Yeshiva and Seminary Fund
Edgware Yeshurun Synagogue Yeshiva and Seminary Fund is a charity registered by its Trustees- Stephen Deutsch, Mark Goldwater and Royston Coleman since 2005 with the Charity Commission under registration number 1111523 and is commonly known as the Yeshiva and Seminary Fund.
The Charity’s objective is to provide funding for the benefit of children and young persons to further their orthodox Jewish education by attending Yeshiva (Talmudical College) or Girls Seminary and such other courses of orthodox Jewish study that may be available from time to time.
Appeals for contributions are usually made on a bi-annual basis to the members of the Edgware Yeshurun Synagogue and those associated with them. Donations however are always welcome and cheques or charity vouchers made payable to the Fund can be sent confidentially care of the Shul office.
Applications for Grants
Applications for grants from the Fund are sought from children and young people (or the parents) in the locale who are encouraged to return to the Community after their period of study and participate fully in imparting their knowledge and experiences to the youth of the Edgware area and indeed any other areas where they choose to pursue their education or careers. See link to application form which should be sent in confidence to one of the Trustees.
As a result of the grants supplied by the Charity a number of children of members of the Community have been able to commence or continue courses of study at Yeshiva or Seminary which would not otherwise have been possible. Indeed many of them have returned to their home town or relocated to pursue further educational studies in the UK have used their widened knowledge and experience to assist with and give benefit to both formal and informal educational activities not only in the wider Edgware community but in Jewish communities throughout the UK and Israel.
Grants are awarded in the discretion of the Trustees to worthy applicants according to a consideration of their parents’ financial means and the appropriateness of the suggested course of study as against the Charity’s objects.
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