SRS received a grant of £8,670.00 to fund the continuation of its ‘Ways into Work’ project. The funding enabled the group to give service users advice on job searching issues, CV and covering letter assistance ultimately helping Refugee and Asylum Seekers find employment.Details
The West Berkshire Therapy Centre, based in Thatcham, has been providing exercise and therapy to people with mobility problems since 2014. With funding from Berkshire Community Foundation, the centre can continue to help over 230 people a week to be more active, safe and independent.Details
Beat Routes, based in Slough, gives young people a stimulating and positive environment to help them see that they can choose
a positive future. Through music and creative workshops, young people are inspired to learn and work on creative projects.
This project supported 141 families with young children in fuel poverty, by advising vulnerable and low income families of ways in which they can reduce their home energy costs and be more energy efficient.Details
Thursdays at Hurst Bowling Club, is full of noise, laughter and talking. It’s the day when the ‘Thursday Club’ gets together giving
the elderly, isolated and lonely members of Hurst a much needed opportunity to enjoy some company, conversation and of course, a game of bowls.
Adviza’s Energise Innovation Project addresses the root causes of young people becoming NEET (not in education, training or employment).
The project works with 14-15 year olds who are identified as having on average three to four risk-of-NEET indicators, including poor school attendance, disruptive or antisocial behaviour, family or mental health issues and low educational attainment.Details