Please find below a selection of WJR's videos featuring different aspects of WJR's work. Watch the film and click on the links to find out more about our work.
Operation Winter Survival 2012 Snowflake film:
To find out about WJR's work, see our Info film below:
Livelihood Development Programme
WJR's Livelihood Development Programme in Moldova has already helped mothers to escape the poverty trap and build a sustainable future for themselves and their family.
With your support WJR we will expand the programme in Moldova to empower many more women to gain new skills and employment, providing childcare whilst they train on the course
In 2011, WJR was delighted to have HRH The Prince of Wales as Patron of the Liveilhood Development Project (LDP) in Ukraine.
Sand Art Video - Annual Dinner 2011
Over 500 dedicated World Jewish Relief (WJR) supporters gathered at London’s Guildhall on Monday 21st November for this historic international charity’s annual dinner. Once again WJR’s supporters displayed incredible generosity and donated more than £1.3 million, which will resource WJR’s vital work in 13 countries around the world.
Sergei One Year On
WJR's new Home Repair Programme is working with partners to modify homes, making them more accessible for people with disabilities, as well as making homes safe and secure for older people and families. Hear from Sergei what a difference it has made to him that he that he can get outside every day, something which wasn't possible before. To find out more about how we support people with disabilities click here.
WJR's Home Repairs Programme Changes Lives
Our innovative programme makes vital restorations to the dilapidated homes of some of our most impoverished clients, living in freezing conditions and abject poverty across Moldova and Ukraine. In this emotional film, Luisa's tells her story and explains how WJR's vital support providing food provisions and home repairs has helped her to survive. Find out more about WJR's Home Repairs Programme here.
Operation Winter Survival 2011
Over the winter many families have no money for fuel to provide warmth in their homes with temperatures dropping as low as -20C. Many people are living in dilapidated old buildings badly in need of repair with leaking rooves, no running water or plumbing. Older people living alone have to walk through the snow to use an outdoor toilet. If they are ill they will have to choose between buying food or medicine. Watch this film and find out how you can help here.