Mitzvah Day 2015

  • Archive: Mitzvah Day 2015: Report (Photos)

    In 2015, our Collectathon supported two amazing charities:

    The Separated Child Foundation
    The Separated Children Foundation are helping children under 18 years old who have fled war, terror and persecution. Imagine being a child who arrives in another country with absolutely nothing, not having your parents with you because they were killed before you left. The charity are putting together "arrival packs" for these children and this is where we need your help.
    More information here.

    Noah's Ark Hospice
    Noah's Ark Hospice are looking for your pre loved items to help support the vital services that they provide to children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. They have so far provided care and support to 178 families, 147 children and 245 siblings. These children need and deserve more!
    More information here.

    For more info, contact us -
    JUDY: or

    Here's a letter we received from The Separated Child Foundation:

    Thank you very much for organising a collection for our Arrival Packs project. These duffle bags—stuffed with clothes, toiletries and other essentials—provide the basics of dignified everyday living. They’re a life-line for the orphaned and lone refugee youngsters whom we support, who arrive with no one and with literally  nothing.   

    We are very grateful indeed for the contribution of clothes made by Mill Hill Synagogue members and I’d be glad if you could pass on our heartfelt appreciation to them.

    Many thanks to you, too, for arranging for the donations to be delivered to us at our storage area. That was very kind and an enormous help to us.

    With much gratitude and appreciation to all involved!
    Angela Gluck
  • Archive: Mitzvah Day 365: Interfaith Shop Collection 2015
    JANUARY 10 2016
    1:00 pm 

    This popular charity collection was led by Rabbi Schochet and Father Stephen of St Michael’s Church of Mill Hill.

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