10th YEAR MEMORIAL
Local MPs show support
empowerment Girls Workshop
Half Term Sista Figure Event: Poetry & Girls Forum
Le Retraite PSHE Girls Workshop
JAGS Foundation and HIYPE Productions deliver girls empowerment workshop
C.A.R.E. Programme featured on ITV
As part of Tracey's 'Inspirational Woman of the Year' nomination
Chuka Umunna, MP stands with JAGS
Speaks about youth violence epidemic at House of Commons debate
Help us to transform lives
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 aims to raise awareness of youth on youth violence by providing services and safe spaces for healing, education and restoration.
Watch below to see Tracey talk about JAGS Foundation during her nomination of Lorraine Kellys ‘Inspirational Women of the Year’ award, of which Tracey was a finalist:
At the heart of the organisation is the recognition that young women and girls are not to be overlooked as they too provide critical insights into the social issues faced in local communities. JAGS delivers and drives social action to make affected communities, safer places to live.