As inflation rises and Yom Tov approaches, lots of us are examining our spending. Cutting our splurges. Postponing luxuries, perhaps.
Join our full year campaign! When you buy a shtar, the farmer knows that Klal Yisroel will take care of his family. You ensure that he can confidently commit to observing Shmitah. You become a full partner in his land
K’hal Nesiv HaTorah’s magnificent new building will house a unique Makom Torah that transcends the traditional concepts of a shul or yeshiva.
The Passaic Chill (“The Chill”) is a community based drop-in center founded in 2013 to service local teens and youth who are struggling.
!עניי עירך קודמין - Help struggling local families with shoes and clothes for their kids this Yom Tov. Please support this vital cause generously.
Yeshivas Mir Yerushalayim, one of the largest yeshivos in the world, occupies an entire neighborhood in Yerushalayim.
Brighton’s Middle Street Synagogue is recognised as one of the most beautiful in the country.
We are currently in the midst of the biggest Aliyah wave in 25 years, and we have 36 hours to make a difference.
?לבנות או לא להיות! מכירים את המשפט הזה
Prevent – Support – Empower. Keren provides practical and emotional support to girls aged 12-24 from the Manchester orthodox Jewish community.
Theodora Children’s Charity is a national charity working to reduce the emotional impact which illness, disability, and serious health challenges has on children in hospital through our unique Giggle Doctor Programme.
THIS IS NOT JUST ANOTHER CAMPAIGN...... We are in a state of emergency! With war in Ukraine in full force, we must ensure that we have the means to rescue as many people as possible from real and immediate threat to their lives. 927 people are being looked after by Tikva in Romania. 350 of this group are children. We need ongoing funding to continue to support their basic needs be that for food, clothing, shelter or medication. Additionally , your support is still needed to help Tikva SAVE LIVES by evacuating women, children and elderly from war torn Ukraine. WE HAVE EVACUATED 3327 PEOPLE! We continue to evacuate more and more people each day. The Tikva teams are working around the clock, sending rescue buses to ensure that no one is left behind. We will not rest until every remaining person who can get out, reaches safety. Not everyone can be evacuated however, we continue to support 106 children and their families in Odessa as well as 136 elderly people, providing food packages and medication on a weekly basis. Two truck-loads of humanitarian aid has been sent from London and the contents is being distributed directly to those in need. At this stage funds are needed across the following areas: • Get medication to Ukraine • Funding the evacuation buses – each one, including security costs $18,000 • Daily costs in for the community in Romania have reached $73,000 THE TOTAL EVACUTATION COSTS TO DATE IS $3.2M and are rising. The need is great and Tikva is doing all it can to support and help as many as possible. This is only made possible with your ongoing help and support. Thank you.
Together, we can help more babies, children and young people make the most of every day.
Our goal is that every child Emunah helps is able to realise their full potential and become well balanced, independent contributing members of society.
At Langdon, we support hundreds of adults and young people with learning disabilities and autism across the UK, by empowering our Members to live their very best lives independently and be their best, true selves.
At Dorothy House, we believe every life is incredibly precious, and no-one should face death alone.
Forget Me Not Children's HospiceOur vision is to deliver pioneering care through pregnancy, childhood and loss, whenever families need us, whatever their future holds.
Across London potential is everywhere. In every home, on every street, in every borough. From the affluent suburbs to inner-city estates. The difference is that some young people get every opportunity to explore their potential. Others don’t.
The UK has one of the lowest rates of social mobility amongst OECD countries. This means that children growing up in poverty are less likely to achieve in school, to attend university, and to find productive employment as adults.
Beis Meir Yehuda was originally founded in 2016, and started off as a local minyan for friday night and motzei shabbos tefillos.