What Do We Do?​

We help British children and young people access medical treatment and equipment that does not fall under the umbrella of the NHS. We also carry out acts of kindness in Joni's name; to keep her giving spirit alive and her name in the hearts of those who need us most. 

Want To Get Involved?

You can get involved by arranging an event - big or small, by attending events, by donating or simply by spreading the word! 
See our Events page for more information on where you can join us!

How Do We Apply For Help?
We require all families to fill in our form. All requests are considered very carefully by our small team of trustees. We strive to do our very best, however, not all funding requests are appropriate. We will let you know within a week whether your request has been successful.

Why Do We Do What We Do?

All of our fundraising and acts of kindness are inspired by Joni-Mai Stevens. Joni was a beautiful little nine-year old from Hornchurch in Essex. At just five years old, she was diagnosed with a rare primary bone cancer called Ewing's Sarcoma. Sadly, after a long battle, in 2015, she fell asleep for the last time. Her courage and kindness spurred us on to create something amazing in her name.

Long Live Joni's Army!