As a staff team we each wore a different dress each day for the month of May to raise money for our work.
We are delighted to announce that the final total raised is £1,366 or £1,549.03 including Gift Aid!
A huge thank you to all who donated towards the cause, liked our Facebook page, or let us borrow your dresses! We are so pleased to have reached the target and this certainly helps towards enabling us to continue to support some of the most vulnerable women in the city.
The staff team are nearly at the end of the Dress a Day in May challenge. We have each been wearing a different dress each day during May, and posting pictures on social media.
It's been a lot of fun but also very frustrating not to be able to wear those favourite jeans!
We are aiming to raise £1,000 and we are getting closer to the target. To sponsor us, please click here.
During the month of May, the staff team here at the Jericho Road Project have taken on the challenge of wearing a different dress each day throughout the month of May. We are currently busy sorting out our wardrobes and we have kindly been offered some dresses by charities in Nottingham to help us with the challenge. We are aiming to raise awareness as well as valuable funds for our work.
If you would like to sponsor us please visit our fundraising page here.
You can also follow the challenge on our Facebook page - please click the link at the top of the screen.
Thank you for your support!
We are really pleased to have been awarded just under £10,000 by Awards for All (a fund run by the Big Lottery). The funding is for us to update all of our IT systems, including new computers and equipment. We will also be able to purchase some new software which will help us to work more efficiently in the office.
We are really grateful for this funding and we're looking forward to getting the new equipment up and running!
On Sunday 25th September a group of four volunteers will be running the Robin Hood Half Marathon to raise funds for the Jericho Road Project. They can be sponsored individually on our Fundraising page :
In 2015 we celebrated our 15th anniversary in style, welcoming volunteers from throughout our history as a project. Special guests included the Lord Mayor and Mayoress, the Deputy Police Crime Commisioner and Head of the Prostitution Task Force, along with our Founder and wife.
Listen to our interview with Premier Radio. Our project manager Katie Elam explains more about who we are and what we do at the Jericho Road Project. Click on the link below and fast forward to 1:09:30 for the interview.
We're excited to announce that we have opened our first supported house in collaboration with two local partners. This is an exciting development that means that we can support two women for up to two years, bringing further transformation and hope.
In the last 6 months we raised over £500 by visiting churches and selling our beautiful handmade craft.
These items are made by our volunteers and women visiting the Life Centre or kindly donated to the project. Since last July, we have visited a different Church every month and had opportunities to meet new people and share information about the Jericho Road Project.
We are already planning to visit 4 Churches this month, so if you would like us to visit your church, please let us know...