‘My family and I can’t thank you enough for everything you’ve done to ensure that Jo’s determination to change the world didn’t end with her murder.’ - Kim Leadbeater, Jo’s sister
Throughout her life, Jo worked on a wide range of issues both at home and abroad. Since 2016, The Foundation has brought to bear the goodwill of both the public and Jo’s networks to continue Jo’s campaigning on a diverse range of domestic and international issues.
In memory of Jo, The Foundation has supported Jo’s friends, family and colleagues to:
Strengthen our communities
Inspire women to enter public life
Further Jo’s international activism
Celebrate Jo’s Parliamentary career and the family life of MPs
Read more about the progress made in these areas in our short report 'Two Years On: The Jo Cox Foundation 2016-2018'.
From the appointment of the world’s first Loneliness Minister, to the £10 million Jo Cox Memorial Grants for her international interests and millions of people coming together across divides to celebrate the Great Get Together, it has been an amazing couple of years for the issues Jo cared most about.
To learn how the £1.5 million in public donations to Jo's fund has been used please visit The Jo Cox Fund.
(Photo on this page courtesy of the Huddersfield Examiner)