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Unique Art Show and Auction

Professional artists – painters, sculptors, ceramicists and photographers – have been working with Kisharon’s adults and children with learning disabilities and autism to create spectacular works for the heART edit exhibition and auction, which is taking place next month, on 22 June.

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Meet Eitan and his mum Aliza

Eitan’s family will be raising money for Kisharon in the Crowdfunding Campaign this Sunday and Monday. While most teenagers can face the future with confidence, what lies ahead for Eitan, a pupil at Kisharon Noé School, is not as predictable

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Meet some of our top supporters

“Kisharon is the charity the children themselves choose to support,” said Justin Kett, Deputy Head and Head of Kodesh at Sacks Morasha Jewish Primary School.

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Purim – how we make it happen

The run-up to Purim at Kisharon can be just as hectic as the day itself and staff start preparations early so everyone can enjoy the noisiest, most boisterous – but arguably the most fun – festival in the Jewish calendar.

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Our mishloach manot – a big hit

The sheer volume of orders for mishloach manot took everyone by surprise and kept people at Kisharon busy for weeks.

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Kisharon cyclists in London to Brighton event

Twenty-four people participated in the iconic London to Brighton cycle event for Kisharon on Sunday 11 September – cycling 54 miles from Clapham to Brighton.

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Honey, gifts to treasure and much, much more

“People we support love this work,” said Aviva Braunold, organiser of this year’s Rosh Hashanah packing project.

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Kisharon thrives at the Maccabi GB Community Fun Run

Twenty-eight people across 12 families participated in walking or running 1K, 5K and 10K for Kisharon on Sunday at the Maccabi GB Community Fun Run.

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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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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.