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JEWISH CARE: Family fun day held to raise funds for Stanmore care facility

 Published on: 3rd July 2022   |   By: Christina Pantelly   |   Category: Uncategorized

More than 3,000 people attended a Stanmore-based health and social care service’s largest Family Fun Day.

Returning after a two-year hiatus, Jewish Care hosted its largest-ever Family Fun Day on Sunday, June 12.

The day generated donations to aid residents at Jewish Care’s Anita Dorfman House care facility, which is part of Sandringham, Jewish Care’s newest care and community hub in Stanmore.

Families of all ages enjoyed a day of fun, food, and entertainment, which included activities such as Zorbing, bungee trampolines, inflatables, and soft play.

Parent, Gemma Sinai, said: “It’s been a really fun day and so well organised. It’s really nice to see everyone from the community get together. I have a personal connections as my uncle lives at a Jewish Care home so we are very pleased to support the charity.”

Sisters, Liliana,10 and Ariella, eight, said: “It was really cool. The trampolines, tea cups and climbing tower were really fun and I really liked the food.”

Amy Woolf, chair Jewish Care Families and Jewish Care Trustee, saidL “It was wonderful to see so many families having a brilliant day out at the Jewish Care Family Fun Day today.  I would like to thank everyone who worked so hard, all of our volunteers and also everyone who came along to support us to make it such a great success.”

Adam Overlander-Kaye, Jewish Care’s director of fundraising & community engagement, added: “It was a totally brilliant event and was wonderful to see so many people across the generations having a fun day whilst raising much needed funds for Jewish Care’s Anita Dorfman House care home at Sandringham.”

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