Our new partnership with Community Driving School

During lockdown we met John Nicholson, CEO of the Community Driving School (CDS) via a zoom call, and the rest - as they say - is history!

John changes lives with back to work training and driving courses to make people more employable.

Formed in 2016, the aim of CDS is to allow those on a low wage, unemployed, young carers and students access to jobs previously beyond them and discourage people from driving illegally by accessing funds to assist pay for lessons and obtain a valid UK Driving Licence.

Our partnership has started with our CEO Keeley having driving lessons and working towards completing her theory test to pass her driving test. Yes, she's stepping up to show it can be done!

We are very excited about our future plans and will both help each other to raise awareness of our charities and support our local communities the best way we can. Joining Hands ... Joining Forces!

Adam's Beard to Sheared fundraiser raises an amazing £300!

Meet Adam, one of our lovely local community wardens from Kent County Council. Adam wanted to help us in raising some much needed funds for our small charity.

Adam pledged to grow his beard until 13th March when we shaved it all off completely! What a man to let a bunch of women anywhere near his beloved facial hair. AND if that wasn't enough, he also let us wax both legs! OUCH! 

Take a look at at the 'sheared' event on our Facebook page.

We would like to thank Adam and everyone who donated much love and a huge thank you for supporting Adam's Just Giving campaign. Your donations will help us to make a change in our community. Love Hairless Adam & JHJH team x

Support us through Amazon Smile! 🙂

We are pleased to announce you can now support JHJH by shopping at AmazonSmile.

How does AmazonSmile work?

Each time a customer shops at smile.amazon.co.uk, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT and other shipping fees) of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Joining Hands Joining Hearts. There is no additional cost or charge to customers or charities for this.

Let's get shopping! If you do use Amazon Smile, please do let us know so we can share more about this fantastic initiative.


Swale Borough Council 

Keeley Beaney wins Volunteering Contribution to Community Safety award 2019

Optivo - Families On Our Doorstep/Foundations

Foundations (formerly Families on our Doorstep), is a lottery funded project providing courses and learning opportunities for parents and carers living in Swale.

This video features Keeley in her journey.


'Social Impact Award in the London and South East region'

Kent Online JHJH

Kent Online

'Keeley Nash is providing support to abuse victims in Kemsley'

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Festival of Learning

'Social Impact Award - 2017 Regional Winner'


Swale Borough Council

Voluntary Project of the Year 2017– Sittingbourne Community Wardrobe


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