Set up in 2009, The Sky Project is a charity that is actively working to reduce the number of forced marriage cases in and around Bristol. Their aims are to:-
- Educate and raise awareness of forced marriage amongst communities and professional bodies
- Train professionals on the role they can play in preventing a forced marriage
- Create a multi-agency network of support services in Bristol
- Work towards providing counselling and support for victims, their friends and family.
Further information about the charity can be found at http://www.skyproject.org.uk/
Support our charity of the year and help make a difference by getting involved in our charity events.
Thank you everyone for supporting our Charity of the Year:
Charity of the Year 2015-2016: Julian Trust Night Shelter – £6,023.55.
Charity of the Year 2014-2015: Macmillan Cancer Support – £4,812
Charity of the Year 2013-2014: West of England MS Therapy Centre – £4,271.07
Charity of the Year 2012-2013: Children’s Hospice South West – £4,079.80
Charity of the Year 2011-2012: The Alzheimer’s Society – £4,929.06
Charity of the Year 2010-2011: Jessie May Trust – £4,632.31
In the Press:
- Lawyer2b – Bristol Junior Lawyers to focus on Children’s Hospice
- Bristol Law Society – Legal Life – Local Junior Lawyers raise impressive amount for the Alzheimer’s Society
- Bristol Law Society – Bristol JLD conclude successful fundraising campaign
- Bristol Law Society – Bristol JLD raise £4,271.07 for The West of England MS Therapy Centre
- Bristol Law Society – Bristol JLD raises £6,023.55 for Julian Trust Night Shelter