IT’S TIME FOR CHANGE

#DROPTHEKNIFE

Everest Climb Against Knife Crime

Everest Base Camp Height = 5380m

Victims hospitalised from knife crime last year = 5380

“Every Metre That We Climb Is For A Victim Of Knife Crime”

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increase in knife crime 2017-2018

Offences last year involving a knife

Knife assaults that caused injury

DROP THE KNIFE CIC & CHARITY MISSION

CIC Number 11711027
A CIC and Charitable Trust set up in aid of Knife Crime Prevention.  Delivering immersive and powerful education experiences designed to prevent young people from joining a life of gang violence and knife crime. Helping to relieve the family and community devastation carrying knifes and weapons causes.
Our Mission

WHAT WE OFFER

We offer a range of packages to schools and students. Please click below to view further details of our service and the packages we offer.
Our Services

1 knife attack every 16 minutes is happening on our streets today.

Knife Crime is the fastest growing killer of young people today…  yet the government aren’t acting.  Instead, they have cut our policing budget by £700 million, slashed our police force by 20,000 officers and reduced stop and search powers.

With gang culture being glorified and street violence on the rise, this epidemic is spreading, it’s leaving more mothers to mourn their children and so much future potential wasted.

The Drop The Knife Community Interest Company and Charitable Trust was established to tackle the issue at the cause. Not through expensive reactive measures that the government keep trying (and failing) to deliver, but by being pro-active.

Established in 2018 after Will Flint endured a brutal knife attack whereby he very nearly lost his life, DTK are on a mission to reduce the knife crime epidemic.

Currently raising money to bring an innovative and effective program to UK schools, discouraging our youth from a life of violence and reduce knife crime: the fastest growing killer on our streets.

The money will be spent on educating young people on the effects of knife crime and the damage it causes to victims and their families.

We are delivering an array of innovative and engaging learning programs to young people in schools.  Through VR learning experiences, live seminars and knife defence workshops, we are working to deliver these across the UK.

If you too are passionate about the cause you can pledge your support and donate by clicking the link below and supporting the movement.

It’s time for change #DROPTHEKNIFE

Will Flint

Will Flint

Chairman

Brian Reeves

Brian Reeves

Operations Director

Wendy Gledhill

Wendy Gledhill

Finance Manager

Will Flint

Will Flint

Chairman

Brian Reeves

Brian Reeves

Operations Director

Wendy Gledhill

Wendy Gledhill

Finance Manager

Amy Russell

Amy Russell

Content Coordinator

Hezron Brown

Hezron Brown

Delivery Partner

Everest Base Camp – Sponsored Climb

“Every Metre We Climb Is For A Victim Of Knife Crime” Location: Base Camp, Mount Everest, Nepal Height: = 5380m (The same number of people admitted to hospital last year as a result of knife violence) Date: 18th October, 2019 1 Knife Crime Now Happens On Our Streets...

Drop The Knife Launch School Program

Drop The Knife have now confirmed 6 schools for their latest delivery program backed by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner.  More info to follow soon!

Drop The Knife Is Established

Will Flint sets up and established Drop The Knife today. A charitable organisation set up to reduce knife crime in the UK, which is currently at an all time high.

BECOME A SPONSOR

You can pledge your support and donate to our mission and work below or by clicking here

All proceeds go towards Supporting The Drop The Knife C.I.C’s work in helping to prevent knife crime.

For any donations of £10 per month we will send you an Official Sponsor’s Wristband for you to show your support for the movement.

Thank you on behalf of the team.

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Use the form below to get in touch, we appreciate any support you can offer.

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Supported by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commission