Wolper Jewish Hospital Health Foundation latest grants

The Wolper Jewish Hospital Health Foundation (WJHHF) prides itself on supporting organisations and initiatives that are making a real difference for people in our community. The Foundation is pleased to announce its latest grant recipients for the first round of 2019

New grants were awarded to:

Australian Jewish Fertility Network – support for the appointment of a part-time General Manager to establish the AJFN as a sustainable not-for-profit corporate entity.

Bell Shakespeare – support for their “Behind the Scenes” anxiety and depression prevention program for senior students.

Friends of Refugees of Eastern Europe (F.R.E.E.) – support for their Senior Citizens Club ‘Bis 120’ which brings elderly Russian speaking members of the Jewish community together at weekly functions.

Maccabi NSW – support for their Maccabi Life community health and wellness expo.

Funding extensions were granted to:

Holdsworth Community – support for their Seniors Wellbeing Program.

JewishCare for the Jewish Suicide Prevention Strategy – continued support for the first Jewish specific suicide prevention strategy in NSW.

Maccabi NSW – providing first aid training and kits for coaches and managers of Maccabi sports teams.


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