Support Us

Support Us

We are very grateful for the support we have received from our local community, the schools we have worked with and some very special people who organise incredible events for us that raise both funds and awareness. All of these things enable us to continue our work, share Billy’s story and help to keep our children safe.

We’d love to support your fundraising if we can, and to share what you are doing for us on our blog.

So, whether it’s a cake sale, a non-uniform day, a portion of an entrepreneur or enterprise challenge or a sponsored activity – please use your imagination and let us know what you are planning!

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Our Education Programme is free for schools and other organisations to use, as we don’t want a pay wall to hold anyone back from access to our resources. However, we do need an income and we are very grateful for all donations that help us to continue our work.

Make a Donation

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Fundraise For Us

We have a JustGiving page – log in to see if we have any current events, or set up your own. Let us know what you are planning! Please get in touch if you would like some help setting up your Just Giving page

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Sign The Pledge

Join our Billy’s Wish community of people willing to make a public statement that we are living knife free and will support others to do the same – sign our Anti-Weapons Pledge today.

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Recent Fundraising

Visit to Year 6 at Leverstock Green CofE Primary School

Visit to Year 6 at Leverstock Green CofE Primary School

This morning, Billy's Wish presented Year 6 at Leverstock Green C of E Primary School with a one and half hour workshop. Every visit we make is different, even though we have the same resources and set out with sharing the same message. Today the class shared very...

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School visits have re-started!

Year 6 pupils at Belswains Primary School were the first to hear our message since the start of lockdown - and what a positive experience it was! The children listened respectfully to Billy's story, were actively engaged in discussions and asked questions that showed...

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