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Young Chai’s ‘Sugar Chai – The Debate on Sugar Tax’ raises over £1,120

Three of the UK’s nutrition and food industry experts were grilled on Wednesday evening at Young Chai’s exclusive live debate on Sugar Tax at Chai’s Flagship Centre in Hendon. 
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The Mayor of Barnet’s Charity Bridge Lunch at Chai raises £7,300

On Wednesday 27th January, Chai’s flagship centre in Hendon was full to capacity with 110 avid bridge players for ‘The Mayor of Barnet’s Charity Bridge Lunch’. The event, hosted by the Mayor of Barnet, Councillor Mark Shooter, and organised by Carol Ellman and Angela White, raised an impressive £7,300 which will help t...

Team Chai - First Give at Hasmonean

On Wednesday 20th January, Hasmonean Boys’ School participated in the final of First Give, an initiative that encourages young people to give their time, tenacity and talents to improve their local communities.
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Joel Anderson climbs Kilimanjaro raising over £5,660 for Chai

On the 4th of January 2016, Joel Anderson embarked on the challenge of a lifetime, trekking up the highest freestanding mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro!

Chana and Yitzi Weisz give their tzedaka money to Chai

Chana and Yitzi Weisz brought their tzedaka money into Chai.

Mayor of Barnet lights the Menorah at the Chai Art Workshop

On Thursday 10th December Chai’s Art Workshop welcomed the Mayor of Barnet, Councillor Mark Shooter to light the Chanukah candles. 

Chai’s Wednesday Afternoon Club Chanukah Social

On Wednesday 9th December, Chai’s Wednesday Afternoon Club welcomed over 50 clients for our annual Chanukah Social.

Chai ‘Circle of Light’ 25th Anniversary Dinner raises £1.2m

Chai Cancer Care, the Jewish Community’s Cancer Support Organisation raised £1.2m at its annual Dinner last night (7th December). The event entitled ‘Circle of Light’ was held for the first time at London’s Roundhouse, and was attended by a record breaking 800 guests, raising the much needed funds for Chai to provide i...

Simon and Max Misrahi go blonde raising £13,000 for Chai

Immanuel College students, Simon (17) and Max (16) Misrahi, chose to dye their hair blonde to raise awareness of breast cancer, its impact and to support Chai Cancer Care. So far they have raised a staggering £13,000 for Chai’s specialist cancer support services.

Chai Five’s ‘An Evening of Musical Bingo!’ raises £1000 for Chai

Chai’s main hall at the Flagship Centre in Hendon was transformed into the ideal setting for Chai Five’s ‘An Evening of Musical Bingo!’ on Sunday 22nd November.