THE DOMINO PROJECT
This is a skills based social learning programme that has been developed, designed and delivered by individuals who have experienced the effects of a disrupted life style.
It is unique in its approach and is the only kind of programme currently being utilised.
It is an ongoing project
IDEAL Community Action
Years of addiction and social disadvantage can result in low self-esteem, and a lack of the skills and confidence needed to successfully manage their lives.
This projects aims to enable those that engage with it, to quicken their journey out of addiction and more securely establish and sustain their place in mainstream society.
By each person being involved from the beginning it gives a sense of ownership and helps people to rid themselves of the fear that is too often the main difficulty.
Enabling people to bridge the gap from chaos to stability and regain the skills and motivation
Activities» Engage individual will go through the 4 stages of the DOMINO and learn the specific skills together with the motivation to successfully complete it.
The increased engagement of the hardest to reach people and those who are severely dis advantaged and live on the margins of our society.
The DOMINO EFFECT, will enable more people to reach their goals and open up access to a wide range of our leading companies and educational facilities that are enjoyed by the majority of citizens.
Changes in systems and infrastructure that will reduce access to funding both private and public.
We have built lasting partnerships with leading organisations who give us their time and the use of major resources in kind and help us to be cost effective.
Through our website and a range of media.
Budget - Project Cost: £90,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £4,500 Venues to deliver training To cover volunteer expenses £85,500 Overall running costs To cover all running costs
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Garry Brandrick £5 Guaranteed
The City of Bristol and surrounding areas
Adults and young people who are dis advantaged and living in deprived, urban areas of Bristol.
We are a local user led charity which was founded by two local residents in January 2005 to reduce the harm to individuals and their communities from a range of inequality and poverty. We fully understand the needs of local people and the barriers they face on a day to day basis.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Co founder and head of projects and funding
Co founder and Development Manager