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It all started with a drummer

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It all started with a drummer

 

2007 - Phil meets Emma Thompson

It all started when drummer Phil Knight met the actress Emma Thompson at a fundraising party. They got talking and Emma ended up inviting Phil to an event in London put on by the Helen Bamber Foundation... It was called 'Journey' and it told the story of a young girl trafficked from Moldova. It blew Phil away and was the catalyst for him to try and help in the only way he knew .

2009 - Drum For Life

Phil spent a year planning an event he called 'Drum For Life'. His plan was to drum for four and a half days in Leicester Square to 1800 songs and break a world record in aid of Helen Bamber. After four and a half tough days with no sleep, Phil did it and broke the world record. He never claimed the record, as on the day he broke the record he had a massive hug with the girl whose story inspired him. 
And that was Just Enough...

2011 - The EVERYDAY Project

After the success of Drum for Life, Phil had a simple idea. He was to lock himself in a small shipping container in Camden for two solid weeks with only a few essentials to live on; no mobile phones or devices would be allowed, just a Sharpie pen and a bouncy ball for company. This was to make people think about what it might be like to feel isolated from the world as a trafficked person might be. It worked... The project had over 6000 hits on a webcam set up in the box and got the attention of the world's media, including CNN and the BBC. It left Phil very broken and depressed as he had been completely on his own for two weeks. He worked incredibly hard to pull himself back, with the help of his wife Charlie, and realised that what had happened to him after only two weeks in the box was nothing compared to what it must be like for a person who is trafficked for real...

2012 and Onward - The Charity

Just Enough UK focuses on Prevention. After 'The EVERYDAY Project, Phil was asked to do a few talks in schools around London about why he did these events and campaigns. The kids loved the story telling, from being in the Box, the long drumming and all the story telling. So Phil decided to set up a charity that could spread the message further. So here we are! Educating thousands of children every year from the humble beginnings in 2013 with just Phil we now employ over 30 members of staff across the UK and are moving into new countries across the world... Yay!!!

 
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We will never shock


We will never shock

We will never shock


We will never shock

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