Jack Petchey Foundation
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23 February 2015

Leader wins award after guiding young people for 25 years

Mrs Yvonne Taylor of Brantwood Road, South Croydon has been awarded for her fantastic 25 years of service to the GuildGuiding Greater London West unit.

20 February 2015

London Youth receives a £20,000 grant from JPF

JPF's grant has gone towards funding another 150 young people to achieve Level 1 coaching qualifications and also delivering 7 sports events which will enable 1,700 young people to participate in structured inter-club competitions.

19 February 2015

International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu champion wins Achievement Award too

Usman Rahman, 17, from Greenwich has won an Achievement Award from Corelli College for succeeding academically and physically

04 February 2015

Waggy Tails joins the Achievement Award scheme to reward young volunteers

JPF is barking with delight upon welcoming Waggy Tails Club to the Bronze Achievement Award scheme. Puppies!

30 January 2015

˜Mr Harrow High claims another award

Yousef Al-Mana has been labelled Mr Harrow High by his colleagues. The 21 year old won a Jack Petchey Achievement Award as a student of Harrow High School Academy but, unusually, has also managed to acquire a Leader Award there too.

30 January 2015

Drumming up dreams: Surbiton Royal British Legion Youth Marching Band perform at Disneyland Paris

JPF has donated a £732 grant to renovate the Surbiton Royal British Legion Youth Marching Band's drums, enabling them to perform at Disneyland Paris.

29 January 2015

Biomedical Sciences graduate challenges himself to change the world

Arjun swapped his Dagenham home for rural Nicaragua - changing the world and himself in the process.

28 January 2015

Wandsworth teen keen to reward Newham's youth

In December 2013, Jaspreet Jagdev, 18, was celebrating winning a Jack Petchey Achievement Award. A year on, she is encouraging other young people to celebrate their achievements.

18 December 2014

Hillingdon teen wins Achievement Award for charity work

Alexander Old (14) from Uxbridge High School in Hillingdon has won a Jack Petchey Achievement Award for his incredible charity work.

10 December 2014

Teen wins Jack Petchey Award after discussing difficulties with self-harm and autism

Sabrina Gardiner won an Achievement Award after opening up about her understanding of autism and self-harm in her article entitled "˜Creative Solution to Self Harm"