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12 Queens Road
Camp Simcha exists to help all Jewish children and their families whatever their level of observance. We support children with over 50 different conditions in these categories: Life threatening illness: including cancer, genetic conditions, heart problems, complex surgery, uncontrolled epilepsy or muscular dystrophy.
Life changing conditions: including serious muscular and skeletal conditions, neurofibromatosis, Type 1 Diabetes, severe Crohn’s disease and Colitis.
Premature and sick babies: We provide 24/7 bespoke, personal help to families who have the heartache 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, of the whole family, parents, siblings and grandparents; everyone who must shoulder the burden.
0330 822 0321
Campaign Against Antisemitism
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 Charity Limited, 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, over 719 babies have been born to couples supported by Chana.
Chazak is a dynamic community-based organization; our goal is to offer an array of programming that is fresh, relevant and exciting to London’s Sephardic community and beyond.
Our aim is to work in collaboration with other community-based organizations, schools and synagogues.
We appeal to all ages with content that is engaging and interactive, ensuring that age-old and sacred traditions find resonance with current, 21st century Jews living in the modern world. To date, we have reached tens of thousands of Jews and continue to enrich the London community with inimitable passion.
020 8800 0008
Cheer Up Squad (The)
(0)20 8800 7494
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.
CST does not charge for any of its services and is almost entirely dependent on charitable donations in order to cover its costs.