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    Ben Uri Gallery

    (Also known as Art Identity Migration)
    108a Boundary RoadLondonNW8 0RH
    A registered charity and museum, we’re the only specialist art museum in Europe addressing universal and ever-more central issues of identity and migration through the visual arts.
    020 7604 3991

    Camden Police Community Safety Unit

    (CSU)
    10 Lambs Conduit StreetLondonWC1N 3NR
    Investigates crimes relating to race/faith hate, domestic violence, anti-Semitism, homophobia and Safeguarding adults from risk of abuse. Serves the whole of the Borough of Camden. If an incident takes place in another Borough that Borough's Community Safety Unit will deal with it.
    020 8733 6443, 020 8733 6550, 020 8733 5946, 020 8733 5665, 020 8733 5565 Fax: 020 8733 6598

    CST (Community Security Trust)

    National organisation which offers security advice and training for Jewish individuals and organisations, as well as offers a reporting service for victims of antisemitic hate crime. Based in Barnet. (The information shown here was taken from the organisation's website).
    020 8457 9999

    Friends of the Jewish Museum

    Jewish Museum129-131, Albert StreetLondonNW1 7NB
    Friends group supporting the Jewish Museum. Members receive a range of benefits, including a programme of exclusive Friends events, newsletter and free admission to the newly redeveloped Jewish Museum in Camden.
    020 7284 7384 Fax: 020 7284 7385

    Friends of The Sick (Chevrat Bikkur Cholim)

    463a Finchley RoadLondonNW3 6HN
    Help for handicapped and ill Jewish people in their own homes.
    020 7435 0836

    Hampstead Synagogue Luncheon Club

    Hampstead Synagogue Community CentreDennington Park RoadLondonNW6 1AX
    The Hampstead Synagogue Guild Luncheon Club arranges occasional lunchtime speakers Wed. The lunches take place 12 noon-2pm and are open to members and guests at a price of £5 if booked in advance and £6 on the door.
    020 7435 1518

    Interfaith Action

    (Interact)
    Star House104-108, Grafton RoadLondonNW5 4BA
    Not-for-profit organisation working with students and young people, aged 14-25 from all faith backgrounds and none across London for positive social action and interaction. Seeking opportunities to work with faith and community/youth groups in Camden (including places of worship). Also organise Interfaith Challenges (one-off days…
    020 7482 4020

    Jewish Blind and Disabled

    (Formerly Jewish Blind and Physically Handicapped Society)
    London-wide sheltered housing charity. Based in Mill Hill.
    020 8371 6611 Fax: 020 8371 4225

    Jewish Care

    Jewish Care runs more than 70 centres and specialist services throughout London and the South-East. Based in Barnet. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    020 8922 2222 (Helpline) 020 8922 2000 (Office)

    Jewish Community Centre for London

    (Also known as JW3)
    341-351 Finchley RoadLondonNW3 6ET
    Cultural organisation holding events throughout the year at various locations across London. Aiming to provide a building where cultural events and social action will take place.
    020 7433 8989, Tickets: 020 7433 8988 Fax: 020 7431 6483
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