07930 846135
(0)20 8202 2263
Federation of Synagogues
020 3209 6006
Finnart House School Trust
020 8457 4444
Forum for Jewish Leadership Ltd
ALYN Hospital, Israel’s ONLY comprehensive paediatric and adolescent rehabilitation centre, is recognized as one of the world’s leading specialists in the active and intensive rehabilitation of physically challenged children and young adults.
ALYN treats patients regardless of religious or ethnic background who suffer from a wide range of congenital and acquired conditions. More than 3,500 children, including some from abroad, are treated at ALYN Hospital every year. The ultimate aim of ALYN Hospital’s multidisciplinary staff is to rehabilitate the youngsters in its care and to return them to their families and to the community as quickly as possible having helped them achieve the highest possible levels of function, mobility and independence.
020 8438 6353
Friends of AMIT Women UK
0161 179 8106
Friends of Asos Chesed
020 8209 1319
Friends of Bnei Akiva Bachad
020 7372 6494
Friends of Bnei David
020 8802 2689
Friends of Bonei Olam
020 8371 5288
Friends of Hanoar Hatzioni
020 7432 1330
friends of ilan
020 8444 0777
Friends of Israel Educational Foundation
020 7935 5541
Friends of Israel Sports Centre for the Disabled
020 8203 7471
Friends of Jewish Servicemen and Women (The)
Lubavitch is the largest Jewish educational institution in Scotland. It is committed to reaching every Jew regardless of age, knowledge or commitment and provides a very wide range of educational and social activities for Jews of all ages. These include Scotland’s only kosher restaurant, Shul in the Park, Monthly Friday night Shabbos Dinners and numerous social activities throughout the year
Counselling and support is given for terminal illness, bereavement, marriage guidance, and against interdating, intermarriage and missionaries, all in the strictest confidence. No person is ever turned away from activities due to financial circumstances. No grants are received from head offices in London or New York. Legacies are required to secure the future of our work.
Since 2002, Nefesh B’Nefesh has revitalized Western Aliyah by minimizing the financial, professional, logistical and social obstacles that potential Olim face. The organisation assists Olim throughout the entire Aliyah process, from the planning stage to well beyond arrival, helping ensure their successful absorption into Israeli society. To date, Nefesh B Nefesh has brought over 30,000 Olim, and has helped streamline their Aliyah by offering Employment Resources, Expedited Aliyah Processing, Group Aliyah Flights, Financial Assistance and Post-Aliyah Support Services. Working in close partnership with the Jewish Agency for Israel and the Israeli Government, we expanded our services to the UK in May 2006. Our ability to provide assistance for Olim, who are the lifeblood of the State of Israel, depends on charitable donations and legacies.
01753 388 220
Friends of Progressive Judaism in Israel
(0)20 8211 1023
Friends of Rachashei Lev
020 7330 0000
Friends of Shavei Golah Charitable Foundation
020 8201 6661
Friends of the Federation of Zionist Youth
(0)20 3400 2361
Friends of the Israel Cancer Association
Adelaide House, London Bridge
The Charity raises funds for the Israel Cancer Association (ICA). The ICA plays a prominent national role in the fields of detection, research, treatment and education, supporting oncological institutes, nationwide screening, patient care and information services.
020 7486 0111
Friends of the Israel Opera Trust
020 7993 4857
Friends of the Museum of the Jewish Soldier in WW2
137 Brent Street
Friends of the Sick (Chevrat Bikkur Cholim) provides assistance to the sick and the frail in the Jewish Community. We believe no one should have to cope with illness or old age on their own. We send paid carers to look after our patients; some of them have little or no family support around them. Our approach is informal. We aim to respond promptly to requests for help. Many of our clients cannot afford the cost of our subsidised carers. Please help us make sure no one is turned away because of financial constraints.
020 8800 6017
Friends of Torah V’Emunah
(0)20 3397 3363
Friends of Yad Sarah, London
020 8340 1664
Friends of Yeshivat Shefa (The)
0191 147 2616
Gateshead Talmudical College
01753 364 737
020 8458 1361
General Israel Orphans Home
(0)20 8457 4429
GIFT’s twin objectives are to teach young people to GIVE and to help those in NEED.
Through GIFT, thousands of young people are being inspired to become GIVERS and to make a difference.
