Sharing is caring with the Leus Family Foundation
The Leus Family Foundation is delighted to support Jewish Care, the largest health and social care organisation serving the Jewish community in London and the South East.
Jewish Care runs over seventy centres and services, touching the lives of 10,000 people every week. The charity works within the community to help older people, people with mental health needs, holocaust survivors, people living with dementia, carers and people who are bereaved and recently separated.
Our Founder, Dmitry, says: “Jewish Care is a fantastic charity and undertakes a huge amount of giving and support in the Jewish community in London and the South East. Its benefits are far reaching, and they are always so innovative thinking of new programmes and events they can introduce to help even more. We were happy to be able to support their recent COVID appeal which was focused on raising funds toward Personal Protection Equipment and extra staff.”
Over the next 10 years, Jewish Care is looking to raise over £100m to care for vulnerable people. They are relying on at least £40m of this sum being donated by generous supporters in our community.
Other News & Events
The Leus Family Foundation was established by the businessman and philanthropist Dmitry Leus. Born in Turkmenistan and now living with his family in the UK, Leus founded the charity to support children who are challenged by illness, poverty or special needs, in the UK...
By Tom Bramwell The Runnymede club welcomes children aged five to 13 with a range of learning and physical disabilities Bright Lights Youth Club in Runnymede has received further support from the Leus Family Foundation, with the latest grant including toys and...
The Harrow Club, which has six youth clubs across west London serving over 500 children and young people, has received a much-needed bus donated by the Leus Family Foundation. The Harrow Club has been working with the local community since...
What they say
We are incredibly grateful for Dmitry’s and The Leus Family Foundation’s continued support of St George’s Hospital Charity and our Children’s Appeal.
Gardens and outdoor spaces are important for the recovery of all patients, especially children, and our hope is to make the newly designed Serenity garden a fun, engaging and accessible space for children and their loved ones.