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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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All hands on deck for Rosh Hashanah

You’ll find highly original gifts for Rosh Hashanah at Kisharon’s Gifts and Homeware Store, Equal, thanks to the work of the people we support, our volunteers and the creativity of our talented staff.

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House of Lords book launch

Daniel Yefet and Shammai Rotenberg attended a reception to launch four new Books Beyond Words – which they helped to create – at the House of Lords.

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Employment success

Sophie Goligorsky, who has learning disabilities, pictured with new colleagues Jerry Platts and Liam Hutchins at central London property company GVA, is the latest success story from Kisharon’s employment programme.

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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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New job for Shammai

Shammai Rotenberg has a new job. He has paid employment at The Grove, the luxury hotel, spa and golf resort in Hertfordshire.

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Disability World: Company seeks autism skills

London company Auticon is offering careers in IT and related areas specifically for people with autism.

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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.