Spark Inside runs coaching programmes in prisons across London and the South East, to encourage rehabilitation and reduce reoffending.
Reducing reoffending benefits all of us. It means there is less crime, fewer victims, safer communities.
Our expert coaches are qualified and trained professionals. You can find out more about the impact of our coaching programmes at www. Sparkinside. Org
We run coaching programmes in prisons that encourage rehabilitation and reduce reoffending. We help make transformational changes in prisons and unlock the potential of people in prison to ultimately lead fulfilling lives.
The Conversation is our systems coaching programme that brings together large groups of prison staff and prisoners in a facilitated group coaching process to enhance their relationships, improve empathy, and support sustained, positive cultural change on prison wings.
Hero’s Journey is our structured life coaching programme for young people aged 15-25, in prison and through-the-gates, building their motivation to change, decreasing in-prison violence and creating a pro-social identity away from crime to reduce reoffending.
We know almost everyone in prison wants to choose a different path. Spark Inside believes that everyone should have the opportunity to achieve their potential, so they can contribute to our society.
We envision a world where people live safe, harm-free lives and everybody contributes positively to their communities.
Spark Inside aims to:
- Our Hero’s Journey programme for 15-to-25-year-old boys and men builds their motivation to create a positive future-self, away from crime. It reduces in-prison violence, and reoffending post release.
- The Conversation focuses on creating systemic change in prison, where large groups of prison staff and prisoners build a safer, more rehabilitative prison environment.
- We help make transformational changes to the lives of those who live and work in prisons across London and the South East.
- Our project life coaching for young black men is being spearheaded by a member of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation network and has been awarded a matching grant. www.schusterman.org
Established: January 2012
Registered Charity Number: 1148420
Board members: 9
Full time staff: 9
Phone number: 020 3468 0706
Address: 27 Tavistock Square WC1h 9hhView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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