A beautiful boy with a beautiful soul, a beautiful heart and a beautiful smile
7-a-side Football Tournament
Rowley Lane Sports Ground
Over 21's and Masters
Open to male and female teams
In October 2021, Steven will be taking part in the London Marathon raising funds for The Oli Leigh Trust. To sponsor him please visit
We held a virtual interactive magic show with Sacha Magical Entertainment on Saturday 13th March. An amazing evening of entertainment was had by all who attended and helped raise over £650 for our work to reduce teenage suicide.
The Oli Leigh Trust was thrilled to have an advert and editorial about our charity included in The Jewish Chronicle Charity Supplement in February 2021. This is great exposure for the work the Trust is doing.
The link to the supplement is here: https://view.publitas.com/the-jewish-chronicle/charity-matters-12-feb-2021-sponsored-by-smart-giving
On 1st February Michelle joined Ian Russell from The Molly Rose Foundation in a conversation with RSY Netzer about their personal experiences of losing a child by suicide and their determination to promote young people's mental health and wellbeing.
A fascinating and moving insight into the lived experiences of two remarkable people.
One of Oli's closest friends, Liv Bloom, came up with this idea to keep busy over the Christmas/New Year holiday, while remembering Oli and supporting The Oli Leigh Trust.
People were asked to post an Insta story of their favourite hobby, tag in 3 friends and donate £3 to The Oli Leigh Trust.
Over the course of an amazing 3 days literally hundreds of people posted their hobby story, raising an incredible sum of over £2,200!
Thank you to everyone who posted their stories and donated.
Our End of 2020 Virtual Quiz was held on 27th December 2020 with over 40 teams competing.
A fun and competitive evening was had by all. Congratulations to the winning team "Jibby" (Joe Foreman & Libby Poster) who won a £100 Amazon Voucher.
A special thanks to Wayne Shapiro, our fantastic quiz master.
Thank you to everyone who participated and helped raise funds for The Oli Leigh Trust.
On Christmas Eve a group of volunteers went out onto the streets of London and distributed 380 care packages to the homeless. They met some incredible people all over London and heard some amazing stories. It was a very inspiring and moving day that all who went out will carry with them forever.
A massive thank you to everyone who volunteered their time to prepare the care packages, go out onto the streets to deliver them and to everyone who donated items for the packages. Your generosity inspires us.
Charity Poker tournament with winners prize of £290. This event, organised by Eli Tapnack, one of Oli's closest friends, was incredibly well-supported and raised an amazing amount for The Oli Leigh Trust. Thank you to everyone who participated.
We wanted to celebrate Oli's 19th birthday on 23rd November in a really special way. We asked people to take a cake, or any sweet treat, and eat it wherever they liked to celebrate this special day and post it on their instagram stories/posts. Lots and lots of Oli's friends and family from around the world got involved and made this something really memorable.
Michelle was invited into JFS in November to talk about the importance of communicating and talking. Looking out for each other and finding help at university Thank you to Jordana Shlagman, Deputy Head girl for arranging this.
While she was there Maya Lichtenstien presented Michelle with a picture she had drawn of Oli at the 2017 Maccabiah Games.
Jesse Tapnack grew his hair and then had it cut off to donate to a charity that makes wigs for children undergoing chemotherapy. An incredible £2,600 was raised and donated to The Oli Leigh Trust to help young people suffering with mental ill health. A massive thank you to Jessie for this amazing effort!
Charity Poker tournament with winners prize of £500. This event, organised by Eli Tapnack, one of Oli's closest friends, was incredibly well-supported and raised an amazing amount for The Oli Leigh Trust. Thank you to everyone who participated.
Daisy started making bracelets to raise money for the NHS and the response was amazing! Thank you to everyone who bought one. Daisy donated 50% of all the money raised to The Oli Leigh Trust, as well as 50% for the NHS.
The 2.6 Challenge took place on the 26th April 2020, the day the London Marathon would have taken place.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this event raising money for The Oli Leigh Trust. Activities ranged from running 26 miles, rowing 26 miles, climbing 26 flights of stairs, running for 26 minutes, completing obstacles 26 times and many more.
The Oli Leigh Trust's launch event. An evening of gin and whisky tasting, accompanied by delicious food prepared by Phillip Small caterers, and musical entertainment. A fabulous opening event enjoyed by all and a great fundraising success for The Trust.
David Brook's short story about mental health. Although aimed at a younger audience, the overall message of feeling confident in your own skin and kids feeling insecure is certainly applicable to all. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B089454DVF/ref=mp_s_a_1_4
David has chosen to donate 50% of the proceeds to The Oli Leigh Trust
On 21st November 2019, Sam Ucko and friends from JFS school took part in a non-stop 13-hour long football match raising a huge amount of money for The Oli Leigh Trust.
Steven, his cousin Deanne and a friend completed their Tube Challenge visiting 248 Tube stations in 18 hours and raising £4,500 for The OLLIE Foundation. A lot of fun was had throughout the long day with a lot of interest in thir mission from fellow tavellers
Thank you to Yavneh College for providing care packages for teenagers coming into A&E - especially those who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.
Richard Sager, a work colleague of Michelle, took part in the Denmark Iron Man in August 2019 raising a large sum of money for The Oli Leigh Trust. He gained two PB's in the Swimming and Cycling disciplines. All three disciplines took him an incredible 11 hours.
Pre-drinks event with all proceeds going to The Oli Leigh Trust