The latest news from Jewish Care in the press.
10 Oct 2021
Nine runners ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon through London’s parks and past the city’s landmarks for Jewish Care on Sunday 11 October raising over £12,500 to help support older people in the community across London and the South East.
06 Oct 2021
Tracy-Ann Oberman awarded Jewish Care’s Woman of Distinction Award, Claudia Roden awarded Lifetime Achievement Award
04 Oct 2021
After nearly two years of waiting to run the Virgin Money London Marathon, five runners from Barnet have already raised almost £22 for Jewish Care, to go towards the vital support that the charity provides to older people in the community.
01 Oct 2021
After nearly two years of waiting to run the Virgin Money London Marathon, five runners from Barnet have already raised over £14,000 between them for Jewish Care.
14 Sep 2021
11 year old Evie has delivered gift packages to Holocaust survivors with the poem she wrote as part of her preparation for her Bat Mitzvah
09 Sep 2021
The Governments plan for health and social care
06 Sep 2021
More than 140 people joined Jewish Care first back-in-person Business Breakfast in nearly 18 months
24 Aug 2021
The Ronson Family Community Centre at Sandringham opened its doors on Tuesday 24th August to 40 members who previously attended Jewish Care’s Edgware and Harrow Day Centre before the pandemic.
19 Aug 2021
On Tuesday 17th August, Denise Alexander and Joanna Towlson accepted an award on behalf of Jewish Care from the Canary Wharf Group to honour the valiant efforts made to support the community during the pandemic and throughout.
16 Aug 2021
Members of Jewish Care’s Holocaust Survivors’ Centre were delighted to be back together again for activities in-person last week when the centre reopened in its new location at the Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus in Golders Green.
05 Aug 2021
Jewish Care’s Kun Mor & George Kiss Home wins national award for providing outstanding palliative and end of life care.
28 Jul 2021
Jewish Care has begun welcoming the community back in-person to its community services. The first members arrived at The Dennis Centre for people living with dementia