Over the next 10 years, Jewish Care will need over £100m to care for vulnerable people. We are relying on at least £40m of this sum being donated by generous supporters in our community.
All our existing buildings as well as our new developments exceed health and safety requirements and are warm, modern, bright and inviting. We spend more than £1m a year on our ongoing maintenance and refurbishment programme alone.
A new Care Campus in Stanmore
Our largest project and probably our most ambitious to date is the development of a care campus on the site of The Princess Alexandra Home in Stanmore.
The £47 million project will aim to create a unique care campus with a range of services to meet the needs and desires of older people in the local community. A new 64 bed nursing and dementia residential care home will sit alongside Assisted Living Studios and 48 Independent Living one and two bedroom apartments. The site will also house a day care facility, a restaurant, synagogue, shop, hairdresser, and leisure and well-being facilities for the residents and visitors to enjoy on a daily basis.
The project will be delivered in phases. The first phase, the building of a new care home, is underway. Current residents will then move into the new home before the full demolition of the existing home takes place, and the second phase of the building works, the development of independent living apartments, begins.
As with other recently built care homes, the new home in Stanmore will be arranged in a ‘cluster model’ with 16 bedrooms sharing a home-style kitchen, dining room and living space. This design gives residents the opportunity to develop more individual relationships with residents and staff teams alike.
New to the Jewish Care offering will be the suite of Assisted Living Studios designed to provide a bridge between care home living and Independent Living.
All residents as well as members of the community will be able to make good use of the communal facilities that campus living provides.
With no government funding available for the development of new resources, the total cost of this project will need to be met through fundraising efforts. To date, thanks to the generosity of individuals and families in the community, over 75% of the cost of the project has been pledged. Fundraising efforts are continuing to ensure the entire cost of the project can be met.
If you are interested in supporting this development, please contact Daniel Carmel-Brown on 020 8922 2765. If you have general questions about the development email firstname.lastname@example.org
The redevelopment of Redbridge Jewish Community Centre
The Redbridge Jewish Community Centre at Sinclair House has been a focal part of the local community for over 45 years. The centre offers a range of activities and services for people of all ages from the very young to the older and vulnerable people in the community.
Despite a previous planning application rejection, Jewish Care are committed to the redevelopment of the Centre and its services in the local area. The demographics of the community are changing rapidly, and we are using data along with insights to develop a revised plan that will ensure Jewish Care delivers a range of services to meet needs and aspirations of the Redbridge and Essex community. We hope to have revised plans to share this with the local community in 2019.
Form of notice
Charity: MAITLAND R JOSEPH BEQUEST (802559-11)
The Commission proposes to make a Scheme (a legal document) for this charity. The Scheme will provide the charity with a new purpose.
The purpose will be for the relief of elderly in need, in particular by providing specially designed or adapted housing.
Once the purposes have changed the plan is to use the bequest to help fund a ‘care campus’ in Stanmore on the site of Jewish Care’s Princess Alexandra Home.
A copy of the Scheme can be seen at www.charitycommission.gov.uk/our-regulatory-work/how-to-comment-on-a-scheme/schemes-and-orders/ (If you cannot access this please call our contact centre on 0300 066 9197)
Comments or representations on these proposals can be made to the Commission within one month from [12/03/2018]by completing the form on our website. Please quote NJ/802559/Charity Services.
Wohl Court, Hendon Independent Living Scheme
Jewish Care has been granted planning permission by Borough of Barnet to redevelop the former Ella & Ridley Jacobs Care Home in Hendon into 32 one and two bedroom independent living apartments for older people in the community.
With growing numbers of older people with support needs wanting to live in their own home this is the first of several independent living schemes the organisation is planning in the coming years. Works are expected to begin later this year.
We hope to see residents moving into this fantastic new development in the heart of Hendon by the end of the year.
Kun Mor and George Kiss Home
A new Jewish Care home in a unique setting – Opened Summer 2015 Kun Mor and George Kiss Home has 48 en-suite bedrooms set over 3 floors, with an open plan living area on each floor consisting of a fully kosher compliant kitchen, a large farmhouse kitchen table, a dining area and a lounge.
Built with the latest technology, Jewish Care’s aim is to support a person’s independence and to enhance the provision of quality care.
The home is set in a community hub, The Betty and Asher Loftus Centre in Friern Barnet, a unique care community which includes two other residential homes, a day centre and communal facilities including a café, shop and synagogue. People living there will benefit from a varied programme of activities and services available to the entire Betty and Asher Loftus Centre community.
The first to move in will be residents of Jewish Care’s Ella and Ridley Jacobs House in Hendon who are relocating to the new purpose built home. The remaining rooms are expected to be in high demand, those interested are encouraged to contact Jewish Care to register interest.
To register your interest:
Contact Helen on 020 8922 2136 or or email HKamperis@jcare.org.
The Betty and Asher Loftus Centre
The Betty and Asher Loftus Centre (BALC) in Friern Barnet is a unique care community which includes three residential homes, a day centre and communal facilities including a café, shop and synagogue. People living there can benefit from a varied programme of activities and services available to the entire Betty and Asher Loftus Centre community. A site where cross-generational interaction is encouraged and everyone currently already living or working on the site can benefit. The latest development to the site is the Kun Mor and George Kiss home which opened in summer 2015.
For more information:
Contact Jewish Care's property director Ian Grimes on 020 8922 2505 or email email@example.com.
Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus
A residential, nursing and dementia care home and 45 apartments for supported living in Golders Green. The building also houses a community centre for older people and our head office.
Costing in the region of £40m, the campus provides integrated care and support in the heart of our community. The people who live in the extra care apartments, the care home residents, staff and the local community are all able to share the wide range of facilities.
The campus comprises:
Selig Court Independent Living apartments
Otto Schiff care home
Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre
Amélie House, Head Office