This page will be update frequently as possible – messages from community organisations –
Updated 1 May 2020
Glasgow Jewish Representative Council
|Main Line||07377 992 918|
|Alternative||07377 992 947|
|Mark’s Deli||0141 638 8947|
|Gary’s Kosher Kitchen||07590 292 418|
|Lubavich/L’Chaim’s Resteraunt||0141 638 6116|
a local group of volunteers picking up and delivering groceries from Mark’s Deli, plus prescription pick-ups.
If people need anything from Mark’s Deli (0141 638 8947) or Alan Beveridge FIshmonger (0141 620 1809) (for fish, fruit and vegetables), please phone these shops directly.
For prescriptions only, please call Ethne direct on 07703 566 484. People who would like to volunteer should call Joe Freedman on 07771 777976.
If you have difficulty accessing food or have other domestic and social needs, including concerns on behalf of family members, here are some other contacts who might be able to help:
Jewish Care Scotland
phone: 07552 468 580 (Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm)
Jewish Care Scotland can be contacted by phone 0141 620 1800 and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. During normal working hours Jewish Care Scotland’s professional team will provide advice, information, and support. Out-of-hours, from 5pm to 9pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am to 3pm Friday, a team of volunteers is answering the phone, and can offer information, signpost callers to appropriate services, and refer on to Jewish Care Scotland staff.
Cosgrove Care –
phone: 0141 471 1806 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 10am-3pm) or
text: 07841 461 298 / 07841 461 398
Cosgrove are working with Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire to provide the services of volunteers and signpost those in need of support.
- Staff are along with over 100 volunteers are able to provide assistance with shopping;
- collecting prescriptions;
- local delivery of meal donated by a local restaurant;
- provision of food parcels to those in need;
- as well as isolation packs and online activities as required.
As a registered Service Provider with a number of local Councils, Cosgrove are able to provide practical support in the home, via their Care at Home Service and welfare checks for those who do not have local family
SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) –
phone: 0141 530 1000 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
JAMI (Specialist provider of mental health services in the Jewish Community) –
phone: 020 8458 2223
Jewish Helpline –
phone: 0800 652 9249. If you’re feeling alone, anxious, depressed, suicidal – or simply in need someone to talk to. Male, female, religious or not, Jewish Helpline are there for the whole community.
Jewish Women’s Aid
Domestic Abuse Helpline
phone: 0808 801 500
Sexual Violence Support
phone: 0808 801 0656
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities – SCoJeC
Updated 1 April 2020
“Col Yisrael arevim zeh lazeh” Our responsibility as a Jewish Community is to take care of one another.
|SCoJeC shares the anxiety of the whole Jewish community regarding the consequences of the COVID 19 virus. We have never in living memory been obliged to confront such a radical change in our way of life and normal systems for getting things done. For the first time in living memory, our institutions such as Jewish Care Scotland and the synagogues have closed their doors and it is no longer possible to go to these buildings to receive services.
However, despite all the uncertainty, fear, and confusion, as a community we have to be there for each other.
|Full contact details for local communities, synagogues, and communal organisations, are available from the Guide to Jewish Facilities in Scotland.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch – we want your questions so that we know what the community’s concerns are, and how we can best respond.
If you are able to volunteer or offer any other assistance during this challenging time, or if you would like us to list any information or online activities on these pages, please email us at email@example.com