Jami relies on its Patrons for its long-term support, and we are immensely grateful to the following Patrons and for their interest and commitment.

Life Patrons

Marcia Feldman BEM
Marilyn Lazarus MBE

Michael Mitzman
John Spector


Jonathan Bergwerk
Peggy Brett
Brian and Jill Moss Charitable Trust
Caroline and Raymond Esdaile
Talia and Daniel Ezra
Claire and Michael Francies
Michael Gerstein
Caroline Marcus and Marc Gordon
Judy and David Green
K.C. Shasha Charitable Trust
Susan and Neville Kahn

Talia and Eli Krieger
Leo Baeck Housing Association
Sarah Jane Leigh Charitable Trust

Sarah and Jacob Levy QC
Gemma and Simon Lyons
Sue Mandelbaum and John Gerszt

Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation

Elizabeth and Tristan Nagler
Leanne and Winston Newman
Pears Foundation
Sara and Paul Phillips
Adrienne and Robin Powell
Jo Rosenfelder and Richard Bolchover
Rosetrees Trust
Marc Rubinstein and Judith Vandervelde
Elliot Simmons Charitable Trust
Sobell Foundation
Joe Sucharewicz
Corrine and David Tapnack
The Bluston Charitable Settlement
The Kennedy Leigh Charitable Trust
The Rosemarie Nathanson Charitable Trust
The Vernon May and Joyce Cohen Charitable Trust
The Wolfson Family Charitable Trust

We would also like to thank those Patrons who wish to remain anonymous.

Becoming a Patron of Jami is a way of making a really meaningful personal contribution to our work. Our service is almost entirely reliant upon the generosity of our supporters to ensure that we are able to provide vital mental health services to our community.

By making a commitment of at least £5,000 each year, you will have a direct influence on how we are shaping our future. You can benefit from the following:

  • The opportunity to have your name listed on our Jami letterhead
  • The opportunity to have your name listed on the Jami website
  • Invitation to host a table at our Annual Dinner
  • Invitation to our exclusive Patron’s briefings
  • Twice a year Communication highlighting the impact of your support
  • The opportunity to meet with Chief Executive, Laurie Rackind and have a tour of Jami services.

If you would like to find out more about becoming a Jami Patron, please contact Anthony Hayman, at anthony.hayman@jamiuk.org or call 020 8458 2223.