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Just Love

We want to inspire and release every Christian student to pursue the biblical call to social justice. Not only do we want to see more students than ever before volunteering, campaigning, fundraising and praying around issues of injustice, we also want to see a generation of thousands graduate having been equipped to lead and envisioned to pursue Jesus and justice wherever they go, consuming ethically, giving generously, and transforming the industries in which they work.Since launching in Oxford in 2013, Just Love has spread to 19 cities. Just Love students have run 1600 events, with an aggregate attendance of over 21,000 students. They have raised £43,000 for other charities and given more than 14,000 volunteer hours in local communities. In the process, hundreds have been significantly influenced to pursue justice through their careers, make more ethical consumer choices, given their money more generously, and develop as leaders. Can you help us to grow this movement?

Read more... Registered Charity Number: 1167174

LAG

Our wonderful.org appealJudge Brenda: Equal to EverythingThe life and career of Lady Hale, the most senior judge in the United Kingdom, is to be the subject of a beautifully illustrated children’s book, to be published by LAG. The book will aim to inspire primary school children with the story of a girl brought up in the North Yorkshire countryside who went on to become president of the Supreme Court, highlighting some of her achievements along the way.As the first female law commissioner, Brenda was the driving force behind the Children Act 1989, and as a judge she has been responsible for many judgments that have transformed the law. The book will not only be an inspirational story of Lady Hale’s achievements but will also introduce children to the legal system, the concept of equal access to justice, the importance of the rule of law and how it affects us all.Baroness Hale says:“It’s been an amazing life and I’m thrilled at the idea of making it into a picture book to entertain and inspire young people”The book is to be funded through donations and published in 2019, one hundred years after women were first permitted to be lawyers.See the animated trailer here: https://youtu.be/JhbfJgJQYagSupport the projectWe need to raise a minimum of £25,000 to cover creation and production costs. Any money donated will go towards the project. If we raise more than is needed for the project or are unable to complete it for any reason, funds will go towards LAG’s charitable work campaigning for greater access to justice and providing resources to improve legal advice and support.The creative teamHenny Beaumont Henny is a London-based artist/ illustrator. She has an MA in fine art and printmaking from Camberwell College of Art. She regularly lectures and is a freelance political cartoonist for The Canary. She has produced illustrations for the BBC. Her first graphic memoir, Hole in the Heart was published in 2016 by Myriad Editions. She contributed to The Inking Woman, an anthology of women in cartooning published in 2018 and Whip Zine, a magazine for women political cartoonists.Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi Rebecca is a writer and reporter whose work has been published by Lacuna magazine, The Guardian, New Statesman, and others. She edits Shine A Light on opendemocracy.net. She has been shortlisted for the George Orwell Prize for Political Writing (twice) and the Georgina Henry Women in Journalism Prize.Afua Hirsch Afua Hirsch is a writer, broadcaster and former barrister. She is a columnist for The Guardian Newspaper, and a presenter on current affairs debate shows The Pledge on Sky News and Talk on CNN and a former Sky News and Guardian correspondent. Her bestselling book Brit(ish) was published by Jonathan Cape in February 2018 and is the winner of the Royal Society of Literature Jerwood Prize.About LAGLAG is a national charity committed to improving access to justice, particularly for the vulnerable and socially excluded. To meet these aims, LAG publishes a monthly journal, Legal Action, and authoritative yet accessible legal handbooks that are widely used by lawyers, advisers and voluntary organisations to provide advice and assistance to those in need.Find out more here at the LAG website.

Read more... Registered Charity Number: 265703

SS Philip & James' Primary School PTA

SS Philip and James’ Church of England VA Primary School (known locally as Phil & Jim's) is currently raising funds to replace their astroturf. The current surface is long past its use by date and urgently needs replacing. Our hope is that the new surface will benefit both the children at the school and the wider community. The new multisport surface will, we hope, provide local sports clubs and other schools with a valuable resource to use.Please give generously to help us to reach our £100,000 target.For more information, please see https://philandjimspta.org/

Read more... Registered Charity Number: 1121283
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