Cash boost for Aim Habonim

By Jonathan Kalmus, September 6, 2012

A wealth management company has helped a Manchester Jewish specialist school for severely disabled children overhaul new premises.

St James Wealth Management Foundation has given £2,500 to help Salford’s Aim Habonim school as part of a £200,000 refurbishment. The school assists 36 strictly Orthodox children with disabilities. It still needs major funds to complete the work, which include a specialist playground which will also be open to the community.

Aim Habonim’s Dovid Leaman said the St James donation and other donations will help the children “have a better quality of life”.

Last updated: 1:35pm, September 6 2012