Screen Share and Young JCORE share a common goal of supporting refugees. We are fundraising to ensure we can continue to do this; Screen Share by refurbishing and distributing laptops to refugees settling here in the UK, and Young JCORE by amplifying the voices of refugees and advocating on their behalf. The funds we raise through this campaign will be split evenly between both organisations.
Please support the refugees in our community by taking part in our "Move for 20, Give £10, Nominate 5" fundraising campaign!
We are asking you to undertake physical activity for 20 minutes, donate £10 to the campaign, and nominate 5 friends to do the same.
MOVE FOR 20...
The 20 minutes of movement celebrates the 20,000 refugees who have been resettled in the UK following the Syrian War.
DONATE £10 ... (or more if you wish!)...
You can support our movement and donate to our fundraising campaign here.
All funds raised will be split equally between JCORE and Screen Share.
Post a photo of you exercising on your Instagram/Facebook page and tag 5 friends. Don’t forget to tag Young JCORE on Instagram too @youngjcore
Young Jcore x Screenshare fitness class with Abdi
Our campaign will end with an in-person fitness class run by Abdi, an experienced personal trainer, friend and refugee from Afghanistan. The class will take place on Sunday 20th June at 11.30am in a NW London location TBC. We ask people to donate £15 to attend. The class will be capped at 30 people, so sign up quickly to secure a place!
Please note that in order to secure a place at the fitness class you have to sign up using the Google form, as well as making a suggested donation of £15.
What can your donation do for a young refugee?
£25 buys a new hard drive for a tired laptop
£36 buys a laptop repair kit for refugees and friends to join our IT team
£50 bring a new battery and charger for a used laptop
£250 would buy a fully refurbished laptop for a young refugee
Young JCORE is a diverse cross section of young British Jews committed to combating racism, promoting inclusivity and diversity within the Jewish community, and supporting refugees and asylum seekers. Young JCORE is a new committee under the auspices of JCORE, the Jewish Council for Racial Equality. We aim to support refugees and asylum seekers by amplifying their voices, understanding the challenges they have faced and continue to face, and advocating on their behalf here in the UK.
About Screen Share:
Screen Share exists to support, inform and advocate for digital inclusion for young refugees. We do this primarily by repurposing used laptops for young refugees in the UK. We collect donated laptops, wipe and refurbish them and pass it on to a young refugee. We are an entirely voluntary social initiative and really appreciate all the support you can give us. To find out more about how we work and what we are trying to do, visit our website: www.screen-share.co.uk