Our founder Jean Taylor has received wonderful, welcoming news from The Right Worshipful, Lord of Mayor Liverpool, Councillor Roz Gladden. Jean will be attending the Liverpool Town Hall on the 7th November to be presented with a certificate of high recognition for the valuable work that she has done over the years and is still […]
Families Fighting for Justice, who delivers the Hub, a one-stop shop for victims’ families of homicide and culpable road death, is extremely excited about the welcome invitation from the Right Worshipful, Lord Mayor Liverpool, Councillor Roz Gladden, to attend the Lord Mayor’s Civic Service – Charities: Making the Difference on Sunday the 23rd October, 2016. […]
Baroness Newlove, Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses, will be visiting The Hub and we’ll release in our next newsfeed the date and time of the visit. Families Fighting for Justice welcome the visit to The Hub by The Baroness. The Hub continues to work with key agencies in enhancing the support, guidance and information to […]
This newsfeed is to put minds at rest but also to let our supporters, members and friends know that Families Fighting for Justice are still a peer support pressure group operating in their premises at 6 Anson street, L3 5NY (Off London Road). Due to the valuable, impressive work that FFFJ has done and still […]
Tickets for the Scouser’s Night Out are currently as hot as a bowl of steaming scouse… so get them while you can. For a chance to bid on our amazing auction prizes, our equally amazing raffle and enough comedy to fit the Apollo, get your ticket quick. Just ring 0151 709 2994 and live our […]
Without the kindness of people like the Sponsors of Variety, the Children’s Charity and Lyn Stanton we wouldn’t be able to do things like this? And what is this? You ask… Well we’ve manged to secure the Broadway function rooms for a Christmas Part for 150 children. The party will be tonnes of fun, with […]
Our Lost Love Years (OLLY) was created by Joseph, a young boy who lost his mother to murder.
OLLY provides children and young people who have suffered the loss of a loved one through acts of violence and also children from communities across merseyside with support and a range of activities designed at helping them to re-gain the fun in their lives and help them re-establish and make friendships following their traumatic experiences.
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