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0161 166 9124
JADDS (Jewish Autistic Deficit Disorders)
JAT (formerly Jewish AIDS Trust)
020 7009 9649
JCA Charitable Foundation
Founded by legendary Mayor Teddy Kollek over fifty years ago the Jerusalem Foundation’s mission is to shape a modern, unified and vibrant city by creating opportunities for all of Jerusalem’s population groups. Identifying and funding projects to aid and promote economic growth, education, vulnerable populations, dialogue and shared living, arts and culture, and heritage preservation. The Foundation builds philanthropic partnerships and matches donors to worthy projects, preserving the city’s past and laying the groundwork for a dynamic future.
The Jerusalem Foundation – Your share in Jerusalem.
020 8958 5390
Jewish Aged Needy Pension Society
020 8343 4156
Jewish Aid Committee
020 8905 4048
Jewish Association for Business Ethics
020 7323 4000
Jewish Association for the Physically Handicapped
020 8905 3125
Jewish Autism Trust
(0)20 8951 3881
Jewish Bereavement Counselling Service
(0)20 8371 6611
Jewish Blind & Disabled (JBD)
Bittacy Hill, Mill Hill East
Jewish Blind & Disabled is celebrating 50 years as the only Jewish charity enabling people from the age of 18 upwards, who have physical disabilities or impaired vision, to live independently with dignity and choice. And Jewish Blind & Disabled is currently planning for the next 50 years, not only through their specially designed developments of state-of-the-art mobility apartments with support on site and on call 24/7, but also through their brand new Independent Living Advisory Service. This will, for the very first time, take the organization’s expertise to people living out in the community.
As an independent charity that does not receive any government funding, Jewish Blind & Disabled is very grateful for your support.
020 8207 2627
Jewish Blind in Israel Association
020 7446 8771
Jewish Book Council
Jewish Child’s Day has been providing support for disabled, neglected, abused and underprivileged Jewish children in the UK, Israel and worldwide for 70 years.
It provides the tangible items required – wheelchairs, life-saving medical equipment, hearing stimulus and special educational materials to name but a few. Jewish Child’s Day also ensures that Jewish children receive the bare essentials such as food and clothing.
Relying entirely on the generosity of the community and receiving neither government nor statutory funding, Jewish Child’s Day grants provide Jewish children throughout the world the chance to make a better life for themselves.
020 8908 4151
020 8455 0896
Jewish Council for Racial Equality (JCORE)
Woodside Park Road
Most of us will eventually face the trauma of hearing loss – or will already have a loved one who is.
With your help, we can ensure vulnerable deaf and deafblind people are given lifelong care and support.
With your help, we can help more people adapt to traumatic changes as they lose their hearing.
With your help, we can be an ongoing support and inspiration to families – right from the devastating diagnosis of their baby’s deafness.
For over 65 years JDA has been a specialist community lifeline, enabling people living with deafness to cope with whatever challenges life brings. We receive no statutory funding and depend on legacies and donations to sustain our wide range of specialist services within the Jewish community and beyond.
Our considered response to the ever growing challenge of Jewish engagement is Jewish Futures: a singular strategic platform that creates and unites diverse educational organisations and initiatives, propelling each to ensure a future where every single Jew is meaningfully engaged.
To date and through our combined efforts, we continue to make a measurable and real impact on the shape of the Jewish community in the UK. Built upon decades of Jewish educational experience, Jewish Futures organizations represent a broad portfolio of dynamic and innovative initiatives and programmes. Each organization has a proud record of success in attracting, educating and inspiring young Jewish people.
A charitable investment in Jewish Futures is a palpable contribution to Jewish continuity that ensures bright Jewish futures.
01707 737 732
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
020 7723 5852
Jewish Historical Society of England
020 7266 9966
Jewish Institute for the Blind, Jerusalem
020 7443 5131
(0)20 8989 8990
Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade
The Jewish Learning Exchange in the heart of Golders Green has now enthused the hearts and minds of thousands of young Jews for over 30 years! Our educational approach is to share a deeper meaning and greater relevance of Judaism in a way which creates a lasting impression in the everyday lives of our students. Our vision is to continue to inspire Young Jews across the UK through learning and education making Judaism relevant and meaningful in the 21st Century.
Our programmes in schools, on campus and with young professionals continue to make a meaningful difference to thousands of Jewish lives. Your support will ensure we can affect thousands more for many years to come!
020 3375 6248
020 7250 3300
Jewish Literary Trust
020 8203 6311
Jewish Marriage Council
020 7724 7778
Jewish Memorial Council
Albert Street, London
The Jewish Museum London has an important mission – to surprise, delight and engage all people, irrespective of background or faith, in the history, identity and culture of Jews in Britain. We achieve this through exhibitions, collections and learning programmes, drawing on the Jewish experience as a focus for exploring ideas in our multicultural society.
Celebrating cultural difference and the vast contribution of migrants in Britain more widely, our award winning schools programme promotes tolerance and celebrates diversity, and the museum welcomes around 16,000 school children every year.
The museum’s vision is of a world where cultural diversity and the contribution of minority communities are explored, valued and celebrated, for the enrichment of society as a whole.
020 7898 4307
Jewish Music Institute
020 8458 1710
Jewish Rescue and Relief Cttee
020 8455 0692
Jewish Vegetarian and Ecological Society
44a Albert Road
Using its state-of-the-art website, JVN connects volunteers to volunteering opportunities that suit their skills, interests and availability. It also runs several programmes to encourage and support volunteering in the community, such as the Supported Volunteering Project to assist those with extra support needs to volunteer. JVN is in touch with over 300 charities, providing from long-term regular to one-off volunteering opportunities, enabling anyone to help their community, whatever their schedule looks like.
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, JVN has recently been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The equivalent of an MBE and the highest honour charities can receive, the Award is given to voluntary organisations deemed to be outstanding in their field.
Think Volunteering, Think JVN.
020 8349 7199
Jewish Widows’ and Students’ Aid Trust
020 8381 4901
jLiving (Jewish Community Housing Association)
(0)20 8158 5123
154 Brent Street
For over 100 years, JNF UK has played an integral part in Israel’s development, supporting every area of Israeli life – from planting trees to infrastructure projects, employment opportunities to empowering the less able and underprivileged. We have built educational institutions, invested in youth programmes, provided for people with special needs and brought life to remote desert towns. JNF UK is committed to Israel’s future and continuity in Israel-Diaspora relations.
In this generation, Jewish continuity, engagement and commitment cannot be taken for granted. Studies have shown that immersive Jewish educational experiences have enduring impact on the life choices of young people.
Jroots exists in order to facilitate impactful Jewish travel experiences to places of historic significance worldwide. Jroots has a track record of success in engendering a powerful sense of Jewish pride and communal responsibility amongst its students. The flagship Jroots Poland trip has been adopted by schools, student groups and communities nationwide as the gold standard of Jewish informal educational experiences. Over 70 groups each year participate on such life-changing journeys, often involving subsidies of over £500 per student.