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Mayor plants trees at Childs Hill Library

Barnet Mayor Councillor Caroline Stock and Cllr. Peter Zinkin helped plant apple and pear trees in the garden at Childs Hill Library.

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Surveyors donate £1.5k

Surveyor Jonathan Nesbitt of Sawyer Fielding presented a £1,500 cheque to Kisharon as part of Giving Back, his firm’s corporate social responsibility programme.

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Bev says…

The year 5778 has been transformational for Kisharon. In addition to the supported living service growing by 20%, the vocational skills programme secured exciting employment outcomes, the Skills for Employment hub was opened and Childs Hill Library was refurbished.

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Become an Equal Loyalty Card holder

Support Kisharon’s social enterprises by becoming an Equal Loyalty Card holder. You’ll save money and be the first to hear about our special offers. Use the card before Rosh Hashanah for a savings bonus.

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Rachel is artist of the month at Equal

Bright colours are on show at Equal, Kisharon’s gift shop in Temple Fortune, where Rebecca Frankel-Rudowski is artist of the month in August.

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Girls’ tuck shop raises £100

Inspired by the tuck shop run by Kisharon at her school, Ariela Ohrenstein set up her own. Together with her friend Abby Smith, they piled their stall high with bottled water, Coca-Cola, ice cream and crisps and raised almost £100 for Kisharon.

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Dinner raises more than £1 million for brighter futures

Kisharon raised more than £1million at the Brighter Futures Annual Dinner attended by more than 600 guests at the Hilton Park Lane Hotel.

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Bev says…

The festival of Purim celebrates the Jewish people overcoming an onslaught planned by Haman that was motivated by hatred.

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Purim? I hate it, says comedian Ashley Blaker

Comedian Ashley Blaker, whose daughter Soroh, eight, attends Kisharon School, launched Kisharon’s Purim Bucket Appeal.

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