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Kisharon’s 40th Anniversary Dinner

With £1million raised and Chief Executive Bev Jacobson's 21-year-old daughter Talya, who is supported by Kisharon, stealing the show with her maiden speech,
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More than 10,000 viewings for Kisharon film

Kisharon’s hauntingly powerful 40th Anniversary Dinner film, which was shot inside an old disused long-stay hospital has been viewed an incredible 10,000 times in less than two weeks.

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Make your simcha a sweet occasion with ‘Bag My Treats’

Kisharon’s latest business venture is set to make your simcha an even sweeter occasion.

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Kisharon kicks off Purim appeal at Mathilda Marks Kennedy School

Debbie Rosten launched Kisharon’s Purim Bucket appeal at Mathilda Marks Kennedy School, where she teaches Hebrew reading.

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Purim preparations start here

Started preparing your misloach manos for Purim? Make your Purim preparations easier – and do a mitzvah by donating to Kisharon instead.

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Kisharon’s £35k business breakfast boost

Bradley Fried, Deputy Chairman of the Court of the Bank of England, proved a charismatic speaker when he addressed a 200-strong crowd at Kisharon’s inaugural business breakfast on Wednesday 11 November.

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Rosh Hashanah baking marathon

This week at Kisharon adult day centre in Hendon a team of volunteers were busy baking hundreds of honey cakes and cookies to raise funds.

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Let Kisharon help you celebrate the New Year

Bought your New Year cards yet? It’s not too late to send a Kisharon greeting to your family and friends, and you can buy cards and even a scrumptious honey cake online.

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Pick a pack of cards

    Kisharon is launching box of mixed greetings cards, bringing to an end the need to trudge to the shops every time you need one. Cards with enchanting designs for
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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.