World Jewish Relief's emergency appeal for victims of the devastating floods in Pakistan has passed £40,000.
The money has been used to purchase family kits helping almost 6,400 people and will assist in the reconstruction of homes destroyed.
Other organisations are rallying around the WJR appeal. "As a community that has a humanitarian aspect supporting causes outside of our own interests, it's a no-brainer that we will be supporting the WJR's appeal," said Board of Deputies chief executive Jon Benjamin.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg this week condemned the international response to the crisis as "lamentable". He said that around a quarter of the aid to date had come from Britain.