JIGSAW4U CORONAVIRUS STATEMENT
We have been forced to close the Jigsaw4u office and withdraw the vast majority of our workers from the community due to the Coronavirus crisis. There will be no face-to-face Jigsaw4u appointments at our office or in the community until the situation improves.
Jigsaw4u are determined to offer as much support as possible at this difficult time.
If you are an existing Jigsaw4u service user, your worker will have contacted you and your support will continue via videocall or telephone. If you are not a service user but want support during this time, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 8687 1384 and we will respond. Please see the ‘Get Help Now’ section of our website for additional sources of support: https://www.jigsaw4u.org.uk/get-help-now/
If you are worried about Coronavirus you can find useful online information here:
YoungMinds – https://youngminds.org.uk
Our dedicated staff and volunteer team will be active throughout the crisis and we will be back to offering our usual services as soon as we are able to.
In the meantime, please stay safe, look after each other and follow the recommended guidelines.
Stephen Loizou, Managing Director, Jigsaw4u.
Helping children and young people put the pieces back together
What We Do
Jigsaw4u is a charity that provides a wide variety of services across the London Boroughs of Merton and Sutton. You may know of us as a result of our bereavement counselling, or maybe you have a Jigsaw4u Home School Links worker in your school. However we cover so much more, please take a look at our range of different support projects.
Looking to give something back to a local charity or for a charity partner for your school or business?
Jigsaw4u offers many different ways for people to start helping vulnerable children and young people today.
Jigsaw4u are launching a new training programme including modules on bereavement, domestic abuse and child sexual exploitation.
Contact us if you are interested in any of our bespoke training programmes.
£5 a month would buy worry boxes for children affected by domestic abuse £25 a month would fund a day trip for young people with limited social opportunities
£10 a month would buy the resources for our annual art workshop & exhibition
What Do We Do?
THank you to the Wimbledon WI for their fundraising events which raised £1,353
Thoughtful thank you to Maggie Davey for her raising of £378 in memory of Robin Davey
Huge thank you to Givers Gain for raising £3,000 through their charity golf day
Kind thank you to Theo the Magician for raising over £1,000 through his various charitable funding events
Big thank you to Cognus for their office fundraising of £1,125