Maccabi GB Community Fun Run highlights We are so excited to share this year's Maccabi GB Community Fun Run highlights video with you! We hope that you agree it captures memories from a great event and thank you to you all for being a part of this incredible day and helping to raise thousands for 76 charities!
Maccabi GB Double page spread feature in the Jewish Chronicle This month's main article features a piece written by Yvie Curtis, Streetwise Manager on Leadership. We have a feature written by Norwood on a Marathon runner who raised money for them. We also have an article written by Jami on Stress Awareness Week, taking place on 1st-5th November. Also featured is an article on Mitzvah Day taking place on Sunday 21st November.
Leadership by Streetwise 2021/22 Leadership by Streetwise 2021/22 registrations are now open. This unique Sports Leadership programme is delivered by Streetwise.
The programme is accredited by Sports Leaders UK and it will give the qualifications and skills needed to lead sports sessions, coach teams and run sporting events, inspiring the community through your passion for sport.
Sports Leaders UK's Level 1, 2 and 3 will stand out on your UCAS form and impress future employers.
The Inter-charity quiz of the year - Tuesday 14th December The annual Maccabi GB inter-charity quiz returns this year online! We are inviting you to get a team together in person or virtually and join us for the quiz of the year. Which charity will be crowned this year's winners?
Teams of 2-12 people, £5 per person
A percentage of the proceeds will be awarded to the charities who finish in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
Maccabiah Open Futsal Prize competition The Maccabiah Open Futsal Squad are looking for your help. They are holding a prize competition for the chance to become the main shirt sponsor for both the ‘Home’ and ‘Away’ tops for the squad. You could win this opportunity simply by purchasing a single £150 ticket! But why buy one?! Please buy as many as you can to help raise much needed funds.
UK Jewish Film Festival 4th-18th November | Cinema & Online The renowned UK Jewish Film Festival returns this year to celebrate its 25th anniversary edition. Taking place 4th–18th November 2021, in cinemas and online, discover a spectacular range of films from around the world exploring Jewish and Israeli life, history and culture that you won’t find anywhere else in the UK.
This year’s stellar festival programme features 29 feature-length and over 30 short films from across the globe, each offering extraordinary and gripping storytelling, and exploring important contemporary issues such as immigration and antisemitism.
An announcement from Maccabi GB Junior Football League (MGBJFL) Chairman, Marc Levy Held at our two high quality venues, there were 15 fixtures this week competing across the U7, U8, U9, U10 age groups. We have also welcomed an additional two squads since the season began.
We would like to thank the competing teams; Hendon United, HMH, North West London Jets, Brondesbury Park Rangers and HGS for their continued support and wish all teams and players the ongoing best of luck for the season.
An announcement from Manchester Jewish Soccer League Chairman, Paul Rose Last weekend BPR and Maccabi shared the points in a 2-2 draw whilst this Sunday it’s the 1st Round first legs of the Tony Cohen Cup. Reich host Haroldeans (10am kick off) in the biggest match of the season so far with Maccabi Mcr 3rd travelling over to Yorkshire to play Leeds Maccabi (11am ko).
An announcement from HMH JYC (Highgate and Muswell Hill Jewish Youth Club) HMH Hat trick Heroes – October 24th U13 Harriers v AFC Southgate Knights – Noah Freedman 4, Ethan Simmons 4, U8 Rangers v Woodys & Ebogs Vapours – Ray Goldstein 4, Solly Shenkin 3
HMH JYC Girls' Football Are you interested in playing Girls' Football with one of the biggest Jewish Football Clubs? HMH JYC are hosting Girls sessions for U10,U11, U12 & U13.
The Jewish Golf Initiative – The Challenge Series The Jewish Golf Initiative (“JGI”) is a project of Maccabi GB. So far it has delivered introduction to golf in schools, golf sessions with residents of Jewish Blind and Disabled, and given everyone the opportunity to try out golf at the Maccabi GB Community Fun Run. Over the course of the next few weeks, the JGI Volunteer Team is looking to complete a number of Golf Challenges in order to fundraise for its future endeavours – making golf more accessible to all and connecting Jewish Golfers from around the world.