Welcome to the Community and Youth Foundations in London website! We aim to showcase and support the charities who work with disadvantaged and inner city youth and their families throughout London. They work with the young in education, health, arts, the environment and so much more. All youth programmes are monitored for successful outcomes and cost-efficiency. This on-going analysis ensures they adjust to the changing needs of youth and families.
- Mentoring Projects
- Volunteer Support
- Community Grants
- Self Sufficiency
- Community Services
- Links and Resources
Here at the Community and Youth Foundation website we also look to enable those interested in making a difference to the lives of young people through volunteer support. We firmly believe that increased community involvement through volunteer participation and mentorship has a direct positive impact on both the children and volunteers who participate. Volunteers make our community a better place to live.
Community and Youth Foundations impact youth with positive mentorship, community interaction and recreation applications that inspire self-confidence, friendship, and integrity in the hearts of all participants, as well as volunteers and supporters.
Everyone involved is charged with helping young people discover their individual gifts and develop qualities that will help them become happy and contributing members of society.
These community and youth programmes make learning about life's challenges a fun and fulfilling experience for everyone involved.
Community and Youth Foundations in London, Charity Support for Inner City Youth
Welcome to the Community and Youth Foundations in London website. The aim of this site is to provide a forum for charity workers and volunteers who work with young people to identify, discuss and share ideas, network and much more. As this resource grows it will provide a comprehensive and searchable database of those working with young people from throughout the London area.
Our overall objective is to showcase and support the charities who work with disadvantaged and inner city youth and their families. We do this in a number of ways, by putting you in touch with these community organisations, by providing information concerning the work that they do, and by providing practical help to people thinking about volunteering and those funding donors interested in providing financial help to these community and youth foundations.
There are a number of government backed grant giving initiatives that support programmes for young people between the ages of 11 and 20 years old. To be eligible for a grant the programme conveners had to identify projects or activities that would help young people gain new experiences and thereby provide them with an identifiable development pathway or lifelong learning plan. The majority of support organisations were able to quantify the beneficial effects of the involvement of young people in their programmes. This has been demonstrated in the area of outcomes and benefits for young people as well as benefits for their wider communities.
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This website has nothing to do with the South East London Community Foundation. For more information on the South East London Community Foundation, which became the Capital Community Foundation, please contact them directly at 357-359 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5QY.
You can telephone them on 020 7582 5117 or email them at email@example.com.