Chai Cancer Care Joins the JLC

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The Jewish Leadership Council are delighted to announce that Chai Cancer Care are the latest organisation to be joining the JLC.

Chai Cancer Care is the Jewish Community's Cancer Support Organisation. It provides services for patients, their families and friends affected by a cancer diagnosis. The organisation provides a wide range of services; from therapies and complementary therapies to group activities and counselling to advisory services, and has a medical outpatient rehabilitation and palliative care service. 

Chai Cancer Care is currently supporting just over 3200 cancer patients and their loved ones from 11 centres across the UK and in clients’ homes through their Home Support Service.

Chai Cancer Care also works in partnership with many other Jewish voluntary agencies, the NHS, social services, schools and community groups.

Simon Johnson, Chief Executive of the JLC said:

“The JLC are pleased to have such an essential communal organisation join our membership. We look forward to supporting Chai Cancer Care in its growth and development, and seeing this relationship go from strength to strength.”

Lisa Steele, Chief Executive of Chai Cancer Care said:

“We look forward to working together with the JLC, contributing and sharing our expertise to the benefit of the community.”