Beneficiary Partners & Projects

Over the past fifteen years, Mitzvah Day volunteers have created long and lasting partnerships with hundreds of charities who have in turn become our beneficiary charity partners.

This has enabled volunteers to engage in projects such as replenishing foodbank stores, preparing meals for their local homeless shelters, collecting stationery for refugees, visiting care homes, running community-led blood donation sessions, spit drives for bone marrow, gardening at hospices and many more.

At Mitzvah Day, we connect volunteers to charities both on our doorstep and abroad, these connections that serve to educate both the young and old on the diversity of needs in the world and provide the tools to be part of our humanitarian response.

Below are a list of incredible beneficiary partners who Mitzvah Day is proud to support. They have all registered as beneficiary partners for Mitzvah Day. Should you wish to support them and their incredible work this Mitzvah Day, please find their contact details below.

2econd Chance
All Aboard Charity Shops
Association of Jewish Refugees
Julia Baker
Borough Food Cooperative
Brian Cummings
Camp Simcha
Carlisle One World Centre
Adrienne Gill
Children's Book Project
Child’s Hill Food Bank
Robin Simm Williams
Euston Foodbank
Helena Aksentijevic
Feast With Us
Eleanor Butterworth
Fingertips of Africa
Food Bank Aid
Roxanne Stross
Gift Wellness Foundation
Dr Zareen Ahmed
Give. Help. Share.
Amanda Barbanel
Goods for Good
Gratitude Charity
Rebecca Ebner-Landy
Jewish Action for Mental Health (JAMH)
Kate Lurie
Jewish Care
Jewish Women’s Aid
Suzi Epstein
Keats Community Library
Little Village
LJS Drop-in for Asylum Seeker Families
Marie Curie
PJ Library
Queens Crescent Community Association (QCCA)
Michelle Martin
Rene Cassin
SAHA ( Salvation Army Housing Association)
Save a Child's Heart
Sebby's Corner
Southend Foodbank
St John's Hospice
Sufra NW London
The Joely Bear Appeal
The Separated Child Foundation
Woodland Trust