The Birmingham Jewish Community Care

One-off grants given to a small number of people who are Jewish and live in the West Midlands. Grants can be given for household bills, car bills, school clothing, music lessons for a gifted child, holidays for disadvantaged children, travel expenses for visiting distant cemeteries and occasionally to pay household or car bills. There is also a kosher meals-on-wheels service. 

Last updated on 19 September 2019

Who is eligible?

Jewish people in need living in the West Midlands who are in financial need. Priority is given to older people.

How to apply?

A health professional or organisation should apply on the individual's behalf. Contact the organisation for more information.

Ask any support workers or organisations you are in touch with if they can apply on your behalf. They might be an adviser, housing officer, someone from Citizens Advice or another charity.

If you can't find a suitable professional, contact the charity directly to find out if they can help.

Other information

The trust also runs a residential and nursing home, Andrew Cohen House, at Stirchley in Birmingham.

Contact details

Birmingham Jewish Community Care
19/20 Silverstone Court
River Brook Drive
B30 2SH

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