JusB is a community-based youth centre that works with young people during their journey to independence, helping them to make the most of their potential. Over our ten years we have worked with thousands of young people. We are a thriving club in the heart of the Bromley area, which is fast becoming a vibrant and diverse community. Our vision ‘A Brighter future for young people in Bromley’ is even more relevant in today’s environment, as many young people and families struggle to cope in difficult times.
Through the year we strive to offer young people a variety of activities which will enable them to be better equipped for life's journey
We are appreciative of everyone who supports us in so many ways ... those who offer hours of volunteering and those who support us financially ... we could not continue without them and for this we are extremely grateful.
On behalf of the young people that we work with ...
A Brighter future for the young people in Bromley
To serve young people by accompanying them through thick and thin on their to journey independence
1. To enable young people to develop their identity and self-esteem.
2.To help young people avoid involvement in anti-social behaviour and crime, both as victims and perpetrators.
3.To help young people discover and develop new skills and talents.
4. To encourage young people to develop a sense of belonging within their local community.
Our Vision & Mission:
What can you do at JusB?
A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.
JusB is a charity.
It costs us £123,000
per year in running costs.
Help us out, please!
JusB relies on our volunteers. Find out about the many ways in which you can help.
JusB runs many projects throughout the year, all aiming to help young people in Bromley to develop into confident, happy adults.
Catch up on our latest news by clicking button below ...
Our last consignment raised another £150.24 from used stamps, ink catridges and other collectable items. Thanks to all who have contributed and please keep saving them for us.
Please save used STAMPS & COLLECTABLES!
We can turn used postage stamps and other items into funds. Special thanks to those who have been saving stamps and donated other items to us. If you are a church or other organisation and would like a collecting box, please get in touch and we can supply.
What's happening this month in Homework Club...
We've been having a BAKE OFF during September and October, each week we have made a delicious bake item.
We had fun making a birthday cake!
Making Gingerbread biscuits
Making Ciabatta bread rolls
Making Apple Crumble
Making Cinnamon Swirls
Many thanks to Fairhorn Farrell Timms (FFT) Chartered Surveyors and Architects in Orpington for choosing JusB as their main charity to sponsor. We are most grateful for this on-going financial support.
A very successful Golf Day was held at Chislehurst Golf Club in June to fundraise for JusB and an amazing £9,171 was collected through fourball entries and
raffle. A cheque was presented to Ned McWhirter,( Project Manager) by Robin Faithorn (Senior Partner) Jeff Timms (Senior Partner) and Kelly Allen (Building Surveyor). Grateful thanks to all who supported this event in any way and to FFT for organising this Golf Day.
L-R Robin, Ned, Kelly and Jeff
Kelly's success story
Read about Kelly's inspirational journey from being a teenager at JusB 15 years ago to training to become a qualified building surveryor, with FFT, published in the Newsshopper ...
A huge thanks goes to GLK county (Girl Guides Kent)
We were delighted to be presented with a cheque for £3,378.98 from their Goldtastic award event at the end of June. Well done to all who took part in this fundraising effort.
JusB chosen as one of
of the year
We are pleased to announce that we are one of the Co-op's chosen charities of the year. If you are not already a member, you can sign up to Co-op membership using the link below and nominate JusB as your chosen charity or register in-store.
As a member, when you buy selected Co-op branded food products and services, 1% of the money goes to local causes in your community.
The two local stores participating in this scheme locally are the Co-op in Farwig Lane and the Co-op in Chatterton Road, Bromley Common.
Many thanks for the £797.65 received from the Co-op community fund received to date.
Many thanks to those who are supporting us through shopping at the Co-op with a membership card - every little helps us.
We received official confirmation on 4 March from Reaching Communities that we have been successful in securing 3 years funding for the on-going work at JusB.
A huge thanks to all those concerned.
Thanks to funding from HSBC and volunteer decorators from Marks and Spencer Bromley and our young peoples' hard work, we now have a lovely new Tranquil Room at JusB.
We are most grateful to all who contribued in anyway to this project.
Late availability tickets for the charity preview of
Picnic at Hanging Rock
at Bromley Little Theatre
Thursday 7th November 2019
Based on Joan Lindsay's iconic novel ... in 1900, during a trip to a beauty spot in rural Australia, three schoolgirls and their teacher inexplicably vanish. Five female narrators attempt to reconstruct the mystery, but their efforts are overtaken by primal forces, taking us from civilisation to somewhere hostile, vast and unknown… A sublimely unsettling theatrical experience that sends shivers down the spine.
Please contact Anne telephone 0208 464 2722 or email
to reserve tickets through JusB
in our Music
4 pm - 8 pm
Tuesday The Zone
5 pm - 8.30 pm
Lands End to John O'Groats Deloitte Ride Across Britain
One of our Trustees, Andrew, recently completed a marathon of a cycle ride (980 miles) over 9 days to raise funds for JusB ... Andrew has raised to date £1,747.50, which is an amazing amount and we wish to say a huge thank you to Andrew for all his efforts.
Day 1 Lands End to Okehampton.
Day 2 Okehampton to Bath.
Day 3 Bath to Ludlow.
Day 4 Ludlow to Haydock.
Day 5 Haydock to Carlisle.
Day 6 Carlisle to Edinburgh.
Day 7 Edinburgh to Strathdon.
Day 8 Strathdon to Kyle of Sutherland.
Day 9 Kyle of Sutherland to John O'Groats.
There is still time to support Andrew's endeavours please click button below which will go to Andrew's online
fundraising page ...
Further information on the Ride Across Britain https://www.rideacrossbritain.com/
the information on this link now relates to the 2020 ride, but gives an overview of what is involved.
Look back at what we did in the summer holidays...
Charity preview of the modern classic 'Goodnight Mr Tom'
at Bromley Little Theatre 12th September.
Many thanks to all who bought
tickets and supported this event. We have raised £1,321.49
Celebrating 15 years of JusB
JusB experienced a most memorable and moving evening at St. Mary's Church, College Road, Bromley on 18th September to reflect over the past 15 years.
Grateful thanks to all those who took part and also to those who came along to support and share in this special milestone occasion.
A special poem written and performed by Jake, one of our young people.
Help to reduce land fill and recycle items that JusB can use to turn into funds
Please consider donating used stamps, ink cartridges and other collectable items to us.....
We are still collecting used postage stamps and small ink cartridges to help raise funds for JusB. Please save the stamps from all your envelopes.
We are no longer able to accept the large office type toner cartridges any more, only the home computer ink cartridges.
Bromley Lions Club C10
A big thank you to Bromley Lions Club CI0 for their generous donation to enable us to buy a new printer for JusB.
SUPPORT THE CHILDREN
Raise money for JusB just by shopping on line! It does not cost any extra.
Please sign up using the link below and click the 'support a good cause' tab and select from list of retailers. It really is that easy!