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Fundraise for us
If you would like to raise money for Why me?, get in touch! This could be anything from a sponsored marathon, to a collection of donations for a birthday, or a cake sale. By raising money for Why me? you are helping us continue our work promoting and delivering Restorative Justice to people affected by crime.
Currently Jess is fundraising for Why me? as she is running the Oxford Half Marathon on the 17th of October. We are very grateful for her efforts and wish her the best of luck with the run!
You can sponsor her run here.
If you would like to get involved by participating in a sponsored event or fundraising for Why me?, please contact our Fundraising Manager Duncan Shallard-Brown at email@example.com.
Access Restorative Justice
Have you been affected by crime and conflict? Do you still think about it? Do you have unanswered questions? Is there more you need to say?
Speak to one of our Restorative Justice facilitators by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch to see how we may be able to support you.
Salary: £19,747 per year (Living wage), pension contributions at 4% or 5% (by both employer and employee)
Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)
Contract: One year fixed term contract
Closing date: 22nd October 2021 at 5pm
Why me? are recruiting a full-time Fundraising and Public Relations Intern. They will primarily support the development of fundraising so we can not only increase the income achieved each year, but also expand awareness and reach. This includes generating funds from areas that are underdeveloped or new to Why me? such as individual giving and sponsorship events. This exciting role will allow Why me? to expand its work to new and underrepresented groups, and will enable the successful applicant to develop a range of skills in fundraising, communications and PR.
Take part in our latest forums and events to learn more about Restorative Justice, network with people in the criminal justice sector and discuss your ideas. We hold monthly Youth Justice and Restorative Justice Service Provider forums.
Why me? can also provide training courses in using Restorative Justice for people with English as an Additional Language and in Youth Justice.
Anything you can give to help victims of crime have their voices heard will make a real difference.
In the video below Rob explains why Restorative Justice is so important and the positive impact it had on his life.