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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
For the past 25 years Aish UK has aimed to inspire a deeper connection to Judaism and to ensure a vibrant future for the Jewish people. Through diverse educational opportunities, immersive experiences and enduring relationships we share the wisdom and beauty of Jewish faith, practice and community – connecting with as many young Jews as we can, whatever their background, from when they are about to leave home until they build their own.
Today, Aish UK operates eight full time branches and provides educational opportunities at over eighteen schools, fifteen universities and six young professional hubs around the country, reaching and impacting thousands of young Jews each year. We also regularly distribute educational and video content through magazine publications, online and through our social media channels.
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
ATFC are a UK-based charity currently providing therapy to 51 children per week across seventeen Jewish primary schools within the Greater London area, with several schools on a waiting list. We also have a number of children waiting for sessions in our current schools. We see a wide range of vulnerable children with various issues including: ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder); ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder); emotional, physical or sexual abuse; mental health; parental divorce, and looked-after children (LAF).
Each child receives up to 30 sessions over the course of the academic year. ATFC takes referrals directly from each school’s SENCO, the person with the best knowledge of which children are in urgent need of emotional support within their school