Barnet United Synagogue Ukraine Appeal

Barnet Synagogue

Please support our appeal. The Barnet Shul community can help people in the Ukrainian community who are facing war, hunger and terror.

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Barnet United Synagogue, London, EN5 1ND

As we look from afar and hear fresh news of bombs, shelling, families sheltering in basements and train stations we are extremely distressed. We see people fleeing from war, some leaving behind livelihoods and property, others being too frail or afraid to leave.
But, we can help.

It is fundamental to our Jewish values to give money and items to reach out to others in times of need.

As a community, Barnet Shul wants to raise as much as we can to support World Jewish Relief's Ukraine Emergency Appeal.

Money raised will help to respond to the most urgent humanitarian needs for the worst affected, whether fleeing their homes or unable to flee the violence. WJR is in constant contact with 29 partners in Ukraine who they have worked with for more than 30 years and who understand the most urgent humanitarian needs as they evolve; food, money, medical, material, and psychological support for the worst affected, especially children, families and older people in Ukraine, some of whom are Holocaust survivors.
Their response centres around their 13,000 mostly Jewish existing clients in Ukraine, with a view to extending it to other affected communities. They will support their partner organisations who continue to strive to deliver medical care, home care, companionship and dementia care to older people.
They are also in contact with partners in Moldova and Poland, who are preparing to assist Ukrainians who have fled to these countries and are looking at how they can assist them.
Many of us have great grand-parents and even grandparents from Ukraine and Eastern Europe and sadly, have families who suffered at the hands of the Nazi's and from the terrors of World War II.
We, in Barnet, are privileged to be in a position to help those who are living and displaced and who urgently need our help in Ukraine today.

Please give as generously as you can.

£6,487.00* raised so far

*This total does not include Gift Aid. Gift Aid will be added offline.

Goal £5,000.00

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Donors

  • Anonymous

  • Martin Bernard Cohen

  • Anonymous
    £100.00

  • Daniel Franks

  • Anthony Frankal
    £75.00

    We hope and pray that peace will be speedily restored.

  • Anonymous
    £100.00

  • Anonymous
    £100.00

    hope this gift helps

  • Anonymous
    £100.00

  • Anonymous
    £20.00

  • Anonymous

  • Ben Freeman
    £250.00

  • Barry Blain
    £60.00

    Wish we could do more than just send money. Our thoughts are with you all the time.

  • Anonymous
    £50.00

  • Fran Carlowe
    £365.00

    From Fran, Richard, Joel and all at the Property Professionals Breakfast Club. Some of Richard's family was from Kiev and Joel has helped out on Youth Camp in Ukraine on 4 occasions, so he has an affinity with the country & friends there. Thankfully it is in the West which is relatively safe at the moment.

  • Anonymous

  • Anonymous

  • Anonymous
    £20.00

  • Anonymous

  • Daniel Century
    £50.00

  • Anonymous
    £100.00

  • Marilyn Lehmann
    £50.00

  • Anonymous
    £25.00

  • Sandra Brookes
    £150.00

    My grandparents were from Kiev

  • Anonymous
    £100.00

  • Anonymous
    £125.00

  • Anonymous
    £500.00

  • Anonymous

  • Samuel Landau
    £100.00

    Shoshana and I pray for peace for all our brothers and sisters in Ukraine and surrounding areas.
    So proud of our wonderful community for supporting this cause.
    Thank you Solly for contributing to this amount.

  • Avril Rattner

  • Anonymous
    £25.00

  • Anonymous
    £50.00

  • Anonymous
    £50.00

  • Lee Jacobs
    £50.00

    Thank you for organising this

  • Anonymous

  • Leah Shafar
    £50.00

    Thank you so much for organising this xxx The Shafars

  • clare brudney
    £50.00

    in memory of my grandparents who came from Odessa

  • KENNY MILLER

  • Jeffrey Kirsch

    All those that are in distress and anguish, due to the conflict, are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Chazak V'ematz

  • David Shaw
    £100.00

    Thinking of the land that my Great Great Grandfather came from a shtetl near Ternopil. May the Almighty stop this evil war.

    May there be abundant peace from heaven.
    From DAvid & Natalie Shaw Together with Jacqueline

  • Ivor Ward

  • Anonymous

  • Penelope Polins
    £10.00

    Sending love to the land of my late mother’s ancestors.

  • Rebecca Levene
    £75.00

  • Anonymous
    £50.00

  • Ruth Hajioff
    £50.00

    Praying for peace

  • Anonymous
    £20.00

    to help

  • Anonymous
    £50.00

  • Gary Kaye

  • Anonymous

    Jonathan & Gillian Century

  • Anonymous
    £18.00

  • Stephen Silverman
    £100.00

    Our prayers are with everyone in Ukraine.... The Silvermans

  • Anonymous

  • Avishai Marcus
    £10.00

  • Simon Hayes
    £180.00

    Simon, Miriam, Yael, Asher & Ora wish we didn’t have to but are pleased to donate to such a good cause.

  • Michael Morris
    £100.00

  • Anonymous

    So sad that this is necessary

  • Anonymous

    Michelle and Lee Jacobs

  • Karen Danker
    £100.00

  • Anonymous

  • Anonymous

  • Jonathan Warren
    £100.00

    For the people of Ukraine in memory of my late father who was born in Lviv (Lvov Lemberg) in 1911

  • Anonymous
    £60.00

  • Naomi Creeger
    £50.00

  • Laurence Glick
    £50.00

  • Stuart Freedman
    £50.00

  • Anonymous
    £20.00

    Hope it helps

  • Anonymous

  • Deena Brown
    £50.00

  • Anonymous
    £50.00

    Thinking of all in the Ukraine

  • Anonymous

  • Sharon Gelb
    £50.00

  • Shane Marco
    £50.00

    In our thoughts and prayers

  • Anonymous

  • Barry Flack
    £100.00

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