As a victims mother of homicide, I have learned over the years what is failing within the support network for victims families. While we have a lot of agencies out there doing great work, what I found missing is there’s not one place where everything is contained
Jean Taylor, the founder of Families Fighting for Justice (FFFJ), lost a sister in 1998, a son in 2000 and a daughter in 2004 all to the acts of homicide.
In 2008 Jean advertised in the Liverpool Echo for victims’ families to join her on a march to Downing Street
OLLY Children’s Group is a great escape, and it helps and supports children who’ve lost a loved one to acts of homicide.
Everyone at OLLY has the best interests of the children at heart.
OLLY runs day trips, breaks away, and a variety of activities, including twice-a-year camping trips. OLLY
Our OLLY shop in Bootle Stand is amazing we would like to say a huge thank you to all our customer and all who donate their unwanted clothes, shoes bric a brac all in aid of keeping our charity going. The shop is doing extremely well, people are coming from
What a great success our coffee mornings/rebuilding your future programs are. Our next one will be held on Wednesday 26th July 2017 9.30 – 12.00.6 Anson Street L3 5NY If you require any further information please call 0151 709 2994
We would like thank Variety GB And Lyn Staunton and her team for inviting Olly children to the 5th birthday party at the Play Factore . Also say thank you to Mike King and all our Volunteers who helped on the day making the day a happy memorable one. Olly
WANTED Bric a brac for our Charity shop in 5 the Palatine, The Strand, Bootle. Please call in with your donations or we can collect if you call 0151 709 2994
The Wheels on the bus go round and round to Play Factor in Manchester tomorrow. We would like to thank @lyn staunton and Variety, the Children’s Charity and our driver Mike. If you require any information please ring 0151 709 2994
Rebuilding your Future Program and Coffee Mornings are a great success. Our next one will be on Thursday 20th July 9.30 – 1pm. All are welcome just come along. If you need any further information 0151 709 2994
As a victims mother of homicide, I have learned over the years what is failing within the support network for victims families. While we have a lot of agencies out there doing great work, what I found missing is there’s not one place where everything is contained under one roof.