Welcome to JAGS Foundation
Winston Churchill Fellowship
Tracey meets Civil Rights & Restorative Justice Legend, Angela Davies
Girls C.A.R.E Project
Playwright Partners on Girls Project
Tracey Live on BBC 94.9
JAGS respond to Ending Gangs Government Report
Young people at Bristol youth club discuss conflict resolution
Tackling 'Race in Probation'
Baroness Lawrence & IARS Director, Dr Theo Gavrielides reveal findings
Listen to a Teacher Testimonial
JAGS delivers youth safety workshop at Lister School
BFI Film Youth Academy
Watch 'Separation' - short film premiered at Rich Mix Studios featuring JAGS & Bllly's Wish on the devastation of youth murder
Memorial artwork by Southbank Mosaics
Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund Award
'Light for Life'
Candlelit Vigil Video
Visit our Fundraising page here
THE FOUNDATION RAISES AWARENESS OF THE DEVASTATION OF YOUTH ON YOUTH AND GENDER BASED VIOLENCE. JAGS DELIVERS RESTORATIVE FOCUSED PROGRAMMES IN SCHOOLS, YOUNG OFFENDER PRISONS AND WITHIN LOCAL COMMUNITIES.
JAGS Foundation, an acronym of James Andre Godfrey Smartt-Ford, was set up as a not-for-profit Community Interest Company as a lasting tribute to James who was tragically murdered inside Streatham ice rink in 2007.
The Foundation now works with leading organisations to deliver it’s mission:
’To keep hope alive in young people, through providing opportunities to positively engage in their local communities’
At the heart of the organisation is the recognition that young people provide critical insights into the social issues faced and delivers training, early intervention and preventative programmes to both statutory and voluntary organisations.