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(+972) 3 6918403
I.D.F. Widows & Orphans Organisation
020 8455 5059
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
The Israel Guide Dog Centre was established in 1991 to provide trained guide dogs for anyone who is blind or has vision-loss and produces over 30 life-changing partnerships every year. The unique bond between dog and partner brings companionship, confidence and ultimately independence for the partner, helping them to cope with day-to-day activities, employment, education, social events and travel.
In addition to this we are now contracted by the Israel Ministry of Defence to provide specially-trained service dogs for IDF veterans suffering from the debilitating effects of post-traumatic stress disorder. And we also enable children with autism-related issues to have a higher quality of life by providing them with emotional support dogs, helping them to engage with the world around them.
We provide all our services free of charge but we could not do this without charitable donations from donors in Israel and around the world. Please help us to continue our vital work.
01923 343 732
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Foundation
020 8203 4195
Israel Special Kids Fund – UK
07974 481 782
Israel-Diaspora Trust (The)
Israeli Dance Institute (IDI)
116 Ballards Lane
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.