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Help us to reach our £2m campaign target

People we support, their families and staff are becoming Champions to help us achieve our ambitious £2m target in this year’s Matched Funding Campaign.

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Purim – it’s coming soon


Purim started weeks ago at Kisharon Langdon where people we support have been shopping, weighing and packing and learning other key job skills.

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Kisharon Langdon’s matched funding campaign: Just do it – for us!

“If Kisharon Langdon wasn’t around, the amazing support and the community Gabs lives in would not exist…then what?” says Kisharon Langdon Trustee Paul Joseph.

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Raise funds for us!

Individuals supported by Kisharon Langdon are reaping the rewards of the merger – a wider range of services for all. But these services come at a cost. Could you be a champion in our fundraising campaign?

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Chanukah giving

A consignment of 200 paint-your-own dreidel packs have been assembled by the enterprise team of people with learning disabilities, and more supplies are on standby if stock runs out.

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Hugely successful golf day raises £64k

Eighteen teams took part in Kisharon’s Golf Day at Hartsbourne Country Club in Bushey Heath raising £64k.

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Going, Going Gone! We raise £55k

Art created by people we support with learning disabilities – with input from professional artists – raised £55k at the JW3 HeART Edit auction last week.

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London Marathon runners raise £15k

Kisharon’s eight runners in this year’s London Marathon excelled by raising more than £15,000.

Team Kisharon joined more than 48,000 participants in the first marathon in the month of April since 2019 when Covid restrictions were set in place.

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Kisharon Crowdfunding Campaign Raises More Than £570k

More than 3,000 donors made sure Kisharon can continue to fund essential services for children and adults with learning disabilities by raising more than £570,000 in the crowdfunding campaign.

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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.