All posts tagged Wolper Jewish Hospital

Vale Shula Endrey-Walder

THE community has paid tribute to Gift of Life Australia founder Shula Endrey-Walder, who passed away last Thursday aged 74. After founding Gift of Life Australia – which matches leukaemia

Wolper honours lifesavers

THE National Council of Jewish Women lounge at Wolper Jewish Hospital was packed last week as the Jewish community honoured Shula Endry-Walder and Professor Leslie Burnett

Wolper’s wellbeing grants

Healthy doses of funding will go to six organisations committed to boosting community wellbeing, thanks to the Wolper Jewish Hospital Health Foundation.

Pollies on communal tour

BOTH Jewish House and Wolper Jewish Hospital opened their doors to members of the state government recently.

Wolper grants boost communal organisations

THE Burger Centre, Hatzolah, Friends of Refugees of Eastern Europe (FREE) and the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia’s (NCJWA) Mum for Mum program are the beneficiaries in the Wolper Jewish Hospital Health Foundation’s 2015 round of grants, announced this week.

See where your money goes

EVER wondered how your hard-earned donations to JCA are being used within the community? Now is your chance to find out.

Testing for Tay-Sachs and beyond

NINE conditions that affect Jewish people will be tested for in 2015 as the High School Genetic Testing Program continues to expand its scope.

Wolper grants announced

SIX organisations will share the spoils in the Wolper Jewish Hospital Health Foundation’s first round of grants. Launched in February, the foundation’s mission is to support and fund health and […]

Preparing tomorrow’s community leaders

YOUNG adults interested in taking a future leadership role within the Sydney Jewish community won’t want to miss out on JCA’s Observership Program. Back for its second year after a […]

JewishCare’s for Wolper

JEWISHCARE and Wolper Jewish Hospital have signed an agreement under which the former will provide its Chessed Bereavement Support program to palliative care patients and their families at the hospital on an ongoing basis.