Please support us in designing Haringey!

We Design Haringey

JAN Trust needs your help! We have launched a crowdfunding campaign with the Mayor’s Crowdfunding scheme. The aim of our project is to raise money to create the opportunity for marginalised women in Haringey to excel. We want to provide Fashion & Design workshops for these women, and then help them sell their creations in a pop-up shop. If we receive enough support from supporters of our charity, then the Mayor of London may match the funding that we get!

This opportunity would deliver real, tangible change to the lives of women here in Haringey. Talent would be unlocked. More women would have the chance to be empowered economically. More women would have the opportunity to feel fulfilled and challenged.

This is a great opportunity for us to support marginalised women, but this is where we rely on your help. Please click here to fund our project and make Haringey a more vibrant and creative area. We believe that with your funding, we will further show London what the women of Haringey have to offer. Let’s strengthen the fabric of society.

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About JAN Trust

JAN Trust (www.jantrust.org) is a multi award winning not for profit organisation formed in the late 1980′s. We are based in London and cater for women and youth from disadvantaged and marginalised communities. Our work and services are delivered locally, nationally and internationally. Our aim is to create positive and active citizens of society by educating, empowering and encouraging women and youth. We are dedicated to the cause of combating poverty, discrimination, abuse and social exclusion among Black, Asian, minority ethnic, refugee and asylum seeking (BAMER) women. JAN Trust is making a real difference in improving the lives of communities; promoting human and women's rights as well as community cohesion. We provide a range of services and our work has been recognised by a variety of dignitaries. Check out our website for statements from some of our supporters: http://www.jantrust.org/what-people-say
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