Earlier in the summer, The Jewish Learning Exchange (JLE) in conjunction with Aish UK brought 30 young professionals to Beit Halochem in Jerusalem where they were given the chance to play wheelchair basketball with veterans and tour the Centre. Rabbi Sandor Milun, who coordinated the visit commented that the...

This past week, the Beit Halochem Centres in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem welcomed over 400 Year 9 students from three renowned Jewish Secondary Schools in the UK. JCOSS, JFS and Immanuel College Year 9 students were given the opportunity to take part in a very special and...

The Annual Beit Halochem Golf Day 2018, raised £15,000. It took place on 24 May 2018 at Hartsbourne Golf & Country Club to raise funds our four Rehabilitation Centres. Two special Beit Halochem veterans attended the event and spoke movingly during the buffet lunch. Yoram Kuchel was a reservist with...

470 guests attended Beit Halochem’s 7th gala dinner at The Royal Lancaster Hotel on Wednesday night, the largest number of people to attend the annual event to date. The evening raised £1,100,000. Mrs Orly Wolfson, Dinner Chair and Beit Halochem Trustee, welcomed the guests telling them: “At...

On Thursday 8 March, we held a Fashion Show featuring 65 children from schools across London who modelled the new ELSA Boutique collection in order to raise funds for the Beit Halochem Centres. Veteran Einat Malka was the highlight of the evening who we brought over from Israel...

Please Save the Date for our Annual Fundraising Dinner...

As part of their Shabbat UK celebrations, Mill Hill Synagogue hosted Beit Halochem Veteran and Elite Swimming Champion Hanoch Budin. This year, Mill Hill Synagogue chose Beit Halochem as their chosen Israeli charity to support for which we are very grateful. Hanoch, who was injured during...

Whilst your brothers in Israel are entering the army, how can you help here, in the UK? Beit Halochem looks after over 51,000 wounded veterans in Israel in four rehabilitation Centres spread across the Country for the rest of their lives. How can you help our...

Mill Hill Synagogue have pledged their support this year and named Beit Halochem as their Israeli chosen charity. Over the course of the year, we will be coordinating a number of high profile events with the Mill Hill Community including a special programme for Shabbat...

Today, we are not asking you to attend another fundraising event. Today we are asking for just a £5 donation to help change the lives of wounded Israeli soldiers like Roiee (front row, middle). In return, you will receive one Beit Halochem Army Dogtag. Roiee ben...

“Zac and I visited Beit Halochem in Jerusalem where we toured the Centre, were coached in how to play wheelchair basketball and met the veterans, their families and the wonderful staff. We feel privileged to have spent time with wounded veterans who have made huge...

Team Maccabi GB Junior and Open squads have participated in a visit to Beit Halochem Haifa and Beit Halochem Tel Aviv as part of their pre-orientation week prior to the commencement of the Maccabiah Games. The tours of the two Rehabilitation Centres, which care for...

On Yom Hazikaron we remember soldiers that did not come home but also remember soldiers that did. While Israel is defended by the brave men and women of the IDF, Beit Halochem will provide specialised and essential services vital to our wounded veterans. As part of our Yom...

We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new beit Halochem UK website. We hope you like it and find it easy to navigate. Here you will be able to learn about BHUK events and news, make donations, learn how to get more involved...