Jack Petchey Foundation
If you think you can, you can!
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15 August 2018

Young refugees take a trip to the zoo!

The young refugees of CARAS in South London were treated to a trip to London Zoo with the help of an Educational Visit Grant from the Jack Petchey Foundation

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10 August 2018

Lambeth students take on water wipe-out!

Students from the Park Campus Academy in Lambeth were treated to a fun day out where they took part in a water wipe-out challenge.

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07 August 2018

Students build a tranquil garden for their school!

Full Circle Education used a Small Grant from the Jack Petchey Foundation to build a peaceful garden for the students to use whenever they feel nervous and need to calm down

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26 July 2018

A-Level Biology students visit sand dunes and beaches in Wales

Biology students venture to the coast to explore the area's environment

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04 July 2018

Bexley youth group meet lions and monkeys at Wingham Wildlife Park!

Bexley Snap used their Educational Visit Grant to visit the Wingham Wildlife Park

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02 July 2018

Cycling group use Small Grant to ride across famous routes of Belgium

Small Grant helps to fund a training weekend in Belgium for a group of young cyclists

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29 June 2018

Students take a magical day out to the Harry Potter studios!

A group of students were taken to the Harry Potter studios and another took part in a workshop at the Barbican, thanks to a Small Grant from the Foundation

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19 June 2018

Young players at Acorn FC get specialist mentoring and football training

Young football players get mentoring and football training from professionals thanks to a Small Grant from the Jack Petchey Foundation

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06 June 2018

Young judo players travel to Belgium for exciting tournament!

United Judo, a youth judo group from Bexley, travelled to Belgium to take part in a special European tournament- the Hermee Cup, helped by a Small Grant

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31 May 2018

New equipment helps Rowing Club to see improvements in their performance

The Mossbourne Rowing Academy decided to use their £750 Small Grant from the Jack Petchey Foundation to invest in new equipment for their rowing teams to train on.