Last chance to honour a hero!

Last chance to honour a hero!

You have until 4 December to put forward a hero for our special awards night next year, hosted by Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams

Night of heroes
Night of heroes

Time is running out to nominate a community hero for Jewish News’ Night Of Heroes, hosted by Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams

In the presence of 400 guests, including celebrities, politicians and community leaders, shining stars in the UK and beyond will be honoured in nine categories such as interfaith, team, communal initiative, Israel and young hero – with the finalists in each category section celebrated in a film about their exploits.

The night – which will benefit good causes inside and outside the community – will feature entertainment from high-profile acts and will be fuelled by a three-course dinner by Food Story.

Jewish News’ Justin Cohen said: “We have always jumped at any opportunity to shine a light on everyday heroes, but now look forward to celebrating them on the scale and with the pizazz befitting these people who have contributed so much to our community, country and the world.”

Nominations are still open for the next five days through our event website and tickets priced at £100 go on sale next week.

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, 100 percent of ticket sales (minus credit card fees) will be donated by Jewish News to charity.

The event is in association with co-working company LABS, owned by Israeli businessman Teddy Sagi, who said: “I’m delighted to be working with Jewish News to celebrate all that is best and brightest about the UK Jewish community.”

  • Nominations deadline has been extended to 4 December. For full details visit
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