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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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Vrisha is our Harrow Hero

Vrisha Koshal was nominated for a Harrow Hero accolade by her husband Arun after seeing her daily workload escalate when Covid hit.

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Challenges raise vital funds

First time runner Rachel Blain met, and ran, with pupils at Kisharon Noé School before the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday.   Rachel, above, who took up running at the start
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Good to be back – all smiles at the Maccabi GB Fun Run

Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis met people supported by Kisharon at Sunday’s Maccabi GB Fun Run, back after its cancellation last year.


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New Year, New Job?

When it comes to job satisfaction and fulfilment Ephraim Cohen’s job delivers – in spades. The 21-year-old Mancunian is a new support worker at Kisharon’s house in Montpelier Rise, Golders Green, home to five young men with mild to moderate learning disabilities.

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Shana Tova – and refuah shlema

Patients in hospital over Rosh Hashanah can make kiddush and enjoy apple dipped in honey. The kiddush boxes, which have been paid for by an anonymous donor, will be presented to patients with a hearty L’Shana Tova meal from Bedside Kosher.


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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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Surprise in store for 4,000 families

More than 4,000 families will be opening a Rosh Hashanah gift pack this year in Kisharon’s biggest social enterprise initiative to date.

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“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.