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Jewish Legacy Shabbat

On the 1st March 2014, WJR and 46 other charities, will be joining Jewish Legacy to hold a special Legacy Shabbat across synagogues in London.  This shabbat hopes to engage people in conversation about legacies and answer questions about leaving a legacy to a Jewish charity. 

For more information please contact info@wjr.org.uk or visit Jewish Legacy at www.jewishlegacy.org.uk

Leaving a Legacy to WJR

WJR are absolutely reliant on gifts in wills, which typically fund at least ten per cent of our programmes every year. Without this ongoing, vital support, WJR would be unable to provide the range and depth of services to people living in abject poverty, assisting them in the transformation of their lives and livelihoods. 

People like 94-year-old Haya who lives in Zaporozhye, Ukraine. She is a wonderful lady who has lived an incredible life. Sadly, today she is all alone. She is entirely bed bound and with failing health relies on the generosity of people like you to support her and keep her spirits up each and every day.

Any support you can give will be enormously appreciated and will make a real difference to the lives of our clients. For further information, please contact Paul Stein, Director of Fundraising and Marketing Communications, on 020 8736 1258 / pas@wjr.org.uk.

WJR is a partner of Jewish Legacy, a cross-communal initiative which aims to make members of the UK Jewish community aware that their favourite charities will still need them for future generations.

If you would like more information on them or the campaign you can visit their website www.jewishlegacy.org.uk

If you are active on Twitter and Facebook, please follow @JewishLegacy and add Jewish Legacy as a friend on Facebook.

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