other ways to support us

There are loads of fantastic ways to be a part of our vision. Have a look through this list and see what catches your eye.

By joining up to become a member of our Friends Club, you will receive priority booking for events and trips, you will receive an invitation to our annual Friends’ event, have access to our private library, receive our members’ online magazine enabling you to get closer to what we do.

Through our Aid Together Programme we accept unwanted good quality donated shoes, clothes, toys, sheets, towels, non-breakables kitchen items and Judaica. We sort and pack all donations and send them to communities in Belarus, both Jewish and non-Jewish. We also welcome unwanted end of line stock of new or quality seconds clothes and shoes. This is a totally volunteer-driven project, and encourages volunteering in Belarus as we teach community members how to play roles in community so that they can run the distribution at their end, ensuring all those who qualify to receive aid, do so in a fair and dignified manner.

Throughout the year we put on a range of different events; educational talks, films, supper quizzes, bingo jazz nights, cookery demonstrations with lunch, and so much more. You can subscribe to our database to receive our news and details of our events. Supporting our events helps us to create awareness of our work and raise money for the projects.

Our volunteers meet every Tuesday morning to sort and pack donations which are transported by road to communities, Jewish and non-Jewish, in Belarus. Volunteers meet once a week and we are always looking for additional help with this project.

If you would like to help us collect donations around north London, we would love to hear from you.

If you have an empty garage and you are in the north London area, we would love to hear from you. We are always looking for spare space to store donations. Please get in touch.

Make a monthly donation which will help to send someone to Sunday School in the Polotsk and Slutsk Jewish communities.

Twin your Bar/Bat Mitzvah with someone in Belarus, or ask us for a pen-pal. It is very meaningful for young people in Belarus to be able to have a connection to someone from another country and equally for young people living outside of Belarus, it is hugely educational as they start to learn about the Jewish history of the region and the challenges Jewish communities of today face in a post-Soviet country.

Our Youth for Youth programme started in 2010 and year on year young adults between the ages of 17 and 30 travel to Belarus to run a summer programme and engage with their peers. This is a real social action initiative that continues to positively impact young adults from the UK and in Belarus year on year. The Youth for Youth members have social gatherings, fundraise and plan throughout the year. Contact us for more information.

If you are between 17 and 30 and would be interested to travel to Belarus and volunteer to help run a summer camp in Belarus, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us.

We are always looking for volunteer Russian translators. If you are able to help, please contact us.

We are always looking for people who like to creatively write articles for us on the work that we are doing. If that is you, do get in touch. We welcome enthusiasm and interest

We love the business community and any support that businesses can offer us, sponsorship at events, pro-bono support, advice, services and donations. As a member of BNI Business Networking International (Chipping Chapter, Mill Hill, London) we can also help businesses in return. If you are are business owner and would be interested to know how BNI can help you grow your business, please contact us.

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