THE LEAGUE OF JEWISH WOMEN, founded in 1943, is a voluntary service organisation working within the Jewish and non-Jewish communities in the UK. Voluntary work ranges from hospital and home visits, to working in prisons and running day centres for older people. One of our national projects is a service providing headwear for women who have lost their hair through chemotherapy. Seminars on Health and Social Issues are organised and group visits are arranged to theatres, concerts, exhibitions, gardens and buildings of special interest. We are the UK affiliate of the International Council of Jewish Women.