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Link your big day to Kisharon

Kisharon’s new pre bar and bat mitzvah programme tackles one of the biggest stumbling blocks to inclusivity for learning disabilities – and that is fear.

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Kisharon collecting box found…in Berlin!

The discovery of a Kisharon collecting box in Berlin shows that a little kindness goes a long way.

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With your help, we thrive

A team of Kisharon College students, families of people we support, volunteers, supporters and dozens of staff are among those who have signed up so far as Kisharon Champions.

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Pick It! Pack It! Gift It! This Purim

Buying mishloach manot this year? You can Pick it! Pack it! Gift it! At the Kisharon Gift and Homeware Store, Equal.

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Explore London’s Jewish history and find out about more events and challenges

A few spaces are available on Sunday’s Jews in London Walk, where you can experience 1,000 years of Jewish history with guide Ian Fagelson.

 

 

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Sign up to collect for us this year

‘Make a Change’ is Kisharon’s 2022 Purim fundraising campaign, and every penny dropped into one of our Purim buckets on 17 March will ‘make a change’ for the people we support.

 

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Jewish history walk raises £1,500

A London history walking tour raising funds for learning disability charity Kisharon heard how Jews rose from money lenders to merchant bankers.

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Make a diary date for 2022

Raise your game in 2022 by taking on a Kisharon challenge. Experience the past brought to life with a Jewish history tour, find your inner Jack Nicklaus at our golf day or sign up for a memorable walk over the bridges of the Thames.

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Challenges raise vital funds

First time runner Rachel Blain met, and ran, with pupils at Kisharon Noé School before the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday.   Rachel, above, who took up running at the start
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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.