We are raising money and have created a community to support Joseph with his treatment and recovery.

In May 2020, Joseph was due to attend Buckingham Palace to receive his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. Until 1st March 2020 Joe's life was full of Club Hockey, County Cricket, A Level's, Surfing, Skiing. You name it he did it, with passion, energy, and a cheeky grin.

On 1st March 2020, 18 years of energy and laughter came to an abrupt standstill when Joe was hit by a car and received a severe traumatic brain injury. 

This brought us together as a group of family, friends and supporters, with the shared aim of trying to make a difference to Joseph's future journey.


Dear all, at last we have an update for you – we are sorry it has been such a long time since we posted news on Joe's progress.


Firstly, Joe moved to Steps Rehabilitation in July this year and during the last 8 weeks, Joe has received a more comprehensive rehabilitation and physio programme. Unsurprisingly, his favourite activity is therapy in the hydro pool!


Joe is making some great progress; he is managing oral trials with stage 4 puréed food and a few sips of fluid. He also recently achieved a supported stand with one of the tremendous physio team. 


The visiting provision at the care unit is a huge improvement from the previous setting he was living in, and he can have frequent visits from his Mum and his family and friends are having the opportunity to spend time with him. Joe is LOVING the company of loved ones.

We are delighted to share that Joe was best man at the marriage of his cousin Jake in August and attended the wedding with his family. The beautiful day was filled with smiles galore from everyone! Joe was on the dance floor in his wheelchair and enjoyed one dance with the bridesmaids.

Last Friday, the home arranged for Joe and others to see the Para Ice Hockey at Sheffield Arena and of course, Joe wore his Nottingham Panthers kit with pride and a cheeky grin.

Joe is working so hard in every aspect of his rehabilitation; he truly is an inspiration. He is working on his speech but currently communicating using an alphabet spelling board. Thanks to all the money raised by his wonderful supporters, we are investing money into technology to assist Joe with his communication and to enable him to be in contact more easily with the world around him.

We are working with the medical professionals to make an informed decision on how best to invest the funds raised to support his recovery. We will keep you informed on any future investment we embark on. All the money raised will really help Joe receive additional support to assist him make the progress he is working so hard to achieve.

Joe has asked us to say a personal thank you to everyone for all the support, from the bottom of his heart.

We are planning our next fundraising for next year and would love everyone to be involved, we are hoping that Joe will be able to participate - after all, we know how much he loves a challenge! 

Keep following us for more updates, we promise to keep the updates coming more regularly ❤️

JJ’s Team 



3rd October 2021 


world tour

Joseph's Journey Goes On Tour

To celebrate Joe's 19th Birthday we are travelling (virtually) around the world, tracking  our progress and celebrating our goals with recipes and cocktails etc from the various countries we visit.

Latest activity!

42,000 miles later and we are delighted to share that we are nearing the finish line for this challenge with less than 2,000 miles to go. 

For the latest updates on the world tour, please visit our Facebook page.

Thank you everyone for all of your support so far, your contributions truly make a huge difference