AJR (Association of Jewish Refugees)

AJR provides social, welfare and care services to Jewish Victims of Nazi oppression living in Great Britain. AJR has a nationwide network of regional groups offering their members a unique opportunity to socialise and enjoy entertainment in their local area. Members also receive support from volunteers and can obtain advice and assistance on welfare rights as well as on Holocaust reparation. AJR is also committed to ensuring that future generations can learn about the Holocaust


Current opportunities

Volunteers will visit twice a month for two hours to chat, listen or laugh, go for coffee or a walk in the park. That is all it takes to make a difference. Volunteers are given the privilege of hearing extraordinary stories. Volunteers will receive free training, disclosure check, ongoing support, supervision and travel expenses, where applicable

Volunteers will visit twice a month for an hour or two to help keep up-to-date with computers, iPads and simple tasks like emails, Skype, trouble shooting and help with basic skills. That is all it takes to make a big difference. Volunteers are given the privilege of hearing extraordinary stories. Volunteers will receive free training, disclosure check, ongoing support, supervision and travel expenses, where applicable.