GIFT volunteers are helping almost 2000 people in need each week with food parcels and practical help including tutoring for their children, a helping hand after school, and visiting the elderly and infirm in hospitals and care homes.
GIFT run a food rescue programme – distributing over a tonne of fresh and dry food each week; we offer tailor-made Bnei Mitzvah projects and are active in schools across London, Manchester and Jerusalem, teaching and facilitating ‘giving’ and volunteering in a practical and real way.
0141 127 0000
Glasgow Jewish Community Trust
0141 157 8200
Glasgow Jewish Representative Council
Goods for Good
020 8209 2111
(0)20 8202 2860
01202 276 361
Hannah Levy Home
01508 847 002
07802 216 684
Hatzola Northwest Trust
The Holocaust Educational Trust was founded in 1988 during the passage of the War Crimes Act, to raise awareness and understanding about the Holocaust and its contemporary relevance.
We work in schools and higher education institutions, delivering innovative educational and teacher training programmes and producing groundbreaking resources. Through our Lessons from Auschwitz Project we have taken over 30,000 students and teachers to visit the Nazi concentration and death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau. Our aims are to educate every person from every background in the UK about the Holocaust and its contemporary relevance, to teach the history of the Holocaust and to preserve the memory of those who were murdered in the Holocaust and those who survived.
01482 266 375
Hull Jewish Community Care
020 8202 2282
Huntingdon Foundation Ltd
I.D.F. Widows & Orphans (IDFWO) is a non-profit organization established in 1991, as the sole organization recognized by the State of Israel representing the widows and orphans of Israel’s fallen soldiers. Working with over 8000 widows, widowers and orphans, we strive to be the backbone of support that a lost parent or spouse generally provides, offering emotional, social and financial aid, showing those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for Israel that they will never be alone.
We provide representation to Israeli authorities and a variety of much needed welfare programmes to support our orphans through every stage and milestone in their lives.
020 8455 5059
020 7436 1553
Institute for Jewish Policy Research
020 7679 3520
Institute of Jewish Studies
020 7414 0069
Iranian Jewish Centre
01923 369 100
Israel Children’s Centres (The)
07974 481 2782
Israel Diaspora Trust
01923 343 732
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Foundation
020 8203 4195
Israel Special Kids Fund – UK
07974 481 782
Israel-Diaspora Trust (The)
(0)20 8209 3155
Israeli Dance Institute (IDI)
56b Crewys Road
The Israeli Dance Institute (IDI) is a UK educational charity which nurtures the flame of Jewish identity with Israel at its heart, through Israeli dance. We develop special programmes, train teachers and youth leaders, and run classes for new and experienced dancers. We work with teachers in some 30 schools working with over 4,000 children in the UK. We run a major summer course, Machol Europa, which brings teachers and enthusiasts from around the world. More than 18,000 children worldwide, in Jewish communities emerging or distressed, benefit from this programme. We also have four performing groups, from children to adults, which represent the community at communal and interfaith events.
154 Brent Street
For over a century JNF UK has played a vital role in building the land of Israel. In our early years we bought land, planted trees, drained swamps and built the infrastructure of a functioning state.
Today JNF UK has adapted its mission to meet the challenges facing the State of Israel in the 21st Century. Today most of our work takes place in the Negev, the vast desert region in Israel’s south. We build early childhood centres, invest in youth projects, educate underprivileged students and support farmers who need to protect their land. We are turning the Negev green and enriching people’s quality of life.
0161 166 9124
JADDS (Jewish Autistic Deficit Disorders)
020 8952 5253
JAT (formerly Jewish AIDS Trust)
020 7009 9649
JCA Charitable Foundation
Founded by legendary Mayor Teddy Kollek fifty years ago, the Jerusalem Foundation’s mission is to shape a modern, unified and vibrant city by creating opportunities for all of Jerusalem’s population groups. Identifying and funding projects to aid and promote economic growth, education, vulnerable populations, dialogue and shared living, arts and culture, and heritage and preservation.
The Foundation builds philanthropic partnerships and matches donors to worthy projects, preserving the city’s past and laying the groundwork for a dynamic future.
The Jerusalem Foundation – Your share in Jerusalem.
