The Guest List

Drugsline gets warm praise from Lenny Henry

November 13, 2008

Drugsline welcomed 200 guests to its third annual dinner. In his address, comedian Lenny Henry told the 200 guests that Drugsline's grassroots work in schools could be compared to the achievements of Comic Relief, both of which work to positively affect future generations of vulnerable people. Calling on the guests to support the Redbridge-based charity he concluded: "Drugsline is an amazing charity." The event was held at the Millennium Hotel, in London's West End

Photos: Danielle Manson

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Birthday bash for Emunah rustles up £300,000

November 7, 2008

More than 400 people attended Emunah's 75th anniversary gala dinner at the Guildhall, London, which was hosted by Manny and Brigitta Davidson. In his address, guest speaker Dan Gillerman, former Israeli ambassador to the UN, spoke about the welfare work of Emunah. The dinner raised around £300,000 for Emunah projects in Israel

Photos: Danielle Manson

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Bridge players in the capital raise £70k for Jewish Care

November 7, 2008

Two hundred took part in Jewish Care’s 12th annual Bridge Extravaganza at the Landmark Hotel in Marylebone, London, raising £70,000 for dementia sufferers. Co-chairs Patsy Bloom and Susan James paid tribute to the generosity of the players and sponsors

Photos: Jason Andrews

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London diners raise £250k for Reform movement

October 30, 2008

The Reform Movement attracted 240 people to its annual dinner at the Royal Institute of British Architects in Central London. In his address, Ronald Harwood, who won an Oscar as the screenwriter for the film The Pianist, spoke about how he had rediscovered his Jewish identity through his involvement with the Reform Movement. The event raised £250,000 for the Movement

Photos: Simon Joseph

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A literary bash in the capital makes £20K for Wizo projects

October 30, 2008

Authors Joanna Trollope, Gyles Brandreth and Simon Sebag-Montefiore were the speakers at a literary lunch held by Wizo.UK as part of its 90th anniversary celebrations. The event, held at
St John's Wood Synagogue, attracted more than 230 diners who raised over £20,000 for Wizo projects in Israel.

Photos: Sheli Levenson

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A big crowd supports Laniado UK at a London art fair

October 23, 2008

More than 500 Laniado UK supporters attended a champagne cocktail reception for the charity at Art London 2008. In this, Art London's 10th anniversary, Laniado UK was selected as its chosen charity. "Collate for Laniado" was curated by artist Adam Ball. The event was held in the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, and showcased the works of more than 75 galleries.

Photos: John Rifkin

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A London party showcases the work of Israeli students

October 23, 2008

British Friends of Shenkar College held a summer show at the head office of Marks & Spencer in Central London. The event displayed the work of 17 students from the Ramat Gan college who had been in the UK for the past 10 weeks on work experience at companies including M&S, Long Tall Sally and River Island. The event, attended by 120 people, was hosted by M&S chairman Sir Stuart Rose.

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London diners raise a record £3.8m for UJIA projects

October 17, 2008

Prime Minister Gordon Brown was the guest speaker at the UJIA annual dinner and campaign launch. In his address, he told the 800-strong audience: "What makes UJIA so unique is that you do not just give money - you invest in people. You invest in the future. You invest in hope." At the fundraising dinner, held at the Hilton Hotel in London, UJIA unveiled plans to spend £20.5 million on education programmes in Israel and the UK. The event raised a record £3.77 million

Photos: John Rifkin

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A London crowd brushes up on ethics at a Jabe seminar

October 17, 2008

One hundred attended a Jewish Association for Business Ethics seminar on ethical challenges. In his address, Jabe president, Sir Jonathan Sacks, said: "A Jewish organisation is not simply an organisation run by Jews or for Jews. It is an organisation run according to Jewish law. Anything else is not worthy of the name." The event was held at the West End offices of BDO Stoy Hayward

Photos: John Rifkin

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