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Mazel tov to Her Majesty

Kisharon’s Jubilee street party was fixed for a pre-lunchtime hour and a half, but with the best food, music and company, celebrations went on all afternoon.

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Meet our new representative on the Board of Deputies

When Kisharon Trustee Victoria Hart walks into a meeting of the Board of Deputies of British Jews (BoD) later this month, she knows her father, David, who passed away in 2010, would have been delighted.


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Worrying time for Ukrainian staff

Yana Korvatska’s family live in Lviv, close to Ukraine’s border with Poland, and, so far, remain relatively unscathed by the terrors of the Russian invasion.

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Green triumph for Kisharon

Kisharon has digitalised its care records, an eco-friendly step that benefits everyone.

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All go at Kisharon for Tu B’Shevat

Local councillors lent a hand with planting at Kisharon’s Childs Hill Library garden in one of many Tu B’Shevat activities.

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Achievements are just a click away

People with learning disabilities can have greater involvement in their own progress now Kisharon is digitalising its care records.

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Co-Directors appointed

Carolyn Rozenberg and Jessica Levy have been appointed as Co-Directors of Fundraising and Marketing and will share the role once Jessica returns from maternity leave next year.

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Why Judaism matters at Kisharon

Kisharon caters for individuals at all levels of observance, but when asked: “Why Kisharon?” even non-religious families will say Jewish identity played a major part in their decision making.

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Care – why it’s the best job

Supporting people isn’t just a job for Kisharon’s care staff, but a passion.

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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.