Stand Against Violence
Stand Against Violence (SAV) is a national charity working to prevent violence in the UK. The charity was founded in 2005 by Adam Fouracre following the tragic murder of his brother Lloyd Fouracre.
Predominantly SAV focuses on primary prevention of violence through education, delivering to thousands of young people each year from ages 4-25yrs.
In addition to their youth workshops, SAV have developed business training to help organisations prevent workplace bullying and develop employees’ skills in effective communication and conflict resolution. Profit from their business training is reinvested back into the work of the charity enabling them to reach more young people.
SAV firmly believes that violence is preventable and strives to achieve this.