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Support Organisations
350 Jewish Charities Guide A-Z
StandWithUs aims to create action models for Jewish communities around the world.
NAVAH’s programs bring people from abroad together to help victims of terrorism repair their shattered lives.
Natal is a non-profit, non-affiliated and an a-political association, to provide emotional and social support to people who suffer from the Israeli-Arab conflict
Alyn Pediatric Hospital Jerusalem
Magen David Adom
One to One helps Israeli children “at risk” of abuse or exploitation
Association of Jewish Refugees helps Holocaust Survivors and 2nd Generation


In 2006, Anglo-Jewry celebrated the 350th anniversary of the readmittance of Jews to England. But, in fact, the history of the Jewish community in England stretches back well over 1,000 years. JTrails, the National Anglo-Jewish Heritage Trail, is a new initiative of the Spiro Ark to raise awareness of this rich, but often unknown, history among both Jews and non-Jews alike, and to encourage individuals to further investigate their own roots as well as the fascinating origins of the community.

This initiative is working with informal Jewish educators in schools, synagogues, youth movements, organisations and clubs across the UK, boosting engagement with young people

 Lead provides leadership programmes, opportunities, support and resources for lay, professional and emerging leaders across the Jewish community

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.

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

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.

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