Evening Standard Award
An interview with Tracey Ford about her own experiences and the work that JAGS does has been published in the Evening Standard.
Last night (17/07/2012) Evening Standard readers were given an insight into the work of the JAGS Foundation as David Cohen interviewed Tracey Ford, JAGS Founder, following the receipt of funding from the Standard’s Disposessed Fund.
Tracey, who shared the two-page spread with Eliza Rebeiro, founder of Lives Not Knives, spoke of her son’s tragic murder and how she turned this experience into an opportunity to help other young people at risk of violent crime, as well as other families affected by youth murder. To find out more about a grant from the Dispossessed Fund
The article also included a profile of JAGS Foundation explaining how the £18,820 awarded will be spent.