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New Year, New Job?

When it comes to job satisfaction and fulfilment Ephraim Cohen’s job delivers – in spades. The 21-year-old Mancunian is a new support worker at Kisharon’s house in Montpelier Rise, Golders Green, home to five young men with mild to moderate learning disabilities.

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Shana Tova – and refuah shlema

Patients in hospital over Rosh Hashanah can make kiddush and enjoy apple dipped in honey. The kiddush boxes, which have been paid for by an anonymous donor, will be presented to patients with a hearty L’Shana Tova meal from Bedside Kosher.


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Kisharon people back in work

Employers have started to welcome back people supported by Kisharon now coronavirus restrictions are lifting.

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Kisharon supports armed forces

Kisharon’s boxes of Pesach essentials for the British Army went to Jewish personnel in the Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force who are serving in the UK and overseas.


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Small businesses fill the void of Covid job losses

Kisharon is helping people with learning disabilities to set up small businesses, filling the gap caused by the loss of countless jobs because of Covid.

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Gloomy news on the jobs front

Kisharon’s employment programme has been devastated by Covid, leaving jobless learning disabled employees despondent.

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Kisharon – putting work first

Kisharon provides approximately 1,250 hours of work for adults with learning disabilities every month through its social enterprises and employment programme.

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Party with Moishe’s team

When Moishe Goldblatt asked to celebrate his 40th birthday at the UJIA where he volunteers, staff were only too happy to oblige.

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Helping hand for freshers

Middlesex University students checked their bikes were in tip-top condition during Freshers’ Week at a Kisharon Bike Shop stand – working alongside police marking bikes to deter thieves.

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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.