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As members of a kehilla, our obligation to support the essential communal infrastructure of our kehillos is the highest priority – above all general Tzedokoh. The founders and trustees of AAC continue to commit to our local schools, investing in the education of the community they strive to serve.

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In a changing world, with more scrutiny from regulatory bodies on charities like never before, a robust governance and compliance infrastructure is increasingly the backbone for any charity, especially those like AAC.

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In keeping with AAC’s focus on making it easy for the Jewish public to give Tzedokoh, we thought it would be useful to present in our regular newsletters, a series of excerpts from a halachic sefer on Tzedokoh & Ma’aser Kesofim entitled “Easy Giving”, co-authored by one of our own trustees, Eli Katz, together with Emanuel Meyer.

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Born in a coal-mining village in South Wales and studied in Gateshead Yeshiva and Birkbeck College, Yitzchok Katz shares with us his history with AAC and more.

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Following an influx of new clients, AAC’s administration team has far outgrown our previous location.
Rabbi Yisroel Meir Greenberg was honoured with the Kvias Mezuzah at Achisomoch’s new Hendon office.

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