Pears Foundation is an independent family foundation rooted in Jewish values. Led by the Pears family with the support of a full-time professional team, Pears Foundation’s activities are focused on understanding complex issues, engaging people in achieving social progress and promoting wellbeing.
JW3 is a state-of-the-art community and cultural venue, established for the benefit of the Jewish community, the local community, and for the people of London. JW3 houses a 270-seat auditorium, a 60-seat cinema, a demonstration kitchen, dance studios, classrooms and Zest, JW3’s in-house restaurant and bar.
JHub inspires and supports positive social change in the British Jewish Community and beyond. It:
- Offers space for people to work, meet and network
- Provides resources, development, training and events
- Champions the work and voice of social change organisations
JHub is an operating programme of Pears Foundation
UJIA invests in people. Our educational programmes build lifelong connections between British Jewry and the Israel of today.
Strengthening Jewish Communities and Jewish life in Europe.
Graphical is a design and digital agency. We are a small, independent team of designers, strategists, developers and account planners who along with an experienced team of experts who we partner with to meet the specific needs of a creative project, such as writers, strategists, photographers, animators and film makers. This approach allows us to stay nimble while delivering excellent creative.
Yakir Zur is a professional photographer based in Hertfordshire and London offering commercial photography for businesses and personal photography for Weddings, Christenings, Bar Mitzvahs, Graduations, Award Ceremonies, and any other party or event you want framed forever…
Yakir works with many charities, but has a particularly close relationship with Mitzvah Day, often volunteering at our projects as well as taking the photos!
Natan inspires young philanthropists to engage actively in Jewish giving by funding innovative projects that shape the Jewish future. Natan believes that educated, engaged, and entrepreneurial philanthropy can transform both givers and nonprofit organisations.
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.
The Department for Communities and Local Government’s job is to create great places to live and work, and to give more power to local people to shape what happens in their area.
The Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation was established in 1965 by Maurice Wohl. It gives charitable grants intended to bring about change in key areas in the UK, with a particular focus on the advancement of medical sciences, Jewish community welfare and Jewish education. The trustees also support projects in the areas of arts and humanities.
Near Neighbours work to bring people together who are near neighbours in communities that are religiously and ethnically diverse, so that they can get to know each other better, build relationships of trust and collaborate together on initiatives that improve the local community they live in.
Habonim Dror is a Socialist Zionist, Culturally Jewish youth movement that has been at the forefront of Jewish education in the UK and internationally for over 85 years. Habonim, “The Builders”, was created in 1929 in the East End of London as the brainchild of Wellesley Aron, who aimed to create a space for Jewish children to gain a strong grounding in Jewish culture and the importance of Israel as a focus for the Jewish world.