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020 7435 0243
FD-UK (Familial Dysautonomia)
FJRO was created in1919 and in the last ten years has developed numerous projects in Israel in cooperation with The Jaffa Institute (education for children from problematic backgrounds) and providing food and clothing for deprived families; the Forgotten People Fund (supporting the Ethiopian community with education and equipment), and sponsoring The Juludan Research Prize for the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology). It makes a number of other donations to charities in Israel and England, particularly for Norwood and the Jewish Community Secondary School. FJRO is 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
0161 505 0203
Feinmann Trust (The)
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.
0800 075 7200
Friends of Nefesh B’Nefesh
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 7292 2060
Friends of the Israel Cancer Association
Almack House, 26-28 King Street
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 helpers to look after our patients who, sometimes, have little or no family support around them. Our approach is informal and we aim to respond promptly to requests for help.
Some clients cannot afford to pay in full towards the cost of our subsidised services. Please help us make sure no one is turned away because of financial constraints.