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Archive for March, 2018

Our award semi-finalists

Kisharon staff have reached the semi-finals of the WIZO Commitment Awards presented for changing lives and building futures. The winners will be announced in July.

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That moment of elation…

The leap in the air says: “We made it!” The brave team that climbed Ben Nevis in winter conditions, raising more than £32k for Kisharon, is back safe and sound.

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Children learn to prepare for Pesach at Tuffkid

Age is no barrier when it comes to Pesach cleaning at Tuffkid Nursery. Children took turns at duster duty, and tackled floors with a toy vacuum cleaner.

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Bev says…

The story of Pesach is a celebration of Bnei Yisroel’s deliverance from the adversity and challenge of Mitzraim. It is a mixture of hope and strong belief that propels the Jews forward to eventually become a proud and free nation.

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Fundraising with Amazon

Raise money for Kisharon while you shop by signing up for Amazonsmile.

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Coasting to work!

People supported by Kisharon have packed thousands of Seder table coasters to meet huge demand.

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In loving memory of Rachel Brenig

Naomi Brenig has unveiled a plaque dedicating Kisharon’s new NW London Day Opportunities Centre to the memory of her daughter, Rachel Brenig z”l who was supported by Kisharon until she passed away in 2010.

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Model pupils

Pupils cheered as they modelled the smart new Kisharon School uniform which will become compulsory from September this year in early preparation for the move to purpose-built premises.

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Cherie Blair Ladies Brunch raises £52k

Cherie Blair praised Kisharon for the amazing breadth of its work at a Ladies’ Brunch in Finchley on Monday which raised a record £52k.

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Purim – all white thanks to our supporters!

With the UK experiencing arctic conditions, Purim could have been a complete whiteout without the determination of our staff and supporters.

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Pirkei Avos
“The world stands on three things: Torah, the service of G-d, and deeds of kindness.” Kisharon looks at the person not the disability, teaching Torah, Middos and Mitzvot embracing and cherishing everybody’s special talent and bringing out the best in them.