The latest news from Jewish Care in the press.
07 Nov 2019
More than 800 people gathered at Grosvenor House yesterday for the Jewish Care’s Topland Group Business Lunch, which raised over £320,000 to support Jewish Care’s vital services.
31 Oct 2019
Jewish Care is marking Occupational Therapy Week, 4-10 November to recognise and celebrate the incredible impact of Occupational Therapists
28 Oct 2019
Etz Chaim Year 4 children were joined by teachers and parents in a celebration of Succot that included residents at Clore Manor home.
24 Oct 2019
During Rosh Hashanah, everyone came together to prepare with the residents, their relatives, staff and volunteers at Jewish Care homes and community centres.
16 Oct 2019
On Sunday, 13 October, eight runners took part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon, running 13.1 miles through four of London's Royal Parks and raising £6000 for Jewish Care.
08 Oct 2019
Two residents from Jewish Care's Sidney Corob House in West Hampstead have become volunteers at their local Cancer Research Shop.
27 Sep 2019
Residents, staff and volunteers together with members of the community, recently celebrated the opening of the new activity room at Jewish Care’s Sidney Corob House for people with mental health needs.
18 Sep 2019
Jewish Care’s Hyman Fine House in Brighton is now the 46th care home in the UK to become an Eden Alternative home and is the second Jewish Care home to receive this prestigious recognition after Jewish Care’s Kun Mor & George Kiss home.
11 Sep 2019
On 9th September, 60 golfers and 20 professionals teed off for the 42nd Pro Am Golf Tournament at Dyhram Park Country Club, raising a total of £40,000.
15 Aug 2019
Eli Abt, a recently retired Chartered architect and planning consultant, is due to undertake a 13,000 foot Tandem skydive with an instructor on Sunday 25 August.
14 Aug 2019
Jewish Care’s Chief Executive, Daniel Carmel-Brown reported for work at 7:45am on his third (half) shift as a carer at one of Jewish Care’s 10 care homes
06 Aug 2019
Jewish Care has gone back to school. Emma Shrimsley reports on a new approach that’s being piloted to increasing independence, self-esteem and meaning in the lives of residents living with dementia in our homes.