Take the Lead

Joining our Fellowship or becoming a patron demonstrates your ongoing support and commitment to Leeds Jewish Welfare Board.

Leeds Jewish Welfare Board relies on the generosity of many people, giving what they can and doing their best to raise funds for the cause. The LJWB Fellowship recognises those people that wish to become more involved with LJWB and are able to pledge a minimum of £500 annually. Should you wish to take your commitment one level further and become a ‘Patron of the Board‘ you will need to commit to giving an annual donation of £5000 or above.

JOIN THE FELLOWSHIP


Membership of ‘The Fellowship’ is the best way of showing that you share Leeds Jewish Welfare Board’s values of dignity, care and humanity

It provides an opportunity for you to play an integral part in the work of LJWB. It is not just about making a regular or fixed contribution; it is about making a real difference to those who need us most

By giving a minimum annnual pledge of £500 or just £42 per month, you can join over 160 other Fellowship members who support our work

As an active member of the Fellowship you become ambassadors for our cause and will gain a valuable insight into the impact of the care we deliver to the Community

Fellowship members benefit from:

  • Our New Year Breakfast Brief
  • Fellowship Newsletter
  • Spring Speaker breakfast
  • Personal meetings with key trustees and directors
  • Corporate logos can be displayed on the homepage of LJWB website
  • Corporate PR available for donations above £1000
  • Should you wish to take your commitment one level further and become a ‘Patron of the Board’ you will need to commit to giving an annual donation of £5000 or above.

If you require any further information about the Fellowship, becoming a Patron or would like any further information about our projects please do not hesitate to contact Meirav Sasson on 0113 218 5848 or meirav.sasson@ljwb.co.uk

BECOME A PATRON

We are extremely grateful to our Life Patrons who play their part in promoting the profile of the charity by raising awareness and also through their generous support

  • Andrew Brown MBE
  • Henry Cohen
  • Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis
  • Lord Jonathan Sacks
  • The late Leslie Silver OBE
  • Dr Marjorie Ziff MBE

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the 2014-15 Patrons for their loyal & continuing support that is so important to our work

  • Susan & Paul Appell
  • Susan & Stephen Fearnley
  • Sharon & Daniel Green
  • Debbie & Russell Manning
  • Nicole & Simon Myerson
  • Marcia & Richard Rose
  • Marilyn & Grahame Stowe
  • Philippa & Jonathan Straight
  • Monica & Jeffrey Walton
  • Debbie & Michael Ziff
  • Dee & Edward Ziff