JLGB raises £250,000 to empower Jewish youth

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JLGB raises £250,000 to empower Jewish youth

Supported by 750 donors, The Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade's 36-hour fundraiser surpasses its original and bonus goal targets

JLGB. Photo credit: Devon Shoob Photography
JLGB. Photo credit: Devon Shoob Photography

JLGB has surpassed its goal to raise £250k in a 36-hour fundraising campaign.

The Jewish Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade’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.

The support of 750 donors ensures that JLGB can continue to provide vital services that empower thousands of Jewish young people across the UK.

Neil Martin, JLGB chief executive said: “We are truly humbled and grateful for the outpouring of support from our community. Reaching our bonus goal of £250,000 demonstrates the collective commitment of our brilliant supporters to empowering our youth. This will have a lasting impact on the future leaders of our community.”

“With these funds, JLGB is more equipped than ever to inspire and empower the next generation. The success of this campaign underscores the resilience and generosity of the community, and the organisation is excited to continue its mission with renewed vigour.”

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