020 8958 5390
Jewish Aged Needy Pension Society
020 8343 4156
Jewish Aid Committee
020 8905 4048
Jewish Association for Business Ethics
020 7323 4000
Jewish Association for the Physically Handicapped
020 8905 3125
Jewish Autism Trust
(0)20 8951 3881
Jewish Bereavement Counselling Service
(0)20 8371 6611
Jewish Blind & Disabled (JBD)
Bittacy Hill, Mill Hill East
Jewish Blind & Disabled is the only charity dedicated to enabling people from the age of eighteen upwards, who have physical disabilities or impaired vision, to live independently with the dignity and choice that are so easy to take for granted.
One in five people in the UK face a diagnosis of disability, with someone going blind every hour. Jewish Blind & Disabled restores their independence and hope for the future through their specially designed developments of state-of-the-art mobility apartments with resident house managers who are on site and on call round the clock, seven days a week.
As an independent charity that does not receive any government funding, Jewish Blind & Disabled is very grateful for your support.
020 8207 2627
Jewish Blind in Israel Association
020 7446 8771
Jewish Book Council
Jewish Child’s Day has been providing support for disabled, neglected, abused and underprivileged Jewish children in the UK, Israel and worldwide for 70 years.
It provides the tangible items required – wheelchairs, life-saving medical equipment, hearing stimulus and special educational materials to name but a few. Jewish Child’s Day also ensures that Jewish children receive the bare essentials such as food and clothing.
Relying entirely on the generosity of the community and receiving neither government nor statutory funding, Jewish Child’s Day grants provide Jewish children throughout the world the chance to make a better life for themselves.
020 8455 0896
Jewish Council for Racial Equality (JCORE)
Woodside Park Road
Fact: almost everyone who reads this will be confronted with the trauma of hearing loss at some time in their lives – or most certainly have a loved one who will. Deafness can totally isolate people from family, friends and colleagues.
For over 60 years, JDA has provided professional, personalised care and support for everyone with a hearing loss. We support families after the devastating diagnosis of their newborn baby’s deafness; provide invaluable support services to help people of all ages adapt to traumatic changes as they lose their hearing, and give compassionate care to older Deaf and Deafblind people – who may have dementia and are vulnerable to abuse and cruelty – through daily life, illness, hospitalisation, bereavement and end-of-life care.
No longer can a one size fits all approach to Jewish education guarantee either successful engagement or continuity of the younger generation. JFT exists in order to present young people with a diverse range of educational opportunities and experiences from which to choose.
Built upon decades of experience in both formal and informal education, JFT organizations represent a broad portfolio of dynamic and innovative initiatives and approaches, each providing a different yet equally compelling and vibrant opportunity to connect. Each organization has a proud track record of success in attracting, educating and inspiring young Jewish people, whilst promoting best practice and non-duplication of resources.
A charitable investment in JFT is a palpable contribution to Jewish continuity that ensures bright Jewish futures for our younger generation.
01707 737 732
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
020 8429 0269
Jewish Helpline (Miyad)
020 7723 5852
Jewish Historical Society of England
020 7266 9966
Jewish Institute for the Blind, Jerusalem
(0)20 8989 8990
Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade
3 Beechcroft Road
London, E18 1LA
Today’s Jewish young people have the energy and enthusiasm to shape and change their world in innovative and exciting ways that simply weren’t possible in previous generations.
Since 1895 the JLGB has trained and developed tens of thousands of young people to reach their potential through active citizenship, within both the Jewish and wider community, empowering them to become future leaders.
Encouraging friendship through achievement, recognition and personal development programmes, such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, the JLGB helps to prepare and enable young Jewish people to develop the essential life skills needed to help their transition from young person to adult life.
Young people represent the best possible investment in the future – help us to help them.
020 8458 4588
Jewish Learning Exchange
020 7250 3300
Jewish Literary Trust
020 8203 6311
Jewish Marriage Council
020 7724 7778
Jewish Memorial Council
020 7284 7384
020 7284 7384
Jewish Museum, The
020 7898 4307
Jewish Music Institute
020 8458 1710
Jewish Rescue and Relief Cttee
020 8455 0692
Jewish Vegetarian and Ecological Society
44a Albert Road
JVN is the one stop shop for Jewish volunteering. We connect Jewish individuals to volunteering opportunities in the Jewish and non-Jewish community to suit their interests, skills, ability and availability and we help charities and community organizations find those volunteers best suited to fill their vacancies, through our advanced matching website, with more bespoke help also available.
