Get involved

Why me? rely on funding and donations to deliver our transformative work increasing access to Restorative Justice for people affected by crime, and we couldn’t do it without your support. Here is how you can get involved with Why me?.


Donate

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. 

If you would like to discuss making a donation as an individual or through an organisation, please contact our Fundraising Manager Duncan Shallard-Brown at duncan.shallard-brown@why-me.org.

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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.

 

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 duncan.shallard-brown@why-me.org.

 

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Jess and Lola wearing the Why me? T-shirt and Half Marathon medal.


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Campaigns and Communications Manager

The Campaigns and Communications Manager will lead our work campaigning for Restorative Justice to be more widely used in a variety of settings, and ensuring that our communications strategy delivers the most effective messages to the most important audiences. Policy and public affairs are also an important part of the role, and the post-holder will need to be a flexible self-starter who can work on a number of challenges simultaneously. They will also be responsible for project managing one of Why me?’s development projects – currently the Improving restorative practice for young people project.

 

Job Title: Campaigns and Communications Manager

Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)

Salary: £35,000 per year, plus benefits

Closing Date: December 1st 2021 at 9am 

Interviews: December 8th and 9th on Zoom

Location: London (nearest tube is Borough)


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The best way to get in touch is to send us an email to info@why-me.org 

The inbox is monitored daily and we will aim to get back to you as soon as possible. 


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