To reduce isolation, promote wellbeing and develop employability skills
The funding helped to purchase and install work benches to enable working in socially distanced groups, work experience kits for trainees, cleaning equipment and cost for city taxis so individuals could access the project.
Overall 10, 16-24 year olds benefitted from this project as they were vulnerable in a number of areas such as; mental ill-health, learning disability, unemployment, care leaver, experiences of multiple ACES, Asylum Seeker, ex-offender (at risk of further offence).
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To help young people with the ever increasing demand in support with mental health including anxiety, grief, trauma and psychological effects of isolation
Football Unites Racism Divides Educational Trust
Football Unites Racism Divides Educational Trust will aim to reduce violent crime and anti-social behaviour by providing positive role models, relationship building with individuals and families, diversionary activities and a committed cohort of community volunteers.