FLACK is a charitable social enterprise based in Cambridge. FLACK offers training, support and a voice to homeless people by involving them in the production of a monthly what’s on magazine.
FLACK works with the energy and potential of homeless people.
FLACK aims to improve the position of people with experiences of homelessness in society, by providing resources needed to facilitate homeless participants involvement in the magazine, thereby building their self-esteem, motivation and transferable skills.
Flack's primary objective is to enable homeless people to identify and achieve their aspirations.
Based on the outcomes from our pilot project FLACK expects to achieve the following outcomes over three years:
- 200 homeless people will report having increased confidence and self belief.
- 200 homeless people will have improved engagement in positive and meaningful activities leading to decreased destructive/ damaging behaviours.
- 38 homeless people will have gained voluntary or paid work.
- 500 Cambridge residents will report having increased understanding and a more positive attitude of homelessness.
FLACK Cambridge aims to:
- enabe homeless people to identify and realise their aspirations
- improve the perception of homeless people by themselves and the wider public
- rebuild homeless people self-efficacy and motivation
- enable the wider public to benefit from the contribution of homeless people
Established: April 2010
Registered Charity Number: 1136657
Board members: 6
Full time staff: 1
Part time staff: 3
Phone number: 01223 366532
Address: City Life House Sturton Street Cambridge CB1 2QFView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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