JLGB launches campaign to raise £250k

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JLGB launches campaign to raise £250k

The Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade's 36-hour fundraiser will help further empower Jewish youth


Youth organisation The Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade (JLGB) is this Bank Holiday Monday launching an urgent 36-hour fundraising campaign to raise a quarter of a million pounds to empower the next generation.

JLGB is asking the community to help build a brighter future by supporting its vital life changing services for thousands of Jewish young people across the UK.

The organisation’s programmes inspire thousands of young Jews through a range of services including adventure camps, skill-building clubs, leadership qualifications, and volunteering and achievement awards, including the unique Kosher Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

With the recent announcement of His Majesty The King’s renewed Royal Patronage to JLGB, they are determined more than ever to empower the next generation.

JLGB chief executive, Neil Martin said: “JLGB has always been a beacon of hope and resilience for the youth of our community, particularly during difficult times. This campaign falls at a critical moment for the children of our community, where the resilience of young people has been truly tested, first through the pandemic and now with a concerning rise in antisemitism.”

To support the fundraising, click here. Every donation during the campaign will be doubled.

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