Hundreds of children and adults participated in the Hospital Kosher Meal Service (HKMS) Walk last Sunday.
Many schools encouraged their pupils to take part in the 20-km walk. The age range was from 9 to 74.
Leah Levi, 9, a pupil at Bnos Beis Yaacov school, came home extremely refreshed and said, “I’m definitely doing it next year.” She hopes that many other children her age will be inspired to do the walk next year too.
The Hospital Kosher Meals Service was established in 1968 to provide kosher food for patients in hospitals and other institutions in the Greater London area.
The charity relies on financial support from the Jewish community to continue their service. They are very grateful to everyone who participated and raised funds and to all the sponsors.