Phoenix Community & Youth Project

Phoenix Community & Youth Project

Charity information

Phoenix Community & Youth Project

We provide two employability projects, one for NEET young People and the other for women and disabled adults. We also provide a junior and an adult disability social project. We also run a community cafe and childrens charity shop, giving valuable work experience to local people we provide a Pay it Forward scheme which allows customers to pay towards a drink or meal for someone less fortunate which we deliver in partnership with the local foodbank.

Founded 2012

  • Mission statement

    To act as a resource for young people up to the age of 25 and the wider community, providing support, assistance and organising programmes of Physical, Educational and other activities as a means of:
    Advancing life and helping young people by developing capacities and skills, capabilities to enable them to participate in society as independent, mature and responsible individuals.
    Advancing Education. Relieving Unemployment.
    Providing recreational and leisure time activity in the interests of social welfare for all people living in the area, regardless of their age, sexual orientation, gender, race, disability or social and economic circumstances.

  • Aims

    Phoenix Community & Youth Project aims to:

    • To provide an individualised personal development employability project to local people in order to support them to reach their fullest potential and secure either employment or further education
    • Provided a social and personal development to disabled children and adults in order to for them to develop lifeskills in order to live independent (semi) when their parents/carers are no longer able
  • Overview

    Established: January 2012

    Registered Charity Number: 1152481

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 3

    Phone number: 07714406280

    Address: 19 Stanley Street. Southport PR9 0BY

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