Donate to JewishCare
Donations for a Simcha or in honour of a special occasion
What better way to celebrate a special occasion than by helping less fortunate people in the community? People are increasingly donating to JewishCare in lieu of gifts for simcha celebrations.
If you want to do this please click here. JewishCare will send a beautiful card acknowledging your generosity.
Donations for any other reason
If you want to donate for any other reason or occasion, be it happy or sad, please click here.
If you just want to make a one-off or monthly donation for no particular reason click here.
Donations are so important to JewishCare. We rely on them to operate programs that make such a difference to the lives of needy and vulnerable people.
A bequest to JewishCare remains the ultimate way to support our valuable services.
By setting aside a share of your assets to JewishCare Foundation Trust or JewishCare Mental Health Foundation, you will be remembered for assisting clients with special needs in the years ahead.
After you have looked after your family and friends, please consider extending your generosity to the clients who rely on JewishCare. Any amount, large or small, is of great value to our cause.
Become a JewishCare Member
Although JewishCare is most grateful for the financial support it receives from government, JCA NSW, and the Claims Conference, we also rely on support from individual members of the community, as well as the corporate community.
You can help JewishCare to help people in need by becoming a Member of JewishCare.
The cost is only $11 per year per person. Any additional tax deductible donation you are able to provide will be greatly appreciated.
Click here to become a member.
JewishCare could not do all that it does without volunteers. There are many ways for you to get involved as a volunteer and JewishCare has over 500 volunteers who really make a difference.
Whether you are in full-time education, working full or part-time, taking a career break or reaching retirement, you can make a difference to other people’s lives – from just an hour a week. Depending on your role you will receive all necessary training and ongoing support as required.
Volunteering is fun and stimulating and can help you learn new skills and make friends.
Please click here to learn how you can help.
“I don’t know what we would do without JewishCare. They are so caring and efficient as well as being flexible.”
Stella Wolfgang’s daughter Maryla
“As our needs have increased so has JewishCare’s help. Without JewishCare’s wonderful caring staff we would be in a home for the aged for sure.”