covid-19IMPORTANT PLEASE READ
Jeremiah’s Journey has taken the very difficult decision to suspend its work for a short period of time due to the impact of Covid 19.
If you need anything or can offer support, your email will be responded to as soon as we re-open and I will be working for a period of time and contactable in the mean time.
Unfortunately, our events over the coming months have been postponed or cancelled which means a large financial deficit to deal with. With your continued support we will get through this difficult time and continue to support the children who will need us even more when we come through this period.
Keep an eye on our main website for updates on events being rebooked that you can become involved in
We will confirm the date for our next FTB network event very soon and our Ball is still on course to happen in October. This is when we can all celebrate coming through this and have a “Spooktacular time” – get your tickets now !
Take care and thank you for your continued support
Julie Spencer, Operations Manager
We provide support to children and their parents/carers when the future feels uncertain or when hope feels lost. Providing groups for children facing the death of a parent or those who have experienced the death of someone significant can be hugely beneficial.
Location: Unit 10, HQ Business Centre, Plymouth, PL1 3HQ
Telephone: 01752 424348
Email: [email protected]
The Follow the Bear campaign has been brought about to support the running of Jeremiah’s Journey. Jeremiah’s Journey is a Plymouth based charity which was started in 1996.
The charity has supported over 5500 children and their families since then and continues to do so with ever increasing need and demands on the charity.
JJ’s Mission & Vision
We aim to ensure that children, young people and their parents/carers in Plymouth and the immediate surrounding area have support at a sad and difficult time. This may be because someone special has died or a parent has a terminal illness (the Stepping Stones Project).
We believe that no child or family should feel alone in their grief.