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Charity has always been at the heart of what we do. We are fortunate that in doing something we love, we have been able to change thousands of lives for the better, thanks to the remarkable work of our chosen causes: Chai Cancer Care, Emunah and WaterAid (representing our responsibilities towards the Jewish community, Israel, and humanity at large). We have close personal connections to each of these charities and believe strongly in what they do. Scroll down and let us share with you why they mean so much to us.

Live total raised for our chosen charities:


£70,000


Introduction:

WaterAid is an international not-for-profit, determined to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation. Only by tackling these three essentials in ways that last can people change their lives for good.

George says:

“Coming across WaterAid just before my Bar Mitzvah changed the way I think about the world. It seems crazy that there are so many people around the world who don't have access to such basic things as clean water or a toilet. But what is even more crazy is that the solutions are really simple and relatively cheap. When I visited WaterAid's projects in Zambia, I saw how access to clean water and sanitation can transform the lives of so many, affecting their education, health, income and so much more. It's a huge privilege that in doing something we love, we are having such a significant impact on the lives of so many.”
Rebecca Parnell, Fundraising Officer, WaterAid:

“Since Kol Tov began supporting WaterAid in 2012, they have raised over £15,000 for water, sanitation and hygiene projects across the world. The funds that they have raised is enough to provide 1,000 people with safe water for life. This life-changing figure demonstrates the impact that Kol Tov’s support has for some of the world’s poorest communities. We are so grateful for Kol Tov’s continued support of our work, they really are transforming lives through song!”
Louise Hager, Chairman, Chai Cancer Care:

“We were so thrilled and honoured when, in 2012, The 4 Sons chose to support Chai, and ever since then we have been in awe of all their commitment and fantastic achievements! It means so much that the boys are raising awareness of the impact of Chai’s expert care and support at so many events - particularly to a younger generation. The £27,000 donated to Chai over the years has been of immense benefit to so many whose lives have been affected by a cancer diagnosis. We wish them much success in their relaunch as ‘Kol Tov’.”
Introduction:

Chai Cancer Care provides an ever increasing range of comprehensive, professional and expert services to any member of the community affected by cancer. This includes counselling, complementary therapies, palliative care and home support for patients, their families and friends.

Asher and Rafi say:

“1 in 2 people in the UK born after 1960 will be diagnosed with some form of cancer during their lifetime” (Cancer Research UK). As hard as the physical effects, the emotional impacts of cancer can be just as difficult to deal with for cancer patients themselves and their friends and family. We experienced the work of Chai when our grandfather was diagnosed with terminal cancer in the last year of his life. With the help of Chai, our grandfather was able to come to terms with his illness and experience the last year of his life to the fullest. We saw first-hand how many people benefit from the services Chai offer - from the music room to the physiotherapy, we are confident that the money we raise for Chai is having a huge impact on so many people.”
Deborah Nathan, Director, Emunah:

“British Emunah is extremely grateful for the support that The 4 Sons have given us over the last few years – raising many thousands of pounds to help support at-risk and disadvantaged children cared for by Emunah in Israel. We have watched the group grow and change and are extremely excited by the news that the group are relaunching as Kol Tov. We look forward to seeing what these exceptional young people are going to achieve in the future – using music to bring about positive change in the world and helping children in Israel to have better lives.”
Introduction:

Emunah helps thousands of children in Israel through its network of residential homes, high schools, day care centres and therapy and counselling centres. Emunah addresses the complex needs of those affected by abuse, ill-health, poverty and violence in order to break the cycle of disadvantage and improve their lives.

Gideon and Noam say:

“It’s upsetting for us to know that so many Israeli children come from disadvantaged backgrounds, where their parents can't afford to raise them properly or where their home environment simply isn't safe. Having been in Israel for our gap year, we have developed a uniquely strong connection with a charity that we have been supporting since The 4 Sons began. This is why as Kol Tov our support for Emunah really means a lot to us.”