In addition to this JVN promotes best practice in all matters volunteering throughout the Jewish community and beyond. We assist at community events that require large numbers of volunteers; provide advice and seminars for volunteer managers; and recognise the efforts of volunteers at our annual Jewish Volunteering Awards.
Think Volunteering Think JVN.
020 8349 7199
Jewish Widows’ and Students’ Aid Trust
Jewish Youth Fund
020 8381 4901
jLiving (Jewish Community Housing Association)
(0)20 8123 5022
020 7266 1073
Judith Trust (The)
London’s state-of-the-art Jewish community and cultural venue, with a 270-seat auditorium, boutique cinema, demonstration kitchen, dance studios, classrooms and Zest, our acclaimed in-house restaurant and bar.
Inclusiveness, encouraging greater understanding between sections of the community or different faiths, and community revitalisation are core principles for JW3.
We are a home for all who are interested in Jewish life – a warm, welcoming, inviting space, in which to gather, be comfortable, meet people, and feel at home. As a charity, every single pound donated makes a tangible difference. Support like yours will help sustain us into the future and keep JW3 diverse, engaging and open to all.
020 8455 8376
0161 179 2327
07950 017 909
Keren Malki UK
020 8202 9689
020 8458 5836
Kesher – The Learning Connection
020 8216 2100
Kisharon transforms the lives of children and adults with a wide range of learning disabilities. It is the only Jewish organization providing education, supported living and a complement of adult services which include an employment programme, social enterprise opportunities and life skills courses. All of which are offered across the community.
At Kisharon we believe equality is everyone’s right, whichever path they take. We provide a structured yet warm and caring environment that ensures every individual can meet their potential to live as independently as possible whilst integrating within the wider community. Please contact us for further information on how you can help or to make a donation.
0800 035 3587
KKL Wills & Inheritance Tax Solicitors
Middx, HA8 4GL
Langdon empowers Jewish youth and adults with learning disabilities to live the independent lives they deserve. We do this by providing them with supported living, employment opportunities, education and a vibrant social life, all within a Jewish ethos.
Through Langdon’s supported living houses in London and Manchester, our members live in their own homes, with the appropriate level of support to meet individual needs. This enables them to gain independence in a safe and secure environment, living as a community within a community.
020 8905 6333
Larches Community/Larches Trust
020 8802 7684
Law of Truth Talmudical College
126 Albert Street
The League of Jewish Women is a long established charity founded in 1943. Our aims are to give service to the communities we live in, and to give hands-on help where there is a need, irrespective of ethnic grouping, gender or religion. We provide volunteer help in many diverse places such as schools, prisons, hospices and day centres.
We work with other organizations such as Macmillan nurses, Witness and Victim Support and Jewish Care. We are the UK affiliate of the International Council of Jewish Women and therefore have worldwide links, and are also affiliated to other national women’s organizations.
01132 248 211
Leeds Jewish Education Board (Talmud Torah)
01132 203 010
Leeds Jewish Housing Association
01132 218 848
Leeds Jewish Welfare Board
At Legadel, we believe that every child deserves to succeed, no matter his/her circumstances. Legadel provides professional support to disadvantaged children in the North West London, Edgware and surrounding Jewish communities that are failing to thrive and succeed at school, and we do this within their school environment.
We offer a pool of resources including speech and language therapy, specialist literacy teaching, specialist maths teaching, occupational therapy and one-to-one key worker support.
Our aim is that these children will be in a better position to fully integrate into school life socially, emotionally and behaviourally; and to see the children thrive as they become able to achieve their full potential!
020 8346 2890
80 East End Road
For 60 years Leo Baeck College has combined inspirational teaching with a commitment to developing rabbis, professionals, and lay leaders who will build sustainable, accessible, and thriving Progressive Jewish communities.
Our 180+ alumni are at the heart of Progressive Judaism — past, present and future.
Our Vision is for a global community that has access to rabbis and educators that can speak to them in a way that they can relate to and grow with.
To make a donation or for more information, please visit our website (see below).
Your investment in us will allow us to invest in the future of the College and in the future of Progressive Judaism in the UK.
