Charities by Category: Elderly
220 Green Lanes
Founded in 1994, the Clothing Collection Fund is a non-profit making organization. Proceeds from the sale of clothes and other donated goods are given to charities. Food parcels are distributed to the elderly and needy in the area. Sedarim are arranged and local projects are supported, helping handicapped children with learning disabilities. Good quality, unwanted clothing, bric-a-brac, toys, office/computer equipment and books are all required and we will be pleased to collect.
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.
Woodside Park Road
Most of us will eventually face the trauma of hearing loss. But with your help we can:
• Support families – from the devastating diagnosis of their baby’s deafness – and enable a new generation of deaf children to fulfil their potential and flourish
• Rescue older people living in care homes from isolation and loneliness and enable them to chat, join in activities and enjoy their final years
• Give lifelong care and support to vulnerable deaf and deafblind people
• Help more people to adapt to traumatic changes as they lose their hearing.
JDA uniquely enables people living with deafness to cope with whatever challenges life brings –. We receive no statutory funding and depend on legacies and donations to provide a lifeline for Jewish community and beyond.
154 Brent Street
For 120 years, JNF UK has played an integral part in Israel’s development, strengthening every area of Israeli life – from investing in infrastructure projects and employment opportunities to empowering the less able and underprivileged. We have built educational institutions, helped youth programmes, provided for people with special needs and brought life to remote desert towns. None of this would be possible without the ongoing support of the Jewish community for both Israel and JNF UK.
The League of Jewish Women is a long established charity founded in 1943. Our aims are to give service to the communities we live in, and to give hands-on help where there is a need, irrespective of ethnic grouping, gender or religion. We provide volunteer help in many diverse places such as schools, prisons, hospices and day centres. We work with other organizations such as Macmillan nurses, Witness and Victim Support and Jewish Care. We are the UK affiliate of the International Council of Jewish Women and therefore have worldwide links and are also affiliated to other national women’s organizations.
Nightingale Hammerson is a leading specialist of care for older members of the Jewish community.
Our homes, Nightingale House in Clapham and Hammerson House in Hampstead, offer residential, nursing, dementia and palliative care, supported by skilled and dedicated care teams. As an established UK charity, we have provided care for over 180 years.
There is a forward thinking approach to innovation within our care, which incorporate a Relationship Centred Care model. This encompasses residents’ relationships with others, including their family and care team.
Supporting our outstanding care, we offer a vibrant and varied engagement programme, creating a wonderful home for living. As such, Nightingale Hammerson has been a provider of first-class care for generations of Jewish families.