Jewish Child’s Day is a grant making charity which has been helping children in need worldwide for over 60 years. Today, over 12,000 Jewish children each year rely on us to save them from deprivation, disadvantage, abuse and neglect; to nurture them and offer them a better future.
Project Smile provides flexible, one-to-one respite for children with special needs, or in need, and their families.
The project is registered and approved by CQC (Care Quality Commission) as a 3* Excellent Service Provider and meets their rigorous standards.
Based in North London, Bayis Sheli is a children’s care home set up to act as a ‘home away from home’ providing short and long term residential services for children and young people with special educational needs. In addition, Bayis Sheli offers an outreach / drop-in service whereby all children and young people with disabilities from the wider public can access facilities and activities. These include the use of the hydro-therapy pool, soft room, sensory room, biking club, music room, sensory garden and IT suite.
The Friendship Circle
The Friendship Circle was set up in order to bridge a major gap in the social provision for people with disabilities in Manchester. The charity now offers companionship to over 100 children and adults with physical and learning disabilities in the Manchester community by providing five social activities and programmes every week. Volunteering is fundamental in this work and the charity now has over 100 volunteers, of which over 90% are teenagers. The Friendship Circle hopes to give them valuable work experience whilst helping them to develop into well balanced, empathetic individuals.
The Zone Leeds
The Zone Leeds offers a diverse range of activities for children aged four and upwards.
Over the last decade, The Zone has developed into one of the country’s leading community youth projects, offering state of the art facilities and activities led by a quality team of youth workers, volunteers and leadership participants. It strives to ensure its members continually learn about their heritage and cultural identity by offering them a forum to explore Jewish life.