JSTAR - JUST STAND TOGETHER AND REACH
At JSTAR Enterprise we believe that all young people should have a worthwhile future regardless of their past or how difficult their current circumstances may be. We aim to make our services accessible to society’s most disadvantaged young people.
As a not for profit organisation we work with charities, youth groups and the voluntary sector in an effort to effect change. We are dedicated to motivating and engaging the most diverse and difficult to reach young people so that they can access the support they need from within their local community whilst providing them with ongoing support to ensure that they receive the help that they need to resolve their situation.
The unique feature of JSTAR is that we work in a holistic way addressing the many issues that young people face for example; gang culture, challenging behaviour and social and emotional issues. We recognise that many young people have multiple needs that they require support with and as a result may need to be in touch with several different agencies or organisations at one time this could include housing, probation service, social services, mental health services or drug and alcohol services.
We want to encourage Social, Emotional and Physical Well-being for all young people so that they may be able to reach their aspirations and thereby contribute positively to their community.
2 WEEKS TO GO: Passing the Baton Festival Welcome to London, Bethel Community Centre 197 Ealing Rd Alperton, Middx, Saturday 14 July 2012, 2pm-8pm
Passing the Baton Festival Welcome to London will see communities performing together and sharing their cultures in a spirit of peace and harmony. This will be a great showcase of music, dance, languages and food of the world.
Inspired and Spirit-led Gospel Song a hit
Passing the Baton "Welcome to London" Gospel theme, arranged by Jacqui Manning, COGOP Praise & Worship Leader and performed by JSTAR Youth Group, Brent, featured in the official film to mark 100 days to go to the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games. The "100 Days" film includes people from the diverse communities in London giving their own welcome to the world.