Grants now available to support disabled, disadvantaged, neglected or abused Jewish children (application deadline 31 December 2019)

Jewish Child’s Day provides funding to organisations to support disabled, disadvantaged, neglected or abused Jewish children in the UK, Israel and the rest of the world. 

Support is available to organisations providing medical, educational, therapeutic and humanitarian aid, respite care, protection, and poverty relief to Jewish children in need.

Registered charities may apply for a grant of between £500 and £5,000.

Grants are provided towards the purchase of small or medium sized equipment to directly benefit children and young people up to the age of 18 years.

Further information, application criteria and an online application form can be found on the Jewish Child’s Day website.

The application deadline is Tuesday 31 December 2019.

Contact details for the grant programme are:

Natasha Brookner
Jewish Child’s Day
Elscot House
Arcadia Avenue
N3 2JU
Tel: 020 8446 8804

Children Ahead, a London-based UK charity that supports Jewish
children who have mild general learning disabilities, was previously
awarded a grant by Jewish Child’s Day. Children from low-income
families are offered therapy programmes specifically tailored to
their needs. Programmes include specialist teaching, occupational
therapy, speech and language therapy, and educational psychology.
Children who have special needs often have difficulty expressing
their emotions verbally. Through the Children Ahead ‘Kid Create’ creative
arts therapy programme, children use music, art and play equipment to
explore their world. This kind of creative environment can be highly
motivating, making children feel encouraged and empowered to express themselves.