Caring for our elderly ones, physically and spiritually, is a team effort and many people from all over the world have contributed to making this possible. If you would like to help as well, here are some ways in which you can:
Another great way in which you can help is by volunteering at the Jah-Jireh care homes or by visiting our elderly residents. They love these visits and spending time with these wonderful brothers and sisters has been an upbuilding experience for many.
If you would like to apply for paid work with us in a full time or part time capacity, please click here for more details.
You could be raising a donation for Jah-Jireh every time you buy anything online. There are nearly 3000 retailers including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, the trainline and Sainsbury's, who will donate a percentage of the amount you spend to Jah-Jireh. All you have to do is shop through the easyfundraising website, it won't cost you anything at all.
Jah-Jireh has been helping older ones for many years, and we want as many brothers and sisters in Britain to benefit from knowing more about it. If you would be willing to hold a brief "Awareness Meeting" in your area at a private home, we would be happy to come and talk to brothers and sisters about Jah-Jireh and answer any questions they have.
You can help raise awareness about Jah-Jireh by sharing these videos.
Our residents love having children come and visit. Lots of activities such as jigsaws, arts and crafts, baking, even singing performances bring smiles to everyone.
This lovely lap blanket has travelled the country with sisters doing one square each and passing it along. They said that each square represents their love for the brothers and sisters here at Jah-Jireh. Thank you to everyone who has gifted us these amazing handcrafted items for our residents.
The Swansea Singers come and perform some classic hits for our residents at Merthyr and everyone has a good singalong. "Thanks for the wine and chesse and biscuits, we were made to feel welcome and had good feedback from the residents." - Terry Hollands