- We were THRILLED to win an @Leap_cc #LightingtheFire award last year nominate a conflict tackling project today http://t.co/aKbCFzWxbJ25 January 2015 1:40pm
- Met 8 young men in prison today absolutely buzzing that they now knew how to manage conflict through words not violence, thanks to @leap_cc23 January 2015 7:30pm
- Nathan Chin #lightingthefire 2014 #young winner:'This #award will show that you can move mountains and go a long way' http://t.co/atMrY5eKtu23 January 2015 12:30pm
- Suicide rates in prison are rising at an alarming rate. Ministerial response is as alarming. Via @francescrook http://t.co/9cbsTf7wmH23 January 2015 9:46am
- Interesting blog @Leap_cc how can offenders think about rehabilitation in a climate of escalating violence? http://t.co/w9RIRmbnKX22 January 2015 1:35pm
As a fundraiser
Why not put on a fundraising event in your school, youth group, community or faith group? Run, cycle, knit, dance, or shave your head! The ideas are endless. The only limit is your imagination.
If you have an idea for a fundraising or challenge event in aid of Leap, please talk to us – we can discuss loads of ideas to get you started.
Leap are entering a team to this years’ Brighton Marathon on Sunday 12th April 2015
Last years team consisted of Leap CEO Thomas Lawson, Leap Finance Manager Tom Mathew, Leap Business Admin Apprentice Clark, Leap trainer, Clifton MacDonald, Leap painter and decorator Chico Chukuma, Susan Wamanga-Wamai from Baker & McKenzie and Emma McGowan from Charityworks! We’re proud to have raised over £10, 000 to help improve our work with young people and adults – read more about last years event here.
Interested in running this years marathon in aid of Leap? Email Emma or call 020 7561 3718 for more information.
Runners Ben Start, Vish Dixit and Saul Shevlin took part in the Brighton Marathon in 2013 for Leap.
Amit Dixit, Leap’s Head of Business Development, and Martin Umpleby, ran the Brighton marathon on Sunday April 15th 2012. You can read about Amit’s experiences in his blog.
Andrew Mendoza ran the New York Marathon and raised over £2000 for Leap.
Vishal Dixit completed the Mens Health Survival – a 10km race with obstacles en route and raised over £800 for Leap.
Read about Leap’s London Runners in October 2010