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How You Can Help

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Donations, large or small, monthly, annually or one-off, can make a real difference to our vital work supporting victims of terrorism, armed forces veterans and vulnerable young people.

Here you can find out about some of the different ways you can support our work through your company, community or by leaving a legacy. If you would like to support our work today please click the donate button below to make a donation, or alternatively donate by TEXT – text TPJB20 and your amount e.g. £10 to 70070.

The Foundation is registered with Everyday Hero which allows supporters to securely create their own online fundraising pages.

You can also set up a regular standing order by completing this Standing Order Form and sending it back to us. Or set up a standing order via online banking, using our bank details on the form.

Don’t forget to tick the Gift Aid box (if appropriate) as it will give us another 25 pence for every £1 donation.

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Our Supporters

The Foundation receives funding from individuals, organisations and private trusts and foundations…

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Other Ways to Help

There are lots of ways that you can make a difference to those people and communities affected by conflict and terrorism. Click here to see how else you can help!

Who We Help

Think Logo updated

Madeeha and the THINK Project

When you hear the word ‘peace’ you’d imagine us all dressed up as hippies and sticking up peace signs. [...]

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Mike Haines and the Survivors Assistance Network (SAN)

My name is Mike Haines, I am the brother to the Humanitarian worker David Haines. My brother was murdered [...]

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Foundation offers support to London 7/7 Survivor Karl Williams

Earlier this week, the city of London came together to commemorate the tenth anniversary since the London 7 July bombings. [...]

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Four women on the Women Building Peace Project share their stories with the BBC

Source:  BBC Radio Lancashire Broadcast 23rd June 2015 11:00 – see below for exact timings As the Women Building [...]