Published: 30th Apr 2021

More than 800,000 young people in London and Essex have directly benefitted from the work of the Jack Petchey Foundation since it started 21 years ago, according to a new report. The study into the difference the Jack Petchey Foundation has made since it first started in 1999 reveals that over 200,000 iconic Achievement Awards have been awarded to young people in London and Essex and over 2.5m people have attended a Jack Petchey Foundation event to celebrate young people. The report 21 Years of Changing Lives: An Independent Impact Report was conducted by Bean Research to celebrate the Foundation’s 21st birthday and enable a better understanding of the depth and breadth of the positive impact the organisation has had across London and Essex. Through the Jack Petchey Foundation’s programmes, young people develop specific skills – dance, public speaking, maths, table tennis and more – and through this, broader life skills are also developed. … (To read the full article, subscribe below)