Our sole purpose is to provide loving, spiritual and physical care for those in the community of Jehovah’s Witnesses who find themselves needing to be cared for by others, due to old age or infirmity.
…to look after orphans and widows in their tribulation…
We recognise that the primary responsibility to care for elderly ones lies firstly with their families and secondly with the congregation, however in circumstances where this is not possible then Jah-Jireh may be able to help.
Read more on the Ethos behind Jah-Jireh
BT MyDonate, our platform for receiving your online donations will be closing on 30 June 2019. You can continue using this service up until 30 June 2019. However our account with Virgin Money Giving is now accessible for Debit/Credit Card and Paypal.
End of Life Care
Chantelle and Sanjay discuss this delicate care process by explaining how end of life care is championed at the home in Blackpool.
Care Plans are essential to giving outstanding care to our residents.
What are Care Plans and why are they so important? If you are looking into care for a loved one, this brief video explains 3 ways you help.
Please download the Life Story Template for further assistance in making a care plan.
Some excellent opportunities available at Blackpool. See Join our Team for more information on working with us at Jah-Jireh. Assisted Living Worker Allowance means we also contribute towards the cost of your rent!
Great job opportunity at Wigan with a 3 bedroomed house or 1 bedroomed bungalow rented at a subsidised rate close to the home. Wigan is within easy travelling distance of many local English and foreign language congregations, particularly in the Bolton and Manchester area. Please see Join our Team for more information on working with us at Jah-Jireh.
Jah-Jireh Charity Homes has come a long way since its founding over 30 years ago. Since demand for its services continues to rise, further homes are planned for the future. Financial uncertainties in the wider world bring pressures that are difficult to handle. So the question has to be asked: "Where Next?"