Our charity has been extremely grateful to our last Police and Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy. Her work across Merseyside as a serving Police and Crime Commissioner is to be applauded.
Jane recognised and seen with her own eyes the need certainly across the many communities. She helped and supported each and every one of them while recognising the valuable work that charities deliver across Merseyside that operate right here in the heart of this amazing city.
Families Fighting for Justice are extremely humbled and honoured to have been commissioned to deliver what Jane recognised was much-needed support for the many many victim’s families of homicide and culpable road death, she knew what would be extremely beneficial to them when she commissioned THE HUB to be delivered by Families Fighting for Justice, also our children’s unique group OLLY (Our Lost Love Years) that offers so much support in many different ways to so many children spread across Merseyside.
Jane Kennedy, we shall certainly miss you but we will always hold you dear to our hearts and will never forget the work you did for Merseyside.
Our very best and sincere wishes for your future, Jean Taylor founder of the charity, all the volunteers that work in helping to bring all that support, love and care to our amazing charity.
We have lots of names we could name within our volunteers. We cannot single them out if we did we will cover two pages of an A4.
God bless Jane Kennedy.