020 7580 3493
Leo Baeck Institute
020 7631 9835
020 8458 7965
01865 551 688
Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
020 8455 5938
London Academy of Jewish Studies
020 8349 9160
London Board for Shechita
020 8203 6427
London School of Jewish Studies
020 8905 4141
Lubavitch of Edgware
London, NW4 2BZ
Maccabi GB plays a vital role within the community as the only provider of Jewish sport, health and wellbeing and educational activities in Great Britain. Our varied events engaged over 40,000 people in 2016. Our Community Sports Days, ‘Ability, Not Disability’ Programme and Weekly Sports Clubs demonstrate our ethos of ‘Sport for Everyone’ and our commitment to providing an outlet for Jewish people to get active, regardless of age, gender or ability.
As the governing body of ‘Team Maccabi GB’, we represent the elite of Jewish sportspeople at international sporting events including the Maccabiah, JCC Maccabi Games and European Maccabi Games. We work with our affiliated clubs, sports leagues and the community by providing quality youth projects such as the Leadership Programme and Streetwise.
“Competing for Maccabi GB [at the Maccabiah Games] left me inspired, reaffirmed my Jewish identity and made me determined to do everything I can to ensure our Jewish future for generations.”
Maccabiah Games participant
“Maccabi GB gave our son the chance to go on a ‘standard’ Israel Tour. He took part in so many experiences in an environment where he felt totally secure and valued. He made friends, enhanced his Jewish learning and, most importantly, had so much fun.”
Parents of Daniel, participant of the MGB Challenge Israel Tour 2016 (for young members of the Jewish Community with learning difficulties)
Herts, EN5 3HW
Maccabi London Brady provides quality sports and recreational facilities and opportunities for all. The 50-acre site includes tennis courts, netball courts, a bowls green, a cricket square and seven football pitches. Our all-weather pitch and floodlights, are used on a daily basis by schools and clubs.
Our school holiday schemes attract 100 kids a day; Noah’s Ark Nursery runs from our premises and with Maccabi London Lions and Brady Maccabi fielding over 45 football teams, Maccabi London Brady is already the number one destination for Jewish youth. Our vision is to build a centre for the community, improving our facilities, therefore adding to our activities and training our own leaders.
We actively fundraise, but any donations are greatly appreciated
Harmony Way, off Victoria Way
Magen David Adom is Israel’s only ambulance and medical emergency service. For over 80 years Magen David Adom UK has raised funds for medical equipment, ambulances, bloodmobiles and stations to benefit ALL Israel’s citizens – Arabs, Christians, Druze and Jews. The organisation also collects and supplies 300,000 units of blood each year and is responsible for all Israel’s first aid and pre-hospital medical emergency training. As a member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Magen David Adom works internationally to share its support and expertise with those in need around the world. Magen David Adom is a non-Governmental, not-for-profit organisation that depends on the generosity of supporters like you to save more lives.
020 7287 3830
Malki Foundation uniquely supports thousands of Israeli families who care at home for a child with severe disabilities. We provide them with the means to obtain paramedical therapy sessions (physical, occupational, speech, hydrotherapy, and horse-riding) when Israel’s government-mandated safety net runs out or when, for bureaucratic reasons that no parent can accept, the system says no.
For families in Israel’s peripheral communities where therapists are scarce, our supervised therapists travel directly to the child’s home. Malki Foundation also provides home-care equipment enabling families to keep a child with severe special needs at home rather than succumb to institutionalization for lack of realistic alternatives.
Founded in 2001 by parents who understand the need, we are passionate, efficient, and effective.
0161 183 9879
Manchester Jewish Museum
0161 174 1068
Manchester Jewish Soup Kitchen
March of the Living
020 8455 9063
Medical Aid Committee for Israel
0161 196 4932
020 7386 8312
Memorial Scrolls Trust
Mercazei Yad Layeled
020 8953 6474
0161 144 3533
Morris Feinmann Homes Trust
020 8349 5686
Movement for Reform Judaism
020 3004 8994
(0)20 7724 2266
New Israel Fund
0141 162 2560
(0)20 8673 3495
0161 178 7898
020 3769 3990
07837 997 208
North West London Soup Kitchen
01159 962 038
Nottingham Jewish Housing Association
020 8800 2912
Ohr Hatorah Chassidus Library
020 8458 1700
One Family UK
(0)20 8343 4156
One to One
1 Opal Court, 120 Regents Park Road
Since 1971, on a completely voluntary basis, the Committee has purchased medical equipment for many hospitals in Israel, including the Rambam Medical Centre in Haifa and the Western Galilee Hospital in Nahariya. Wonderful hospitals offering the very best in medical care and expertise.
