Portal Easy Read
News & Events

Archive for the ‘ Fundraising ’ Category

New London Bridges Walk raises £23,000

More than 160 supporters stepped out on the London Bridges Walk last Sunday, raising an incredible £23,000.

Read more

Maccabi GB Community Fun Run is record breaker for Kisharon

A record-breaking 105 Kisharon runners took part in the Maccabi GB Community Fun Run at Allianz Park, Hendon, raising more than £7,000.

Read more

First run for Richard at Maccabi GB

Raise a cheer at Sunday’s Maccabi GB Community Fun Run for first-time participant, our Chief Executive, Richard Franklin. He will be running with Eli Cohen who is supported by Kisharon. The event is taking place in Learning Disability Week (June 17-23) which has the theme of sport and inclusion.

Read more

Kisharon total nears £1m at annual dinner

More than 600 guests at Kisharon’s Together We Grow annual dinner at London’s Hilton Park Lane helped raise almost £1m towards the £2.3m needed every year to fund the day-to-day running of its services.

Read more

London Marathon runners – we salute you

Kisharon’s runners in Sunday’s London Marathon raised more than £17,000. First home was Hatem Akriche who finished in 2mins 59.

Read more

Mayor’s reception at Westminster

The Mayor of Barnet’s Charity Appeal Committee held a reception at Westminster on Wednesday evening.

Read more

Support us on Purim

Help Kisharon coin it in this Purim by collecting for us! You’ll be in with a chance of winning our big prizes for top collector and best fancy dress.

Read more

Personalised for Pesach

Kisharon is selling personalised bottles of wine and grape juice for Seder tables, or to give as presents this Pesach, packed by people with learning disabilities.

Read more

Good luck for Sunday!

Raise a cheer for Kisharon’s nine runners in the 10th Royal Parks Half Marathon this Sunday.

Read more
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.