Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust

Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust

Charity information

Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust

We are a faith based mentoring organisation which offers support to young men, aged 15-25 years, leaving prison. Our aim is to help resettle them back into the community and ultimately to reduce reoffending by drawing on the riches, wisdom and support of their faith. We recruit volunteers and train them as mentors. Once trained they are matched with a young man who they then support ‘through the gates’ into the community.

Founded 2004

  • Mission statement

    Our Vision:
    To enable young men, on their release from prison, to draw on the riches, wisdom and support of their faith; so that by mentoring and guidance they may be inspired and encouraged to enjoy crime-free lives and to make a positive contribution to society.

  • Aims

    Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust aims to:

    • In partnership with faith communities, the Prison Service and other appropriate organisations we aim to provide care and support for young offenders of any faith or none.
    • Foster the personal growth and development of those we support, helping them build stable relationships within a faith or other supportive community, so they come to lead fulfilling lives.
    • Help the young men not to re-offend by arranging for their practical needs for successful living to be met.
  • Overview

    Established: February 2004

    Registered Charity Number: 1106260

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 4

    Volunteers: 31

    Phone number: 02088445028

    Address: HMP Feltham Chaplaincy TW13 4ND

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