Commemorative plaques can be affixed to equipment and dedication ceremonies arranged.
Why not celebrate that special simcha by asking friends and family to dedicate their gifts for the purchase of life-saving medical equipment and also to help the disabled to regain their mobility, confidence in their lives and self esteem?
Bequests truly welcomed and all donations appreciated and acknowledged.
(0)20 7446 8520
0161 174 3456
Outreach Community & Residential Services
Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies
The Centre provides Jewish Studies teaching at the University of Oxford from undergraduate to doctoral level, and promotes research into the unique collections of the Bodleian Libraries and its own Muller Library by offering opportunities and facilities for visiting scholars to work and cooperate on research projects each year.
We are solely dependent on private benefactions. The Centre’s Annual Report is available in print on request and in electronic form at: http://www.ochjs.ac.uk
(020) 8203 6427
PaJes (Partnerships for Jewish Schools)
Bereaved, separated, divorced, partner with dementia? Alone and unable to cope? At a time of crisis, The Paperweight Trust provides a trained and personal team of caseworkers who come to you. We deliver :
● a proactive approach to debt management and household expenditure
• intervention with creditors to stabilise the problem.
• correspondence with banks, taxman, councils, utilities.
• a clear route through baffling bureaucracy and benefits.
• help complete forms, including probate.
We can direct clients to legal and accountancy advice. We will act as advocate and review documents for Beis Din or Court, particularly in matters of divorce settlements, Get issues and child contact, drafting in expert opinion when necessary.
02920 048 327
0800 055 3276
Phone and Learn (PAL Charitable Trust)
0800 234 6236
Raphael – The Jewish Counselling Service
020 3621 5464
020 8346 4000
020 8201 0800
(0)20 8455 9579
Rishon Multiple Sclerosis Aid Group
020 8201 8111
SAGE Care for the Elderly
07960 078 603
SAJE (Strategic Alliance for Jewish Education)
020 8458 4720
Save A Child’s
020 8802 3819
Schonfeld Square Foundation
020 8906 4455
Scopus Jewish Educational Trust
0141 332 4911
Scottish Jewish Archives Centre
(0)20 8958 0820
020 7289 2573
Sephardi Centre (The)
Combining 116 years of compassionate care with advanced medicine, Shaare Zedek is known as much for the dedication and commitment of its medical teams as it is for its fourteen internationally acclaimed centres of medical excellence. Patients have nicknamed Shaare Zedek the ‘Hospital with a Heart’.
With close to 100 departments serving more than half a million patients annually, it is the fastest growing hospital in the region and continues to respond to the needs of Jerusalem’s uniquely diverse population. The hospital does not, however, receive any government funding for equipment or development.
Shaare Zedek’s friends in the UK play a crucial role in enabling the hospital to maintain and develop its ‘Innovative medicine in the heart of Jerusalem’
020 8202 4005
Shatnez Centre Trust
020 3670 1818
020 8211 0901
Side by Side
Woodford Bridge Road
Essex, 1G4 5LN
The Fund, established in honour of the late Dr I Sidney Gold, first President of the Redbridge Jewish Youth & Community Centre, promotes the Doris and Sidney Gold/RAGS Scholarships. The driving concerns of his life were young people, Israel and Jewish community service and appropriately these scholarships combine all three elements. Selected Jewish students in the Essex area are assisted in funding a pre-university year on an approved study and training course in Israel with the understanding that they have a commitment to future communal involvement. The scheme’s success over nearly two decades has been the number of the Scholars who have become deeply involved in community leadership. Extra funds will enable more worthy young people to be assisted.
020 3372 5768
Sidney Gold Community Trust Fund
020 8455 7569
Society for Jewish Study
020 8800 6687
Society of Friends of the Torah
020 7723 9991
020 7404 6559
(0)15 1724 3260
Stapely Residential and Nursing Home
020 7446 8670
State of Israel Bonds
97 Stamford Hill
Step by Step supports children and young people with moderate/severe disabilities by providing fun, sport/recreational activities whilst offering respite for their families almost every day of the year. Our mission is to grant every disabled child with a happy, healthy productive childhood.
