A group of 11 runners took to the Capital’s streets for the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 23rd April, in aid of Chai Cancer Care. The event has raised £65,000 so far for the charity, which provides comprehensive, professional and expert services to any member of the Jewish community affected by a cancer diagnosis.
6 JFS Hospitality and Catering BTEC students planned, organised and produced a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory inspired, cake and hot chocolate lunch on Thursday 23rd March at JFS. The event, entitled ‘Hospitality and the Chocolate Factory’ and hosted by Matty Caplin (18), Olivia Curwen (18), Ari Grossman (18), Erika Moss (18), Ben Or...
On Wednesday 22nd March, Miriam Young challenged Chai's Wednesday Afternoon Club to create a matermind style quiz on the subject of the film 'Pretty Woman'.
Close friends, Lauren Goldstone and Natalie Verrey organised and hosted a Fundraising Musical Extravaganza on Sunday 18th March at Earl Haig Hall in aid of Chai Cancer Care and The Hospice of St Francis. Over the last few months, the girls have raised over £11,000 which will be split between the two charities.
Talented a capella group, The 4 Sons, consisting of George Rosenfeld (17), Asher Levy (18), Rafi Levy (16), Dov Forman (13), Gideon Caplan (18) and Shimon Hurst (9), chose to celebrate Purim by spieling their way around North London in aid of two charities close to their hearts, Chai Cancer Care and Emunah.
On Sunday 5th March the Shabbaton Choir brought together the beauty of music and the sanctity of prayer at a concert at the United Hebrew Congregation in Leeds.
On Sunday 19th February, Jacob Sobel set himself the ultimate endurance challenge, to play table tennis all day (10am-8pm) in aid of Chai.
On Wednesday 8th Feb, over 120 ladies attended ‘Breast Friends Forever’, a breast cancer awareness and pampering evening at Chai’s Flagship centre in Hendon. Chai’s Young Chai and Love Chai committees joined forces to organise the event, raising over £2,000 which will be put towards the ‘Chai in Schools’ Pr...
When a person is diagnosed with cancer, it rarely affects just the patient. Which is why Chai’s support extends to family members and friends who also feel the impact. This week is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week 2017. To mark it, Renee Baum and her family share their experience.
In April 2016, Benji Albert embarked on the challenge of a lifetime, trekking through the Andes mountains in Peru to reach Machu Pichu.