Jack Petchey Foundation
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22 October 2018

Erin overcame her stutter to win this year's Speak Out Challenge!

Erin, who has suffered from a stammer since she first started talking, speaks of how she has worked to overcome this impediment.

28 September 2018

I helped to celebrate the Jack Petchey Foundation's 18th Birthday!

Rebecca Brown was among many young people who joined us to celebrate our 18th birthday at City Hall.

26 September 2018

Meet the winner of the Vlogstar 2018!

Munna Sherif was crowned the winner of this year's Vlogstar Challenge for her vlog on living with anxiety.

03 September 2018

From a-levels to university places...what it's like to turn 18!

Rebecca shares her views on what it's like to turn 18 with many important decisions to make

28 August 2018

I competed in the Glee Club Challenge and now I'm performing on the West End!

Daisy, who competed in the Glee Club Challenge in 2017, is about to star in a one-off show at Cadogan Hall

22 August 2018

I visited City Hall with JPF to assess bids for the Mayor's Young Londoners Fund

Zakaria speaks of his experience of helping to assess small and large bids for the Mayor's £45m Young Londoners Fund

20 July 2018

I worked at the Jack Petchey Foundation and this is what I learnt...

Molly spent a week working at the Foundation as part of a work experience placement, here she writes all about what she learnt and the experiences she had!

29 September 2017

My experience in Nepal.

The Jack Petchey Foundation runs IGFV – Individual Grants For Volunteering. If successful, you can receive a grant which may contribute to your volunteer fundraising cause.

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

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.