Winter WarmthMake a Donation
Will you help older Jewish people survive the freezing winter?
With temperatures dropping as low as -29°C and pensions too meagre to pay for heating, winter can be life-threateningly cold for many of the older Jewish people we support in Eastern Europe.
To help them survive the icy conditions we provide wood or coal for burning, we cover costs of gas and electricity for heating and we deliver warm clothes, blankets and other essentials to them, as well as working year-round to repair their dilapidated homes and keep the cold out.
Don't give them the cold shoulder.
Donate today to help older Jews stay safe and warm this winter.
£25 Could buy enough gas or coal to keep a family warm for two months in Moldova
£50 helps provide food parcels to give warm food to older people during the coldest time
£108 can provide wood for an older person to heat their home and survive the winter months