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JORDS ANNOUNCES FREE SCHOOL UNIFORM INITATIVE WITH LAUNCH OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

30 Aug 2021

New social enterprise, Pickni Uniforms, has partnered with Universal Music’s UK Task Force for Meaningful Change to launch the Free School Uniform initiative.

Founded by Croydon rapper Jords and Jahmal Rowe the scheme aims to provide hundreds of secondary school children on free school meals with a free school blazer. كيف تلعب بينجو

One in five parents have suffered financial hardship as a result of purchasing their child’s school uniform. The Free School Uniform (FSU) initiative will be available to families who claim free school meals within the borough of Croydon, which, according to government statistics, makes up 22 per cent of students in the borough.

Jords said, “As the well-known saying goes ‘it takes a village to raise a child’, and we should be working to ease the pressure that parents and carers feel. It’s my honour to be able to help out in any way possible”. العاب النت الحقيقيه

Afryea Henry-Fontaine, Fay Hoyte and Jade Richardson, co-chairs of the UK Task Force for Meaningful Change, say, “We know how passionate Jords is about making real change. The Task Force has been inspired by his drive and sense of duty, so it was important for us to support him and this indisputably essential project. سباق احصنة

The FSU initiative is set to launch in September 2021 and can be found on the Pickni Uniforms website. 

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