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02 Nov 2017
Mavis Hyman, the mother of Miriam killed in the London 7/7 bombings is the recipient of this year’s Topland Business Luncheon Award in memory of Phillip Greenwold.
27 Oct 2017
TV Barrister Judge Rinder visited and entertained Jewish Care guests our Kun Moor, and George Kiss home in Friern Barnet as well as at Connect@Services.
25 Oct 2017
165 guests were entertained by TV barrister Judge Rinder on Monday when he spoke at a tea helping to raise over £5000 for Jewish Care’s Connect@ Centres and Jewish Care’s Kun Mor & George Kiss home in Friern Barnet.
17 Oct 2017
The Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP addressed a Jewish Care Business Group Breakfast, sponsored by Fundsmith today. The event raised £30,000 to support the organisations front line services.
11 Oct 2017
Clore Manor residents Philip Sonenfeld, 90 and Moshe Nurtman, 93 celebrate the honour of being awarded Chatan Torah and Chatan Bereshit this week.
10 Oct 2017
30 year 4 children from Etz Chaim Primary School in Mill Hill visited residents at Jewish Care's Clore Manor home in Hendon.
26 Sep 2017
CEO Simon Morris recently featured in Care Talk magazine discussing his career to date and the challenges that lie ahead.
19 Sep 2017
School children and volunteers from the local community are helping residents at Jewish Care’s homes to celebrate the Jewish New Year.
29 Aug 2017
A variety of animals from Ark Farm visited the Betty and Asher Loftus Centre this week and brought a smile to staff, residents and family.
17 Aug 2017
Chicken Keeping has been happening at Hyman Fine House for 3.5 years now and the benefits are clear to see.
27 Jul 2017
Myrtle Stone who lives in Hampstead, celebrated her 100th birthday at a party with family and friends at Jewish Care’s Michael Sobell Community Centre in Golders Green, where she is a member.
27 Jul 2017
Father and son duo, Joel and 15-year-old JFS pupil Boaz who live in Hampstead Garden Suburb, took to the saddle on a 145 mile cross country Coast to Coast cycle in aid of Jewish Care and have now raised over £4000 for the charity.