The Morris Feinmann Homes Trust provides financial support for elderly Jewish people, particularly holocaust survivors and refugees, who are unable to fund the cost of residential and nursing care.
The MFH Trust will endeavour to ensure the comfort and wellbeing of old and needy persons of the Jewish faith, particularly for such of them who are refugees from racial or religious persecution.
The MFH Trust will endeavour to give financial support to those who could not otherwise fund themselves to live in their old age in a Jewish care home environment.
The MFH Trust will endeavour to give Jewish input, both culturally and religiously, to those who live in their old age in a Jewish care home.
|Belong Morris Feinmann is scheduled to open September 2017|
Belong Morris Feinmann is scheduled to open September 2017. Enquiries for residential care or an apartment in the new village should be addressed to Alan Wilkins at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enquiries for Barfield House apartments should also addressed to Alan Wilkins at …
|Sir Howard Bernstein marks start-on-site of Belong Morris Feinmann care village|
Manchester City Council CEO, Sir Howard Bernstein, has performed the ceremonial cutting of the turf to mark the development of a new £12m Belong care village in Didsbury, Manchester. The Morris Feinmann Homes Trust has collaborated with specialist care operator, …