Starting work on Peter O’Sullevan House was a massive milestone as it completes the trio of IJF Rehabilitation centres across the country. We are absolutely delighted that the project is in Newmarket in the grounds of the British Racing School as this will mean jockeys can benefit from the resource and support that we can offer them from the very beginning of their careers until the end. We have some very loyal supporters who have backed the project from the early stages – in particular The Peter O’Sullevan Charitable Trust, The Thompson Family Charitable Trust, The Alborada Trust and the Racing Foundation.
We will need more support for the next 18 months and beyond so please do help if you can. The fund is reliant on the very kind and generous support we receive from racings followers to enable us to provide the help and support needed to our sports jockeys both past and present. We keep our overheads and administrative costs to a minimum to ensure the funds are used efficiently and on our sports men and women.Previous Next
Every donation received makes such a difference to us in enabling the Fund to continue its work. We are very grateful to all those who support us and we appreciate it enormously.I do hope you will continue to monitor our progress and stay updated via our website, news letters and social media channels on events and work of the Fund.
Lisa Hancock, CEO of The Injured Jockeys Fund