Jewish Welfare Organisations

LONDON:
Jewish Care
Amélie House
Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus
221 Golders Green Road
London
NW11 9DQ
Jewish Care Direct helpline
Tel: 020 8922 2222
Email: jcdrequest@jcare.org
www.jcare.org

LEEDS:
Leeds Jewish Welfare Board
311 Stonegate Rd
Leeds, West Yorkshire
LS17 6AZ
0113 268 4211
Email: theboard@ljwb.co.uk
www.jcarescot.org.uk/

GLASGOW:
Jewish Care Scotland
The Walton Community Care Centre
May Terrace
Giffnock
G46 6LD
Tel: 0141 620 1800
Email: admin@jcarescot.org.uk
www.jcarescot.org.uk

MANCHESTER:
THE FED (Federation of Jewish Services)
Heathlands Drive
Prestwich
Manchester
M25 9SB
Tel: 0161 772 4800
Email: sue.l@thefed.org.uk
www.thefed.org.uk

BIRMINGHAM:
BJCC (Birmingham Jewish Community Care)
Telephone:0121 459 3819
E-mail: admin@bhamjcc.co.uk
www.bhamjcc.co.uk

LIVERPOOL:
Merseyside Jewish Community Care
Shifrin House
433 Smithdown Road
Liverpool
L15 3JL
Telephone 0151 733 2292
Email: info@mjccshifrin.co.uk
www.merseysidejewishcommunitycare.co.uk

BRIGHTON & HOVE:
Brighton & Hove Jewish Welfare Board
Ralli Hall Community Centre
81 Demark Villas
Hove, East Sussex
BN3 3TH
Tel: 01273 722523
Tel: 07952 479111
Email: info@bhjwb.org
www.bhjwb.org

AJR
The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) provides an extensive range of social and welfare services, and grants financial assistance to Jewish victims of Nazi persecution living in Great Britain.

www.ajr.org.uk

The Jewish Teachers’ Association
supporting all Jewish educators, whatever you teach, wherever you work.

www.jewishteachers.org.uk

jda
The Jewish Deaf Assocation is an independent, national charity offering professional support services, information and a range of social, cultural and educational programmes to people with all levels of hearing loss, people experiencing tinnitus, their friends, families and colleagues.

www.jewishdeaf.org.uk

The Association of Children of Jewish Refugees
Aims to bring together people with a common background as children of refugees from Nazi persecution to promote social, cultural and intellectual activities for members.
Those who may not feel entirely at home in the mainstream Anglo-Jewish environment often find that, at the ACJR, they can discover common links and a sense of kinship. Although the link that binds us is our common continental heritage and our parents’ refugee backgrounds, a wide range of outlooks is to be found within this shared framework in attitudes to Germany, to our Central and East European culture and in religious observance and belief (or lack of it). This may simply reflect the diversity of our parents’ experiences: from the luckier ones who escaped relatively lightly with