Have a Jumpers for Jimmy day in your office, school or community group and raise vital funds For Jimmy this Christmas. It is easy & fun to do – don’t forget to tweet out your photos!
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We had a great weekend at the OnBlackheath Festival in partnership with John Lewis. We raised just over £10,000, thanks to generous support.
Would you like to help out with office admin, inputting data, supporting our teams across the organisation? Specialist volunteering & skills based volunteering If you have professional skills and experience in photography, videography, IT, project management, finance etc. we’d love to hear from you. Get involved
We work with young people, schools, businesses and communities to create the safest spaces for young people to grow up in, driving change across three levels: inspiring individual responsibility; connecting communities and building safe places to turn to. Safe Havens ProgrammeTalks for ChangeSafety ConferencesYoung CitizensWorkplace Training
For Jimmy Following the murder or their son Jimmy Mizen in May 2008, the Mizen family have been determined to focus on two outcomes; they will not be beaten by his death and that something good will come from it. Since the charity was founded, For Jimmy, has worked tirelessly to create a legacy of …
The For Jimmy Young Citizens Programme is aimed at young people age 16+ who have been through our Safe Havens Programme and now want to move to the next level of community participation and leadership. The programme will be adaptable to run either over a series of weekly evening workshops, or over an intensive 3-5 …
By making a single donation you’ll be helping us to continue working with young people to build the types of communities we all want to live in
For Jimmy, in partnership with Addey & Stanhope School, gave young people the opportunity to voice their safety concerns about Deptford to a panel selected by the charity at a Safety Conference held in Deptford.