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Jamie’s Farm The Big Give!

We’ve incredibly proud to be supporting Jamie’s Farm in their Big Give Challenge. For one week only, donations to this charity will be doubled and they need your help to support 2,000 vulnerable young people for the year ahead.

Find out more about our charity partner below, and donate through the Big Give here: www.jamiesfarm.org.uk/biggive/

Farming, Family, Therapy & Legacy 

Jamie’s Farm acts as a catalyst for change, enabling 11-16 year olds who are at risk of social and academic exclusion, to thrive and engage more fully in education.

They do this through a unique five-day farm residential and follow-up programme addressing the root causes of exclusion. They aim to improve children’s behaviour, life skills, mental well-being and engagement.

The Need Jamie’s Farm Address  

This year, with your help, over 2,000 young people could visit Jamie’s Farm to experience our transformative programme.

Their Impact at a Glance 

*2017-18 academic year 

As well as donating to the charity now or in the future, there’s a great range of ways to get involved and something for everyone.  Why not hold your own event, hire out our farmhouse for a teambuilding day? You can even take on one of our challenge events or sign up to payroll giving!

Find out more on the Jamie’s Farm website: www.jamiesfarm.org.uk/ 

Support Jamie’s Farm across social media on the links below:

Thank you for your support.

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