Remembering Jeremy Burden

Our fundraising achievements in memory of Jeremy Burden

  • Remember

    Amount we’ve raised in Jeremy ’s memory $784.01

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    Charlton Athletic Community Trust

    Charlton Athletic Community Trust

    Our latest donations

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    • Donation by Thom Crabbe

      For Jerry - an inspiring friend. Thom and Jane xxx

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Charlotte Ratcliffe

      For Jerry...from Sarah’s ‘oldest friend’! xxx

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    Events we're doing

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    Our fundraising pages 1

    • jeremyburden

      Jerry was a loyal Charlton fan for 25 years starting from when he first moved to South London. He valued the work of the club away from the pitch as highly as he enjoyed coming to matches (particularly on winning days).

      Having worked for the NHS in Greenwich for part of his career, he particularly valued the supportive and preventative aspects of the
      CACT Mental Health Programme.

      Your donation in his memory will help to sustain this important work by
      supporting CACT's early intervention in psychosis projects and in particular, the Next Steps residential project. The Next Steps residential trip to Cornwall can play an integral part in a client’s recovery, strengthening the work done on a weekly basis.

      Carl Krauhaus, CACT’s Head of Early Help and Prevention, mentioned that this donation will ‘enable us to continue to offer this additional and unique opportunity to some of the people that we work with
      throughout the year. I have seen first hand how this project can be a vital part of recovery”

      This page has been set up by Charlton Athletic Community Trust on behalf of Jerry's family and we thank you for support.

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      Total so far:

      $753.27

    Donations made in memory of Jeremy Burden12

    • Donation by Thom Crabbeto CACT's page on 10/05/2019

      For Jerry - an inspiring friend. Thom and Jane xxx

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Charlotte Ratcliffeto CACT's page on 23/02/2019

      For Jerry...from Sarah’s ‘oldest friend’! xxx

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto CACT's page on 12/02/2019

      With love to Jerry and his family

      £20.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Krys Myszkato CACT's page on 12/02/2019

      Carry on with the good work in memory of Jerry from Peter, Bruno and Krys

      £30.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Vickyto CACT's page on 11/02/2019

      For Jeremy and his family

      £30.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Clareto CACT's page on 11/02/2019

      In memory of Jeremy and to help those who need support

    • Donation by Peter Edward on behalf of Jeremy's SWL colleaguesto CACT's page on 10/02/2019

      Jeremy Burden was a huge Charlton fan, and mentioned the club at every opportunity. Mental Health was very important to him, and he built a Mental Health commissioning team in South West London.

      £100.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Primrose Ann Bakerto CACT's page on 09/02/2019

      With much love and thanks for making my daughter happy and for 3 lovely grandchildren.

      £100.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jessica Sharplesto CACT's page on 05/02/2019

      £25.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Edward & Amirto CACT's page on 25/01/2019

      Jerry gave so much in so many ways, it's an honour to contribute in a small way to his legacy.

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Juliet and Andrewto CACT's page on 24/01/2019

      For Jerry xx

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto CACT's page on 18/01/2019

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    Charities we're helping 1

    • Charlton Athletic Community Trust

      Charlton Athletic Community Trust

      Using the power of football, Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) works in partnership at the heart of the community to improve health, improve education and employment and reduce crime. For more information visit: www.cact.org.uk

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