A CAMPAIGN FOR JUSTICE
Ryan Passey (1993 - 2017)
Ryan Passey - of Stourbridge, West Midlands - was callously murdered whilst enjoying a night out with friends in August 2017.
A few months later, in February 2018, his killer - who had admitted not only to stabbing Ryan but also fleeing the scene and attempting to dispose of the murder weapon - walked free from court without sentence or punishment.
Ryan, a popular, self-employed 24-year-old tradesman and footballer, received no justice that day, and his family, friends and the entire community around them have had to face the reality of life not only without their beloved Ryan, but without justice in his name, either.
As the UK faces an escalating National crisis of knife crime, with harrowing new stories and cases on an almost daily basis, we ask what message does Ryan's story send out to those who would seek to commit the same heartless, devastating crimes? What deterrent is there when a confessed killer can walk free?
So please, join us today as we campaign for justice in Ryan's name, and help us spread the word to #PutTheKnifeDown.
Please consider donating to our Campaign today ... and all of our heartfelt love and thanks to those who already have! Every single penny helps us as we aim to honour Ryan's memory in four key ways...
Help us in our fight against Knife Crime as we seek to CHANGE the law.
Our work will SUPPORT other victims of knife crime and their families.
Through legal action, we will continue to fight for JUSTICE in Ryan's name.
For Ryan's LEGACY, we will give back to the community & unite against knife crime.
You can donate securely to our Campaign via PayPal by clicking on the 'Donate' button below (or in the menu bar), or pledge directly to our BRAND NEW JustGiving Page by clicking HERE.
AND HELP US DEMAND CHANGE
Gill, Ade, Phil & all of Ryan's Family & Friends
We are very proud to offer a selection of items for sale, with all proceeds from every purchase going towards our campaigning to change knife law, to supporting the families and friends of its victims, and to our ongoing fight for justice in Ryan's name.