Your chance to make a difference!

- Are you looking for volunteering opportunities?
- Would you like to meet like minded people and do acts of kindness at the same time?

To join a friendly and informal group of volunteers
or to receive more info contact us.

Local Opportunities include:


GIFT currently run a tutoring program on Sunday's called Panim El Panim and are in need of  young professional volunteers! It is run from 10:00am - 12:00pm at the Aish Centre in Hendon. Volunteers do not have to do commit to every Sunday but must commit to the 2 hours on the Sunday that you can do. 

Volunteers are also needed to help pack food packages for GIFT on Wednesday and Friday’s mornings 9-11am. GIFT are also in need of weekly drivers. Please contact their office on 020 8457 4429 or email natalie@jgift.org


Tikun is proud to announce the launch of its 7th annual volunteering project: Light Up a Life! Running from December 23 - January 2 the initiative seeks to fill the gaps left by workers and families going on vacation by placing Jewish volunteers in their stead. With ten days of action packed activities there is sure to be something fun and meaningful for everyone! Register now - it only takes a small deed to make a big difference!

Website link: www.tikun.co.uk/lightupalife 


A local old age home needs your help for Shabbos davening once a month. They require someone to lein, to lead davening and people to make up the minyan. If you are interested in this big mitzvah please contact Rabbi Brandeis.

Friends of the Sick - are looking for paid volunteers to act as carers for their patients who are incapacitated because of poor health or old age. If you have a few spare hours during the week  and would like to do a mitzvah as well as earn some money you could become a carer to  their Jewish patients  who are based all over NW London.  You will need to have a cheerful and pleasant personality, be caring and considerate, and willing to help others. They will pay £7 per hour +£2 towards transport costs per day per client. You will need to have a CRB check. For further details email info@friends-of-the-sick.org.uk or call 020 7435 0836.

Norwood is a charity that works with Jewish adults and children with learning disabilities and families in need. They have many exciting and rewarding voluntary roles working for, or alongside, the people they support. Roles include ; Buddying, Group Outings Assistants and Cultural Assistants. Email volunteer.placements@norwood.org.uk  for an application pack or call 0208 420 6838 for an informal chat!

There are a number of volunteering opportunities available at the JLE. For more details please contact us.

Other Links:

Jewish Voluntary Network (JVN) is a national charity connecting people across the community. They work across the voluntary, public and private sectors to raise the profile of volunteering within the Jewish community. Their highly developed website helps volunteers find suitable opportunities and telephone helpline offers a bespoke matching service for specific projects. Whether you choose to give one hour a week to a local organisation, one month contributing to a national campaign or go volunteering abroad, JVN matches volunteers with the right opportunities to fit their interests and skills. JVN are proud to have hundreds of charities in our network offering roles as varied as delivering meals, putting on pantomimes, making food parcels, writing websites as well as administration, hands on social welfare projects and fundraising. Their aims are to: 

  • Bring volunteers and volunteering opportunities together
  • Support charitable organisations who serve the Jewish community
  • Develop corporate responsibility programmes in the business community
  • Do something great today.... become a volunteer!

Camp Simcha - Improving the quality of life for children with cancer and other life thereatening illnesses

One Family - Rebuilding the shattered lives of Israel\'s Terror Victims

World Jewish Relief  - the leading UK Jewish International agency responding to the needs of Jewish communities at risk or in crisis outside the Uk and Israel.