Our Fundraising Heroes

Anyone can do something special to raise funds to improve the lives of people with disabilities in our community.

There are so many things you can do to support The Friendship Circle’s work

from taking on a physical challenge to a sponsored silence or bag pack.

To get involved contact Beverley Rubin from the fundraising team

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Brilliant Bake Sale

Dassa and Talia put their baking skills to the test and raised £160

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Get Your School Involved

Yavneh Boys collected money on Purim for us, raising over £4000


Coast to Coast 

Michael and Aaron walked an astonishing 192 miles from St Bees, Cumbria to Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire and raised £9,800


Pop Up Shop

Ginni Steinberg hosted a pop up event for us raising £1500


Snowdon Success

Neil climbed Mount Snowdon for us and raised £350.00

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60s Swing

Tony Mason and Susan Joseph  hosted a swinging 60s evening  and raised £400

Covid Challenges!

Lockdown hasn't stopped our incredible members and volunteers doing some amazing challenges, between them raising over £8,400! If you would like to take on your own challenge please get in touch.

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Thank you Avi!

Avi Pash walked an incredible 20,000 steps on his birthday smashing his £2,000 target by a whopping £763


Thank you Hannah!

Hannah Mendell had to put her challenge to walk 5,000 steps a day on hold following an accident but still managed to raise £383

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Thank you Hannah!

Hannah Levy walked 3,000 steps around her garden, not an easy challenge as Hannah struggles to walk, raising £3,179


Thank you Gavi, Orly & Amalya!

Gavi Cohen (5), Orly Burton (11) and Amalya Cohen (8) scooted around Broughton Park and raised £263

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Thank you Maia!

Maia Lurie completed her 10km run following weeks of training and raised £1,050

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Thank you Howard!

Howard Sternberg walked 10,000 steps on a rainy Sunday afternoon and raised £1,530


Sarah takes ON THE THREE PEAKS! 

Following months of planning and some gruelling training at the gym, Sarah Bradley, the owner of One Step Podiatry Clinic in Whitefield, is set to embark on the iconic Welsh 3 Peaks Challenge, taking in the dizzy heights of Cader Idris, Pen Y Fan, and Mount Snowdon, Wales’ tallest peak.


Podiatrist Sarah treats many beneficiaries of The Friendship Circle at her clinic which she took over from Robert Nathan, a dedicated volunteer at the charity. Having been work colleagues and friends for many years, the idea of raising money for The Friendship Circle evolved when they were chatting one day. 


Sarah’s passion for walking escalated over lockdown. ‘Like many of us I was struggling - not being able to work or socialise - and walking became my saviour. I live on the edge of Saddleworth moor and I love to trek across the moorlands around Dovestone Reservoir, take in the spectacular views and meditate for hours on end!’ 


To sponsor Sarah go to