We are there for them every day after school and whenever school is closed. Our services include after school sports: swimming, horse-riding, ice-skating, music, cycling and creative arts, three full-day Sunday Clubs for children and adolescents, holiday play schemes, half-term trips, residential shabbatonim and a week-long winter camp.
We aim to improve children’s physical skills, social skills, emotional health and future independence through our projects. The essential respite provided for parents and siblings ensures happier home environments.
0191 149 0195
Sunderland Talmudical College and Yesh
(0)20 7724 7434
Supporters of Israel’s Dependants
020 7112 4848
020 7486 0111
Talia Trust UK
Technion UK supports Technion in Haifa, which is ranked among the world’s top ten science and technology universities. We provide funds for scholarships, labs, faculty recruitment and more.
With three Nobel Laureates, 10,500 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate students Technion has earned a global reputation for its work in nanotechnology, life sciences, defence and more. Technion is one of a handful of science and technology universities that also has a medical school. Notable research achievements include Iron Dome, Azilect to treat Parkinson Disease and the Cancer Sniffing Nose
Multinational technology giants, including Google, Microsoft & Apple have set up operations in Israel, mainly on and around the Technion campus due to its research power and trained graduates.
020 7813 1932
Tel Aviv Foundation
The Tel Aviv University Trust supports Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel’s most prestigious and comprehensive institution of higher learning. TAU represents Israel at its best – dynamic, innovative and forward-looking.
With about 30,000 students in total, the University offers 128 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities and arts together with Israel’s biggest and most influential medical teaching and research complex. The University’s 1,000 senior faculty members conduct some 3,500 projects annually at 400 laboratories.
The University is recognised and celebrated internationally for creating an innovation and entrepreneurship culture on campus that generates inventions, start-ups and economic and social development in Israel. For the 3rd year running, TAU was ranked among the top 10 schools in the world for producing graduates that found successful VC-backed companies (Pitchbook 2016).
020 8912 1212
Tikva’s core mission is to care for the homeless, abandoned and abused Jewish children of Odessa, Ukraine. Tikva provides a loving home, essential social services, a quality education, while revitalising the growing Jewish community of Odessa, and provides an opportunity for a brighter future through immigration to Israel. The lives of more than 3,000 men, women, and children have changed significantly through programmes including the Tikva Boys’ and Girls’ Homes, which cares for 160 children aged six to sixteen, an Infants’ Home for 40 children, a university dormitory catering for 110 students, a Day Care Centre for 125 children and primary and secondary schools, teaching over 750 Jewish children from Tikva’s homes and the Odessa region.
The Together Plan works with communities in the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe teaching skills for self-sufficiency. The charity is helping to regenerate Judaism in the Former Soviet Union through youth and education programmes and heritage and cemetery projects.
The Together Plan operates a humanitarian aid project, which is a tangible community building tool helping the most socially and economically vulnerable members of communities. Clothes, shoes, toys, ‘Judaica’ and computers can be donated in London and are dispatched to the FSU.
The Together Plan is a charity in action working TOGETHER with communities for a self-sustainable future.
020 8802 6853
Trust for the Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries in Europe
020 3603 8120
020 8458 0416
Tzivos Hashem UK
UJIA is the Israel charity. We take responsibility in developing a strong British Jewry that builds a lifelong connection to Israel. We connect UK youth to Israel through innovative educational programmes that work alongside our projects in Israel, to support the most vulnerable in society.
020 7724 6060
UK Friends of Awis
Schneider Children’s Medical Center of Israel is a paediatric tertiary care hospital, providing medical care from birth to age eighteen.
Since its inception in 1991, Schneider Children’s has made an indelible contribution to Israeli healthcare and is Israel’s leading children’s hospital in the fields of bone marrow and organ transplants; endocrinology and diabetes; oncology, and cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery. The Medical Center has the busiest emergency room in the country, and has pioneered advanced surgical, therapeutic and research protocols.
Schneider Children’s treats children in Israel and from neighbouring countries, serving as a ‘bridge to peace’ in the region.
01923 335 117
UK Friends of the Abraham Fund Initiatives
020 3176 0048
UK Jewish Film
020 8444 0777
UK Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel
(0)20 7424 3288
Union of Jewish Students
020 8802 6226
Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations
020 8209 0159
United Hatzalah Israel (British Friends)
020 8343 8989
University Jewish Chaplaincy is the premier rabbinical campus service in the UK, providing official representation for Jewish students on religious matters in over 100 campuses. Our nineteen chaplains also provide extensive home hospitality, pastoral support on a host of welfare issues, and original Jewish education.
