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JVN award for the team behind the merger

Our winners, comprised of Kisharon and Langdon trustees, worked tirelessly to bring together two organisations with a different cultural and religious ethos, different work cultures and systems and different geographic footprints.

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Congratulations to all our JVN award nominees

Outstanding Kisharon nominees at the JVN Celebration of Volunteering Awards included five men with learning disabilities whose efforts changed lives during the pandemic.

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Our heartfelt thanks…

Kisharon depends on its 120-strong army of volunteers and without them at least two services would cease to function, says Volunteer Administrator Mark Sillito.

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Time to spare? Lend us a hand

Kisharon volunteers stepped up to the challenge and made light work of Kisharon’s Rosh Hashanah gift packs project.



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A place for quiet reflection

Kisharon has marked Tu B’Shvat by planting a Covid memorial garden.

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‘Phenomenal’ response to Kisharon’s gifts

Offering synagogues packaged gifts for Rosh Hashanah has turned into one of Kisharon’s biggest business opportunities to date.

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Volunteers’ small tasks bring untold joy

Kisharon volunteers are bringing joy to the lives of people at home in the lockdown. Whether organising music and craft sessions, delivering essentials or simply having a chat, Team Kisharon – 49 men and women of all ages – are giving pleasure to the individuals we support with even the most simple of tasks.

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Volunteers bring cheer

With their workplaces out of bounds and outside leisure activities curtailed, people supported by Kisharon are kept cheerful by an army of volunteers.

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Take on a 40-minute mitzvah

Can you take on a 40-minute mitzvah? Forty minutes is all it takes for a young visitor to create a vibrant Shabbat atmosphere at Kisharon supported living homes.

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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.