Deborah Nathan and Camille Compton help vulnerable children
THESE TWO women are doing their bit to help vulnerable children in Israel. Deborah Nathan (right) has become the new director of Emunah — the charity which cares for youngsters in Israel whose lives are in danger — while Camille Compton has been elected as the organisation’s new chair.
One of their main aims is to get the organisation to appeal to a younger crowd. Ms Nathan, the former financial director at Chai Cancer Care, tells
People: “It is time to find a new direction in order to continue the work we do in Israel.
“We have been going for 75 years and need to stay relevant to people — or they will give to other organisations.” Former vice chair Mrs Compton, 44, says: “It is a tough time for charities. There are so many, all worthy. We are trying to appeal to the wider community and improve our schools and youth programme.” Mrs Compton will serve a two-year term before continuing her voluntary involvement with the charity on the executive committee.