Organisation aims / mission / values
- The AJR provides social and welfare services to Holocaust refugees and survivors in the United Kingdom
- Founded in 1941 by Jewish refugees from Central Europe, the AJR today extends membership to anyone who fled a Nazi-occupied country as a Jewish refugee or who arrived in Great Britain as a Holocaust survivor.
- Volunteering for the AJR comes in different ways – some AJR members would like someone to play cards or board games with, others like to go for a walk or be taken to the supermarket, or perhaps need help sorting out old photos or keeping filing up to date. And some people just want someone to chat to.
The Association of Jewish Refugees
How we deliver these aimsWe have a team of social workers who take care of our members' everyday needs. We also provide financial assistance to our members if needed. Through our volunteers and our social outreach programme we make sure our members are given the opportunity to socialise and meet other people if they wish to.
Who benefits from our workOur members.
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