Jack Petchey Foundation
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01 August 2017

Jack Petchey Foundation funded careers event helps students decide their future

Grey Court School used a £750 Jack Petchey Foundation Small Grant to fund a four day careers and enterprise event for their Year 10 students.

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27 July 2017

Laburnum Boat Club set sail thanks to Jack Petchey Small Grant

Laburnum Boat Club used a £750 Small Grant to fund a three-day residential on a narrowboat for 12 young people with a range of disabilities and backgrounds.

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26 July 2017

Thurrock Scout puts his first aid skills to the test!

Aiden O'Keefe, was presented with an Achievement Award last year by the Thurrock Scouts for his quick think and courageous actions when he came to the aid of an elderly couple who were injured in a car accident.

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25 July 2017

Example blog: Creating in your own time

Almost 4 years ago I started creating YouTube videos as a hobby, and whilst I don't do it so much now, I can pinpoint that singular decision as one a moment that continuously effects my life. What was originally a creative outlet became a passion

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25 July 2017

What it really means to help the community?

Now if you're reading this blog, it's probably because you are interested and involved in the Jack Petchey Foundation and what they do, and you want to be a part of a movement of positive social change.

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20 July 2017

Check mate! Jack Petchey grant helps East Barnet chess club flourish.

Thanks to Chris Leader Award, East Barnet school was able to apply for a £750 Small Grant, which they decided to spend on improving the chess club.

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13 July 2017

Allotment of fun! Grants for gardening!

In 2016 Pam received a Jack Petchey Leader Award from the students and staff at Drumbeat School, in recognition of her work as a volunteer there. Drumbeat is an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) school and outreach service based in Lewisham.

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11 July 2017

University student teaches vital first aid to rural communities in Kenya

In 2016 Daniel Knight received a £280 Individual Grant for Volunteering from the Jack Petchey Foundation, to support him in his volunteer work with First Aid Africa in Ndhiwa in Western Kenya.

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26 June 2017

Passmores Futsal Club make it to national grand finals with help from Jack Petchey Grant!

Having won the East Regional Futsal Finals on Sunday 4th June at the Copper Box Arena they have advanced to the National Futsal Finals, which will take place on Saturday 24th June in Birmingham.

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22 June 2017

#CrystalAwards: JPF funds LGBT canal boat getaway

Mosaic LGBT Youth Centre is a London based organisation which works with young LQBT+ people to support, educate, and inspire them.