Highlights...

Purim Celebrations & Service
Purim Celebrations & Service
Wed 28 Feb 2018 18:00
Everyone of all ages welcome – 10 & unders 6 pm, whole community 6.30pm
Find out more...
Friday Night Supper Club
Friday Night Supper Club
Fri 02 Mar 2018 19:00 - 21:30
Friday night dinner with your Kol Chai family
Find out more...
Talk: Jews in today's British Armed Forces
Talk: Jews in today's British Armed Forces
Thu 08 Mar 2018 20:00
Lions & Lionesses of Judah! - Do come along to Kol Chai to hear Sgt. Dan Fox talk about his experiences, the role Jews play in our Armed Forces ... and the challenges they face.
Find out more...
Torah Breakfast
Torah Breakfast
Sat 10 Mar 2018 09:15
Find out more...
February 2018Events calendar
MTWTFSS
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728    
       
View full calendar »

A Jewish Response to the Refugee Crisis

The Jewish Council for Racial Equality is urging communities to consider the plight of refugees and destitute asylum seekers in Britain.   As a result we have decided to make a change of direction in our ongoing collection at Kol Chai.  

For two years we have been collecting for Harrow Foodbank: currently it is very well stocked with food so we have decided to suspend that collection for the time being. From Rosh Hashanah onwards we will be collecting the following items for distribution to Refugees and Destitute Asylum seekers through the drop-in gatherings at various Synagogues:

Underwear – packets of new underwear for adults and children (the adults in large sizes please)

Nappies – all sizes

Please drop off your contributions in the lobby at Kol Chai as usual.    And if you are attending a meeting or event please remember to bring something along.

These synagogues have regular Drop-In sessions for Destitute Asylum Seekers and Refugees.   If you can go along to offer help on a Sunday afternoon or wish to donate clothing or food please contact the group directly and let them know.

                       

Name of  Project

Where and When  it meets

What Help Do They Need?

Who to Contact

Drop-In Centre for Destitute Asylum Seekers

(New North London Synagogue)

 

On first Sunday of every month at:

Martin Primary School, Plane Tree Walk, East Finchley

 

90 volunteers needed each month to offer a friendly welcome, serve food, distribute clothing, etc.  Clothing in labelled bags and cooked food: rice, pasta, potatoes, vegetable and bean dishes, as well as salads, hard-boiled eggs and fruit needed..  Any finger-food - sandwiches or falafels - would also be great.

To volunteer please email us at:

Dropin@nnls-masorti.org.uk

 

Refugee Drop In

(Alyth)

 

On  last Sunday of each month at Alyth

Friendship, food, (generously prepared and donated by volunteers), advice on accessing services, courses for study, grants, CV writing , interview skills,  form filling and the opportunity to practice English

020 8455 6763

Or mail@alyth.org.uk

WLS Drop-In Centre

(West London Synagogue)

 

On third Sunday of each month, 2.30 - 4.30 pm at WLS

We provide a hot meal, grocery vouchers, clothing, companionship and advice for parents and children who have fled life-threatening violence or persecution in the countries they are from. We count on volunteers to provide a warm welcome to people who are commonly shunned as a consequence of the popular misconception that they are here by choice. Help needed: donating nappies, basmati rice and clothing (in good, wearable condition).  We are there to support each other as much as to assist the mothers, fathers and children who come for our help.

dropin@wls.org.uk

LJS Drop-In

 

(Liberal Jewish Synagogue)

 

On second Sunday of each month near LJS

Good quality clothing – especially children’s (regular and school uniform).

Nappies and an informal selection of tinned food are made available to those who need them. A hot meal is also provided.

Contact Rita Adler on a month-by-month basis to find out what is needed.  Email:

rita@studio5.plus.com

 

No images found
Website development: Red Sphere Media