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Charity wing is the social work and fundraising arm of St Thomas JSO Church London. We at St Thomas JSO Church believe that it is our religious and social responsibility to help and support those who are in need.
This team has been setup primarily to
- support the local community in and around London through active volunteering social work
- help fundraise for people in need, locally as well as internationally
We actively conduct fund generation campaign to support either a specific cause or support our ongoing social work activities.
As well as supporting a number of charities focusing on social inclusion, elderly care, community development and children support , the St Thomas JSOC will also support the following charities over this silver jubilee year
Provide free Dialysis for eligible Renal Failure Patients in Kerala, India
Support refugees from Syria through International Aid Organizations
Financial support for Education and Housing
Please donate to support our cause.
Our Charity Campaign -
31/05/2015 - Blood Donation and Stem Cell Donation Awareness
We are now initating a new campaign to raise awareness in ethinic minority community for blood donation and stem cell donation
94% of Britain can't help an Asian person with blood cancer. If someone from an ethnic minority needs a transplant to cure their blood cancer, their only chance of finding a matching donor will be from someone of the same ethnicity. For Asian patients, this is just 6% of Britain.
When a donation is needed, doctors search the bone marrow register to try to find a donor with a matching tissue type.In England, there are two bone marrow registers, which work closely together:
(1) the British Bone Marrow Registry, which is part of the NHS
(2) the Anthony Nolan Trust register, which is operated by the charity the Anthony Nolan Trust
for more information on how you can help, please visit :- Anthony Nollan
29/04/2015 - Nepal Earthquake Appeal (NOW CLOSED) - We have raised £1625 for Nepal Earthquake victims by 24/05/2015.All coollections via Nepal Appeal will be sent to UK Disaster Emergency Committee