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 Our aims are 'Firstly to support people who are struggling with life, particularly when this is due to homelessness, a premature bereavement or the challenges of adolescence.  Secondly to help develop the local community in Deptford and to protect and sustain the wider natural environment.'


In these difficult times many charities are struggling with reduced funding, but an increased demand for their services.  We have received several requests for grants from charities new to us.  As a result we have decided to support Lewis-Manning Hospice Care for their support to the families of those with life-limiting illnesses in Dorset and Bede House Association who support young people and those with learning disabilities or suffering domestic abuse in Southwark.


2000 Community Action Centre on the Peyps estate in Deptford runs the Peyps Social Supermarket. 


The AHOY Centre in Deptford provides opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk youths.  All activities and programmes are focused on teaching transferable and employable life skills whilst offering opportunities for disabled people to participate on an equal level.  Bringing together people from many walks of life, working as a community to help others, build life skills, self-confidence and team building.  


The Good Grief Project, which began as a project to make a documentary film about the grief of bereaved parents and the continuing bonds they have with their dead child, has now become a charity.  Their mission is to support families grieving after the untimely death of a loved one, particularly the death of a child and to promote an understanding of what it means to grieve.

Meanwhile the film now named 'A Love That Never Dies' has been on a UK-wide tour.

Read all about the charity


Alice's Escapes is based in the southern Lake District and provides holidays for seriously ill children and their families.  We gave them £5,000 towards another cabin to provide holidays for bereaved families too.  Here it is just arrived.










Visit their website


We have been supporting Joshua Orphan and Communtiy Care and their valuable work helping vulnerable children and their families in Malawi since 2015.









Visit their website


On the 2nd March this year it will be 16 years since we last saw our beautiful and much loved Jessica.  And on the 12th of April it will be her 30th birthday.




 Read more about our darling Jessica >>


 Jessica's Heart

The JMT owns and manages Jessica's Heart, a former pub in Deptford called The Osborne Arms. 



 Read some more and see some pictures >>



Jessica's Tree

We have a tree in Greenwich Park dedicated to Jessica's memory.


 Ashdon Jazz Academy

The JMT supports the Ashdon Jazz Academy.  This is a charity set up by a bereaved mum in memory of her daughter who ended her own life, aged 14.

Many teenagers are struggling with depression, low self-esteem, negative body images, self-harming, eating disorders, bullying, the pressure of premature sexualisation, gang sexual exploitation and other emotional difficulties

The Ashdon Jazz Academy aims to provide these female teenagers with a dedicated trained female mentor.

Visit their website