Clapton Common Boys Club

Clapton Common Boys Club

Charity information

Clapton Common Boys Club

Clapton Common Boys Club provides enjoyable, action-packed after-school club and summer holiday programmes for disadvantaged and deprived children aged 3-17 years in Hackney.

Founded 2007

  • Mission statement

    Clapton Common Boys Club was set up as a 'foundation for recreation' for young disadvantaged boys in Hackney. Focused on tackling the high levels of local gang and youth crime, we serve 300 local boys, offering participation in extra-curricular activities and opportunities to develop their talents and interests in a constructive way.

    We provide enticing programmes in our brand new facilities for children and young people so as to develop their skills and abilities, to enhance their future employment prospects and to assist them in growing to full maturity as individuals and as members of society and so that their conditions of life may improve.

  • Aims

    Clapton Common Boys Club aims to:

    • To improve educational skills by providing a safe and structured programme in out-of-school hours, to enable the young people to keep up with their peer groups in and out of school.
    • To enable the young people to access mainstream training programmes and services in the future leading to improved employment opportunities to successful future prospects.
    • To support, develop and increase our participants’ talents, skills and capabilities to their maximum potential, as well as improving their social skills and emotional wellbeing.
  • Overview

    Established: October 2007

    Registered Charity Number: 1121347

    Board members: 5

    Part time staff: 6

    Volunteers: 36

    Phone number: 02088098171

    Address: 1 Belz Terrace E5 9SN

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