Your donation will help us to educate children about the dangers of knife crime and make our streets safer for everyone.

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A message from Ben's family

We loved Ben so very much – he was precious to us.

He is never far from our thoughts, in the wonderful artwork and writing that he left us, a piece of music, a glimpse at photos, seeing his friends. The memories are all there. We often talk about what he would be doing now, should be doing now and sometimes, when its quiet, the feelings of missing him overwhelms us like a tidal wave. We have learnt to cope with losing him. It’s part of grieving and the healing process. But it never really leaves you. We will miss him forever.

Fundraise

Our important work cannot continue without support from our fabulous fundraisers! From completing a tough physical challenge like climbing the three peaks, running a marathon or cycling to Paris, to cake sales and coffee mornings - we will support you every step of the way. And whether you are raising £30 or £3000, every penny makes a difference and helps us to continue to #StopKnifeCrime.

If you're fundraising for us, please contact us to find out how we can help boost your fundraising!

Amazon Smile

Every time you shop with Amazon, Amazon will donate 0.5% to the Ben Kinsella Trust at no cost to you.

Amazon Smile is operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as the normal Amazon.co.uk site. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the Ben Kinsella Trust.

Simply go to smile.amazon.co.uk every time you shop, and the donation will be made automatically once you've checked out. It really is that easy!

Corporate Support

Corporate businesses are key in helping The Ben Kinsella Trust develop new progammes so that we can continue to provide innovative, life-changing workshops to young people so that they can make positive choices to stay safe.

Ben's Story

Ben Kinsella was just 16 years old when he was stabbed to death in a horrific act of senseless violence on the 29th June 2008 in Islington, London

Ben’s Story

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