The JLGB strives to help develop a society that values Jewish young people and their contributions to their local and wider communities by aiming to make every effort to train, develop and support them through their transition from young person to adult to become active citizens in society.
The JLGB trains and develops young people of the Jewish faith to reach their potential through active citizenship, within both the Jewish and wider community, empowering them to become future leaders of tomorrow.
Through a diverse range of experiences and activities the JLGB seeks to enrich the lives of young Jewish people through its local, regional and national framework. The JLGB removes barriers to participation by providing positive activities within a fun, friendly, safe and structured environment, that meet the religious and cultural needs of the Jewish community.
The JLGB encourages friendship through achievement, recognition and personal development programmes, which prepare and enable young Jewish people to develop the essential life skills needed to help their transition from young person to adult life.
JLGB aims to:
- To enable Jewish young people to improve their personal and social skills.
- To give young people recognition for their achievements through nationally accredited training programmes and award schemes.
- To empower Jewish young people to make a positive contribution to their local communities.
- To produce skilled youth leaders though the training and development of adult volunteers.
- To develop new approaches to meeting young people’s needs that can be shared and replicated.
Established: February 1989
Registered Charity Number: 286950
Board members: 12
Full time staff: 20
Part time staff: 5
Phone number: 0208 989 8990
Address: JLGB, Camperdown, 3 Beechcroft Road E181LAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website