Charities by Category: Religious
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.”
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
(0)20 7724 2266
New Israel Fund
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
Combining 115 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’
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.
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.