Alumni Residents

Read below to find out about the alumni residents of JHub

founded in 2010 as a multi-disciplinary design agency, whose mission is to work with organisations that want to do good in the world. Br&.ish creates apps, social, digital and printed media as well as offering consultation to organisations to improve their brand, marketing and long term strategies.

is a blog and podcast bursting with smart, illuminating and inspirational commentary. It reimagines the role of Jewish media in the UK by promoting positive dialogue in inclusivity through its on-line platform.

aims to foster Jewish learning in primary schools by creating an exciting, teambased inter-school quiz competition for Year 5. Etgar provide a Jewish General Knowledge handbook for all students in Year 5 which contains all the information that pupils will need to answer the questions in the quiz. 

seeks to change the way Britain's Jewish community thinks about food. Gefiltefest organises a flagship annual food festival and smaller food-related events throughout the year. Though innovative, educational programming focussing Gefiltefest engages people across the community and also reaches out to other faith communities.

the one stop shop for Jewish Volunteering, connecting volunteers with volunteering opportunities that best match the volunteer and the organisation.  It’s cross communal , working with all ages and in all regions.  JVN provides information & training on volunteering matters, working with over 300 charities and 3000 registered volunteers. 

is an education platform that fuses Jewish and Secular education via the exploration of museum art and artefacts. Working with British and European primary and secondary schools, synagogues communal bodies and community centres, their programmes include facilitated museum tours, curriculum development, teacher training seminars and education consultancy services.

an annual day of global social action.  On Mitzvah Day, thousands of people take part in hands-on projects, without fundraising, to support charities and build stronger communities.  The vision is to reduce hardship and poverty, help our environment and bring a little joy where it is needed.

is a social networking website for parents, carers and professionals in the learning disability community. Netbuddy offeres a place to share simple, practical solutions to everyday issues carers may face, with tips listed by topic so people can find ideas on everything from brushing teeth to challenging behaviour. As a result of Netbuddy's success, it has become part of the Scope website.

is a human rights NGO, that uses Jewish historical people to campaign and educate on universal human rights issues such as discrimination, detention, and genocide.  The organisation is named after Monsieur René Cassin, a French Jewish lawyer and Nobel Laureate. Through the organisation founded by Monsieur Cassin, the CCJO, René Cassin enjoys UN accreditation.

 is a charity and social enterprise. The Bike Project collects second-hand bikes, refurbishes them and donates them to destitiute refugees and asylum seekers in London.

engages with and educates the Jewish community on issues of global poverty, its causes and effects, and the Jewish obligation to respond. Tzedek works regardless of race or religion with some of the poorest communities in the world providing direct support to help local people so they can help themselves. 

 a coalition of over thirty organisations working to raise awareness of issues relating to Arab citizens of Israel. It aims to provide a forum for information-sharing and discussion of the issues, and to facilitate strategic partnerships to advance the integration and opportunities of Israel’s Arab minority.