Charity Events

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Bournemouth Golda Emunah

invites you to

remember and celebrate the Green Park Hotel with a

Film and Afternoon Tea

on Sunday 11 December 2016 at 2pm in the Menorah Suite, Glen Fern Road

There will be a private screening of the film

The Green Park


directed by Justin Hardy, written by Jack Fishburn.

This screening has been given to us exclusively by the producer Marsha Lee. We will also be inviting members of the audience to share their memories of the vibrant life of this local hotel.

If you have any hotel photographs or memorabilia that you would like to share, or if you would like to purchase tickets please contact Rosamunde Bloom on 01202 292790, Marilyn Dexter on 01202 780030 or Anne Ozdamar on 01202 801597.

The afternoon is dedicated to the memory of Hilda  Marks  o”h, longstanding Patron of British Emunah. Proceeds of this function will go towards The Hilda and Sam Marks Counselling Centre in Naharia.

Donation £12.50  Raffle

Cannot be paid with charity cheque or voucher

British Emunah Fund  Charity Registration Number: 215398

Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for SHALVA

Dear Friends,

I will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in October 2015 to raise money for SHALVA, the Association for Mentally and Physically Challenged Children in Israel, a truly remarkable non-denominational organisation dedicated to providing quality care for children with special needs, empowering them and their families and promoting a more tolerant, warmer society.

Many of us take for granted the gifts we were given at birth and which remain with us each day – our mental and physical faculties. These gifts help us to meet, tackle and overcome the challenges we face in life; they’re tools that help us achieve our goals, our hopes and our dreams in our lifelong pursuit of happiness.

The children and families I’ll be climbing for face daily challenges that many of us cannot comprehend. SHALVA helps those families in their pursuit of happiness through the wonderful services it provides.

I believe that SHALVA is a charity that deserves our support.

I’m committed to achieving my goal of reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro and I’m committed to raising £5k for SHALVA to make the effort worthwhile. I’ll be dedicating my time (2 weeks), my energy (climbing a mountain!) and my money (transport, equipment, admin. costs etc.) to this mission; this is but a drop in the ocean of resources that those for whom I am climbing need to have access to and to draw on every day of their lives.

Please, please, please support SHALVA by sponsoring me.The impact you will have on the happiness and quality of life of those in need is priceless.

You can read about the charity here:

My sponsorship page is here:

Thank you.

Anton Eriera

Anton Ereira


We walked the Wall for Emunah

(12-15 July 2015)

We have now returned from our adventure at Hadrian’s Wall, and didn’t get TOO wet and muddy!  Many people have asked us how many miles we actually walked and the answer is that it’s difficult to know.  The best we can tell you is that we walked approximately six hours each day for three days, and another two hours on the final day.  We walked with a wonderful group of 16 ladies who came together in a spirit of camaraderie to raise funds for the amazing projects that Emunah undertakes in Israel.  Our guide was an archaeologist and he brought to life the glorious landscapes so that by the end, we too could spot where there would have been a wall or a fort or a milecastle underneath the surface, just by looking at the lay of the land.

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The whole trip was masterfully organised by two wonderful ladies from Emunah Head Office, Mindy and Alison.  We had food catered by a local Gateshead caterer which we all enjoyed.  Please don’t worry that your donation might have gone towards us having a lovely four day holiday, we did pay for our expenses out of our own pockets!  All the money that we raised has been sent straight off to Emunah in Israel to a children’s home near the border with Gaza for the children to be treated to a summer holiday this year after spending the bulk of their summer holidays last year in bomb shelters.  It’s nice to know that all donations have been put to such an immediate good use.

Thank you so much to all of you who donated; You helped us to raise over £3,500 between us.  We couldn’t have done it without you!


Anne Ozdamar & Marilyn Dexter

For Bournemouth Golda Emunah