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Today's JLGB is a modern, thriving, innovative and award winning organisation reaching out to over 4000 Jewish young people each year, offering them the opportunity to enrich their lives through a diverse range of positive experiences, exciting activities, leadership training and skills development programmes.




The #iwill campaign communicates with, connects and challenges organisations across the UK so that they embed support for youth social action into their culture and practice. They want to make participation in social action the norm for young people under 20. The campaign supports and empowers youth to be active citizens, both now and in the future.

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Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) helps to drive growth, enrich lives and promote Britain abroad. They protect and promote cultural and artistic heritage and help businesses and communities to grow by investing in innovation. They help give the UK a unique advantage on the global stage, striving for economic success.


The National Lottery Community Fund

The National Lottery raises money for good causes. The National Lottery Community Fund is a distributor of National Lottery funding, established as a non-departmental public body by an Act of Parliament. They aim to listen, collaborate and fund so that good things happen. In 2019/2020 they funded over 8,189 projects that brought communities together.

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Pears Foundation

The Pears Foundation aims to benefit society by promoting positive identity and citizenship. It is dedicated to creating a more equitable, caring society and building respect and understanding between people of different backgrounds and faiths.

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The Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation

This Foundation was established in 1965 by Maurice Wohl. It gives charitable grants intended to bring about change in key areas in the UK, with a particular focus on the advancement of medical sciences, Jewish community welfare and Jewish education. The trustees also support projects in the areas of arts and humanities.

>> The Wohl Legacy

Genesis Philanthropy Group

Genesis Philanthropy Group (GPG) aims to advance Jewish engagement into the 21st century to create a more diverse and connected global Jewish community. Their work is inspired by their founders' deep commitment to develop innovative formats geared towards the expansion of Jewish engagement opportunities worldwide.

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Bloom Foundation

The Bloom Foundation, set up by the chairman of Brighton & Hove Albion Tony Bloom, is dedicated to supporting the Jewish community in Brighton and beyond. The foundation is strongly committed to promoting tolerance and equality.

Dangoor Education

Dangoor Education is part of the philanthropy of The Exilarch’s Foundation. The Foundation was set up in 1978 by Sir Naim Dangoor to promote education and Jewish causes. The Foundation has made many philanthropic gifts in the realms of education and healthcare. 

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Jewish Youth Fund

Providing grants and/or loans to Jewish youth organisations throughout Great Britain towards the cost of projects and equipment that will enhance the Jewish youth service and provide constructive leisure time activity for Jewish young people.

>> Jewish Youth Fund

Children's Aid Commitee


The CAC is a charitable trust run by a committee dedicated to the continuing of an effective youth provision for young Jewish people.

It was established in 1955 as a funding body to support Jewish youth organisations in the London and Home counties region

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