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Run entirely by volunteers, Helping Hands rely on the generosity of our patrons to be able to provide practical and emotional support within the Jewish community. Any help that you can provide is grately appreciated.

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    A regular payment of any amount, usual monthly by standing order. Please call us and ask for our bank details. Don't forget to ask about Gift Aid.
  • Legacy donation
    Leaving a gift to Helping Hands in your will is a very special way of helping and a lasting gift to the people we are trying to help and is free from inheritance tax. Please speak with your legal advisor or call us for further information.
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    If you are a business and are interested in supporting Helping Hands, please give us a call to discuss. All charitable donations are fully tax refundable and if you are interested in raising your profile, can be an excellent soure of PR.

Gift Aid
If you are a taxpayer, don't forget to ask about Gift Aid. This allows us to claim the tax back from your donation helping to make your money go further.


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