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Tom Stoddart

Photograph: Tom Stoddart

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

Anne Frank

Support Us

The work we do as a Trust would not be possible without the amazing support of all the people we have met on our journey. We are incredibly grateful and lucky to have so many people willing to support us in our efforts and are always welcoming of anyone wanting to get involved. If you would like to support us there are many ways you can do this:


Financial contributions and donations are a huge support in allowing us to continue this work. One off donations or regular contributions, regardless of whether it is £1 or £1000, every single penny helps. You can find the Donate button at the bottom of the page.

Share and Like 

Follow our social media pages, share and like our content to help us get our message out there. Every share and like helps!

Volunteer your skills

We have a diverse range of volunteers and love finding ways of involving other like-minded people. If you would like to become an active volunteer or feel like you can help in some way, we would love to hear about the skills you can bring to our team!


Maybe you have your own project that you would like to collaborate on? We love working with others to explore different ways of storytelling. Let us know if you have a project you think we might be interested in.

Organise an event or workshop 

If you are organising your own event or workshop around a similar theme, we are happy to provide speakers or workshop materials to help facilitate this. Get in touch to find out the ways we can support you with this.

Invite a speaker 

Let us know if you would like to invite a survivor to your activity or event. If it is not possible for a survivor to attend your event and share their experience in person, we can arrange for a survivor to speak to your group via a virtual platform. Equally, you may consider reading a testimony, showing a video or film, or playing a podcast of one of our survivor’s speaking. Get in touch to find out what we can offer.

Join a study trip 

Our study trips to Bosnia provide an opportunity to take part in a unique learning experience about the Bosnian genocide, history, and culture where participants will be challenged to think critically about the genocide and its contemporary relevance to us here in the UK. The trips are usually one week and include guided visits to historical sites, meeting survivors of the genocide as well as an opportunity to learn about programmes and initiatives that aim to deal with this difficult past. Please get in touch if you would like more information.

Encourage other people to get involved

Maybe you know someone else who could contribute and you could encourage them to support us too.

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