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JVN works across the community and throughout the UK with individuals and organisations promoting volunteering and volunteer opportunities

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Our partners and supporters

There are many ways in which organisations can support the work of JVN through funding and the promotion of volunteering, as well as through skills and resources. If you would like more information on how you can support the work of JVN please contact us.

NCVO

NCVO

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) is the umbrella organisation for the voluntary sector in the UK, overseeing the work of thousands of organisation and millions of volunteers. JVN is a member of NCVO and consequently has access to a multitude of resources and the excellent specialist support that they provide. NCVO also incorporates Volunteering England, a resource for individual volunteers and organisations of which JVN is a Faith Partner, advising on all matters concerning Jewish volunteers and the Jewish community.

Board of Deputies

Board of Deputies

The Board of Deputies of British Jews has supported JVN from the very start. JVN and the Board of Deputies continue to work in close partnership on various volunteering initiatives.

JHub

JHub

A centre of creativity, energy, learning and innovation, JHub provides office space, meeting rooms and a support network for innovative UK-based Jewish individuals, projects and organisations. They benefit those who are working to contribute meaningfully, in a variety of ways, to the Jewish and wider world.

JLGB

JLGB

JLGB provides activities for young people aged 8-18, as well as working with schools and other youth organisations. JLGB works with JVN in providing volunteering in schools through award programmes and in locating suitable and age-appropriate volunteering opportunities. For more information on our work with JLGB, click here.

UJIA

UJIA

UJIA is built around young people and education, which we see as the key to securing our future. UJIA works with JVN on various projects including the Yoni Jesner Award Scheme and JAMS.

Lead

Lead is an exciting leadership innovation which has been established as a community-wide resource to help transform Jewish community leadership. The concept was the brainchild of UJIA’s Leadership Development department and has been shaped into a new and independent communal service and resource. Lead now operates as a division of the JLC, and looks to develop and inspire the current community leaders as well as emerging community leaders, through programmes such as Adam Science and GAMECHANGERS.

 

Our Supporters

The Jewish Volunteering Network would not exist without the funding of the following organisations:

Rachel Charitable Trust

Rachel Charitable Trust

Through its main benefactor, Leo Noe, The Rachel Charitable Trust support various charities within the UK and Israel. The charity was established for general charitable purpose and in particular for the relief of poverty and the advancement of religion and religious education.

The Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation

The Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation

The Foundation considers granting a small number of substantial capital donations for worthy causes that fall within its priority areas.Emphasis is placed on: the care, welfare and support of children (including education); the promotion of health, welfare and the advancement of medical services; the relief of poverty, indigence and distress; the care, welfare and support of the aged, infirm, handicapped and disabled; and the support of the arts.

JYF

The Jewish Youth Fund

The Jewish Youth Fund was established in 1937 to commemorate the Coronation of King George VI with the object of strengthening Anglo–Jewish youth work. The Fund continues to achieve this by making grants and/or loans to Jewish youth organisations throughout Great Britain towards the cost of projects and equipment that will enhance the Jewish youth service and provide constructive leisure time activity for Jewish young people.

The Shoresh Charitable Trust

The Shoresh Charitable Trust

The Trust supports the advancement of the Jewish religion by strengthening the continuity of normative Judaism, and the promotion both in Israel and elsewhere of projects which are both charitable according to English Law and benefit the wider Jewish Community.

Big Lottery Fund

Big Lottery Fund

Every year BIG gives out millions of pounds from the National Lottery to good causes. Our money goes to community groups and to projects that improve health, education and the environment. BIG is responsible for distributing £600 million each year (40 per cent) of all the money raised for good causes by the National Lottery.

Childrens Aid Committee

Childrens Aid Committee

The CAC was established in 1955 as a charitable trust and funding body,run by a dedicated committee, providing grant aid to help sustain an effective youth provision for young Jewish people in their leisure time based in London and the Home Counties.

City Bridge Trust

City Bridge Trust

City Bridge Trust is the grant-making arm of Bridge House Estates. It was established to make use of funds surplus to bridge requirements and provides grants totalling around £15m per year towards charitable activity benefitting Greater London.

The Sobell Foundation

The Sobell Foundation

The Sobell Foundation was established by the late Sir Michael Sobell in 1977 for general charitable purposes and is a grant-making trust with which he was actively involved until shortly before his death in 1993. The deed of charitable trust, under which the Sobell Foundation was formed, is not specific about the objects of the Trust and allows the Trustees absolute discretion to apply funds for general charitable purposes.

The Samuel Sebba Charitable Trust

The Samuel Sebba Charitable Trust

The objects of the Trust are the enhancement of the quality of life of people across a very broad range of activities, based on the open nature of the founding Trust Deed.

 

 

Corporate Sponsors

 

 

Our corporate sponsors are a vital link to the outside world of finance and law affecting the not-for-profit sector and hugely valuable source of insight and resource.

Bircham Dyson Bell

Bircham Dyson Bell

Our corporate sponsor, Bircham Dyson Bell is a leading UK law firm employing more than 260 people. BDB act for a diverse range of clients including companies, charities and not for profit, public sector organisations and individuals. The Charities Group at BDB specialises in helping charities find pragmatic and inventive solutions to the issues confronting them including: governance structures, helping trustee boards and management address the additional stresses arising in the current climate and providing up-to-the-minute advice on related law.

 

 

Multi-Faith Partners

 

 

We cooperate with similar organisations that work within other faith communities in order to support and share expertise. .

Caritas Westminster

Caritas Westminster aims to help individuals in the Diocese of Westminster to use their gifts and talents to create inclusive and caring communities

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