MEMBERS of the Jewish community from across Harrow donated blood, collected food for the homeless and visited residential homes as they played their part in a global good deed day.
More than 15,000 volunteers from eight countries were involved in Mitzvah Day, the Jewish day dedicated to helping others.
Members of the Edgware and District Reform Synagogue, Kol Chai, Middlesex New Synagogue and the Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue (NPLS) played their part in the charitable day.
NPLS's Mitzvah Day project organiser, Rabbi Hillel Athias-Robles, is delighted with the hard work shown across the Jewish community.
He said: "Mitzvah Day has rapidly become a really important date on the Jewish calendar. With so many events going on not only in London, but across Britain and even beyond, I'm delighted NPLS can say we also played our part.
"If our activities this Mitzvah Day have made even one person's life just a little better then it was really worthwhile."