The Damien Molony Forum and Suspects TV Show fanpage are fundraising for child victims of crime – donate to win exclusive Suspects prizes personalised by Damien and show creators!



Damien’s third series as DS Jack Weston has just kicked off, and we invite you to join us in an important fundraiser for the chance to win some very special Suspects goodies, personalised by Damien himself!

Suspects is a British crime television series produced by Newman Street Productions, part of Fremantle Media, for UK broadcaster Channel 5. It is fictionalised drama, but police advisers are involved in the creation of the programme. The storylines reflect real issues and crimes facing the police today and highlight the ordeals of the victims of those crimes, many of whom are children and young people.

Suspects has inspired us to raise awareness of and help fundraise for a charity offering specialist support to young victims of crime, Embrace CVOC.

We’re giving away all of these awesome one-of-a-kind Suspects goodies in our prize draw:

1. Jack Weston promo photo (12″ x 8″) personalised by Damien with: ‘Jack Weston DS,’Strutting’, June 2014′
Jack Weston 'Strutting'

2. Jack Weston promo photo (12″ x 8″) personalised by Damien with: ‘Jack Weston DS, ‘cold, hungry, crime fighter’ June 2014′

3. Jack Weston, Charlie Steele, Martha Bellamy promo photo (12″ x 8″) personalised by Damien with:
”The 3 Musketeers’ ‘The 3 Amigos”

4. Suspects Series 1 DVD personalised by Damien with: ‘kiss x3’

5. 2 x Jack Weston promo photos (12″ x 8″) autographed by Damien


6. Jack Weston, Charlie Steele, Martha Bellamy promo photo (12″ x 8″) autographed by Damien

7. Damien filming photo (6″ x 4″) autographed by Damien

8. Damien and Luke Newberry filming photo (6″ x 4″) autographed by Damien

9. 3 x copies of Suspects Series 2 DVD autographed by Paul Marquess and Kara Manley

10. 3 x copies of Suspects Series 1 & 2 DVD autographed by Paul Marquess and Kara Manley

11. Suspects ‘Detectives goodies’ including exclusive Suspects notebook, pen and phone charger






If you enjoy Suspects but would also like to help make a difference to the lives of the children and young people affected by crime in real life, please consider making a donation to this very worthy charity and help us raise as much as possible!

Every penny donated will go towards Embrace CVOC and every donation makes a difference.

Not only that, every donation will be entered into a draw for the chance to win one of the above prizes!

The closing date for the prize draw is midnight, 10 February. Winners will be picked on #WestonWednesday 11 February.


As Jack Weston would say… Let’s hurry on this one!

Thank you…….

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About Embrace CVOC

Embrace CVOC is the only charity in the UK that focuses solely on supporting young victims of crime. They provide practical and emotional support to help those up to the age of 18 recover from life-changing crime. Often those traumatised by crime – directly or indirectly – need help to ‘move on’ and restore self-esteem. Sadly, they are often forgotten. The charity offers peer group support for young victims of crime and their families, individual counselling therapy, personal grants, experience days, family breaks (UK and Disney) and ‘cheer up’ gifts; including tickets to the UK’s most popular theme parks.

Chloe Swift, Fundraising and Marketing Manager for Embrace CVOC said: “We’re so grateful to all of our supporters like the Damien Molony Forum who are helping to raise funds for our charity. Embrace CVOC provides a range of practical and emotional support for child victims of crime which is vital for their recovery. Last year we helped over 1,000 children, and as the saying goes, every little helps, so thanks to fundraisers like yourselves and all whom take part in this fantastic donation incentive, we’ll be able to help many more young victims of crime!”

For details and more info on how to donate visit our Just Giving fundraiser page here

To comment or ask questions about donations, prizes, the charity or anything else, visit the forum here