We have recently awarded grants to Ian (visual impairment), Henry (autism and global development delay), Alfie (traumatic brain injury), Greg (visual impairment and learning difficulties) and Kinjal (muscular dystrophy and scolios). Read their stories…
But now our funds are depleted!
Please help us raise more funds so we can continue with our great work and transform more lives!!
We are incredibly pleased and enormously honoured that Surbition High School – Pankhurst House chose the Janki Saye Foundation as one of their supported charities during this past academic year.
The pupils worked hard to raise awareness and funds – they baked cakes, held Raise and Give (RAG) activities, washed cars, wore mufti and held a two-night Fashion Show.
The total funds raised for us was a very impressive £1,000. Huge thanks to everyone involved!!!
Huge congratulations and thanks to Team JSF Nightrider (Nadeem Samaha, Chris Wright, Debesh Datta, David Anderson, Luke McFarland and Ken Bryan) who completed this epic bike ride on the night of June 4th/5th.
It was a real test of endurance, cycling in the dark (and looking for signposts) while negotiating traffic and hills. And the team all participated with smiles on their faces!
Together they raised a spectacular £3,000 in sponsorship – not bad for a night’s work!
Thank you again boys – you are real heroes!
The money raised will make a huge difference and goes a long way to funding the assistive technology required by Kinjal who has muscular dystrophy. Read Kinjal’s story….
We have just awarded a grant to David who has MS. The grant goes towards funding the PCEyeGo to enable David to use his laptop again after losing the functional ability to use his hands and fingers to use the keyboard. This will enable David to regain his independence in dealing with his financial affairs and also engage in social media etc. More on this story later…
We have just awarded a grant to 11 year old Kyle. Read his story…….
We are very excited to announce that we have recently awarded grants to THREE individuals: Jessica, Jasmine and Harry. Read their stories….
We are very pleased to announce that Pankhurst House at Surbiton High School have nominated us as one of the charities they will support this year.
Thank you all for the money you have raised so far and a special mention to Dave Webb for raising so much money and flour with your cake bakes!!
We would like to extend a huge thank you to the Wimbledon Community Orchestra (Mala Saye is one of the cello players) and their family and friends for buying our calendars and for making some very generous donations at this year’s Christmas concert.
Thank you for your support and see you again next year!
We wish to extend huge thanks and appreciation to 10 year old Sofia and her friend Bella for raising £110 from their car boot sale. All of this money will go towards the campaign for Jessica. Excellent work girls – truly inspirational!