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Help us to reach our £2m campaign target

People we support, their families and staff are becoming Champions to help us achieve our ambitious £2m target in this year’s Matched Funding Campaign.

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Bursting with pride as Kisharon Langdon stages production of Annie

Annie was the hottest ticket in town earlier this month as Kisharon Langdon members acted and sang their hearts out in a performance of the foot-tapping musical.

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Work on the horizon with new employment workshops

Employment workshops are starting at Kisharon Langdon to ease the path of people with learning disabilities into paid or unpaid work.

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Purim – it’s coming soon


Purim started weeks ago at Kisharon Langdon where people we support have been shopping, weighing and packing and learning other key job skills.

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Kisharon Langdon’s matched funding campaign: Just do it – for us!

“If Kisharon Langdon wasn’t around, the amazing support and the community Gabs lives in would not exist…then what?” says Kisharon Langdon Trustee Paul Joseph.

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Raise funds for us!

Individuals supported by Kisharon Langdon are reaping the rewards of the merger – a wider range of services for all. But these services come at a cost. Could you be a champion in our fundraising campaign?

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Best place to thaw

Childs Hill Library has become a warm hub for the winter, offering the local community a cosy and welcoming space and reducing the need for costly heating at home.

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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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Chanukah giving

A consignment of 200 paint-your-own dreidel packs have been assembled by the enterprise team of people with learning disabilities, and more supplies are on standby if stock runs out.

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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.