An exciting and innovative new cross-sector partnership.
The Young Camden Foundation is an exciting and innovative new cross-sector partnership, bringing the voluntary and community sector, businesses, funders and the public sector together as a community, to improve the opportunities and choices for Camden’s young people.
See below a selection of opportunities that may be available
FREE Yoga classes in KX for members of the community and potential to offer Yoga at your venue or for your young people?
FUNDING - Kitchen Social – Could you set up yourself as a hub and provide food provision - then funding is available!
FUNDING - Erasmus + for organisations working with young people outside formal education.
Calling all Young activists!! Amnesty International – Rights and Activism Club for young people age 11+
Healthy Futures - Council programme to support you to offer services that promote healthy living.
Free Yoga - YMCA King's Cross every Monday at 4.30 - 5.30pm
Ni and Tanya are two London based Yoga teachers running free weekly yoga classes for members of the community in London in recovery from addiction. The class is for CGL and SHP service users, but they would very much like to extend and diversify their outreach so get in touch if this is something that interests you.
Ni Hsieh - firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information - https://www.facebook.com/YogaRecoveryLondon/
This is an initiative from the Mayor’s fund. Kitchen Social works with mainly open access, local community-based organisations, to create an environment where children, young people and their families and carers can feel comfortable to play, explore new ideas, make new friends, learn and get a well-balanced meal during the holidays.
They are currently seeing organisations to set themselves up as hubs and be willing to provide 20 days of food provision throughout the year. To help hubs reach the right level of readiness and quality a support package which includes Holiday Provision Handbook and Training, cookbook, and a grant of £1200 per year for three years will be provided.
They have just 5 places available for their November 28 Training – so get in touch soon if this is of interest.
Erasmus + Youth Fund – Deadline 14 December
Erasmus+ is the EU Programme for lifelong learning. It supports activities in education, training, youth and sport across all sectors including Higher Education, Further Education, adult education, schools and youth activities. The aim is to boost skills and employability as well as to modernise education, training and youth work across Europe.
UCL x Amnesty International – Rights and Activism Club
The Amnesty International Society at University College London has set up an outreach programme. Created and run by UCL students, its aim is to teach young people, aged 11+, about human rights issues and abuses that are taking place around the world in order for them to become more knowledgeable, as well as making them aware of their own rights and teaching them to respect those of others. The aim is to encourage young people to think creatively and come up with campaigns; including things such as letter writing, information stalls or art exhibitions to show solidarity and spread awareness.
For more information, contact Nicole Orchard email@example.com
Health futures award offers support to organisations to bring together the different elements of improving health within one programme, providing a coherent health offer for young people aged 11 to 18 years; increasing their ability and confidence to make healthy choices for themselves both now and in the future. The programme ensures clear, consistent and evidenced-based health messages are being communicated to young people across the borough
For more information please contact Mike Mortlock at firstname.lastname@example.org