Chanukah with its lights and joy is here, but Debbie, 37, feels adrift. Because of Covid, she is jobless and has stopped volunteering, activities that shaped her week. So, how does she feel about it all? “Doughnut ask!”
Making a purchase at Kisharon’s Gift and Homeware Store, Equal is a double act of kindness, says Manager Andrew Plaskow. You’re buying a gift and, because the shop’s team of volunteers keep running costs low, know that profits will go to charity.
Child Trust Funds have been in the news again after it emerged that parents of 18-year-olds without mental capacity will need deputyship – a potentially costly procedure – to claim their child’s money.
Restrictions aren’t as stringent now as in the first lockdown in March and we’re doing everything we can to keep services open, but our priority is to keep the people we support and their families safe.
“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.
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