A main part of our charitable organization’s remit involves working collaboratively with local Jewish communities and organizations across the country to plan and develop for the future of Jewish student life.While students come and go, Chaplaincy ensures that the infrastructure is in place year-after-year, providing consistency and stability in the ever-changing university environment.
Our chaplains and chaplaincy couples are there for all Jewish students to provide a warm, non-judgmental, vibrant, inclusive and inspiring Jewish environment on campus.
Weizmann UK supports and raises awareness of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. It is one of the world’s highest ranking multidisciplinary scientific research institutes. Its dedicated scientists are working on over a thousand projects ranging from Alzheimer’s to astrophysics, from cancer to computer science, from nutrition to nanotechnology. They are following their curiosity to make discoveries that aim to solve humanity’s greatest challenges.
Our role at Weizmann UK is to fundraise to support the Institute’s invaluable work and communicate its scientific breakthroughs. We promote collaboration between the Institute and UK Universities and we encourage sixth-form students to take part in the Institute’s educational programmes. We host events to fundraise for and show-case the extraordinary work of the Weizmann Institute.
020 7723 7246
Western Charitable Foundation
020 7636 7247
Wiener Library Endowment Appeal
020 7435 8921
Wingate Institute Charitable Trust
020 8346 6215
Wingate Youth Trust
(0)12 2374 1048
020 8371 3280
54 Crewys Road
World Jewish Relief is the UK Jewish community’s international humanitarian agency.
The expertise that we have developed over more than 80 years means that we tackle Jewish poverty, primarily in the Former Soviet Union, and reach beyond our community.
We create opportunities for those out of work or living with disability to become self-reliant; we meet the physical and emotional needs of older people; and we respond to the immediate and longer-term recovery needs of those affected by catastrophic disasters worldwide.
We work through trusted local partners, enabling individuals and communities to support themselves.
We do all of this as an expression of the Jewish ethos to: ‘Anticipate charity by preventing poverty’ (Maimonides).
020 7446 8500
020 8455 8394
Yad Eliezer Trust
9 Burroughs Gardens
Yad Vashem UK Foundation endeavours to support and publicise the memorialisation and educational resources of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. Its principal aims are to raise funds for Yad Vashem, which is only partly funded by the Israeli government, to initiate, develop and maintain educational programmes for Holocaust studies in the UK, and to raise public awareness of the Holocaust.
Through its Guardian of the Memory project, Yad Vashem UK Foundation aims to ensure that every named Jewish victim has a memorial candle lit in their memory on Yom HaShoah and Holocaust Memorial Day.
Yad Voezer is a helping hand for people with learning disabilities and their families. It manages:
• Three Registered Residential Care Homes
• Three Supported Housing projects
• A Day Programme
• Clubs & leisure activities
• Family Support
• Soap Workshop
020 8457 1118
Yakar Educational Foundation
34 Arcadia Avenue
For many reasons, thousands of children are unable to be cared for by their family, with many referred to Youth Aliyah Villages through social services. Some live in squalor, some are being abused, and for others, personal or political circumstances mean they cannot have the childhood home they deserve. Whatever the reason, our Villages welcome these children and give them love, attention, security and additional care.
Youth Aliyah Child Rescue raises funds for five essential Villages plus two innovative programmes, including ‘Derech Kfar’ – ‘The Village Way’. This programme enables other villages and schools to benefit from our successful expertise and knowledge in supporting and caring for ‘at-risk’ children and providing them with the tools to go from ‘survival to leadership’.
020 8211 1722
020 8906 1318
(0)20 8731 8150
Zichron Menachem UK
Suppose you are a parent whose child has been diagnosed with cancer and your whole world has come to an end. Suppose you are a boy or girl, suddenly in pain and discomfort, being examined and prodded by doctors, living in hospital away from your family and friends. Now relax because there is a loving, caring organization that can bring hope out of despair. The therapeutic effect of all that Zichron Menachem does, including its Jerusalem Day Centre and camps in the UK and Holland has to be seen to be believed. ZM services are available to all Israeli families.
We cannot take the sickness away from the child but Zichron Menachem takes the child away from the sickness.