The Karis Project provides supported accommodation and floating support for young mums and their children, and single women aged 16-30. Our service users have been homeless and are overcoming areas of vulnerability including poor mental wellbeing, domestic violence or isolation.
This project is on-going
Charity information: Oasis Aquila Housing
The project provides accommodation and support to young women and their children who require additional support. Many of the women we support are fleeing domestic violence and need to make a new start for themselves and their children.
The women and children live in their own tenancy and support workers visit their home to provide practical help and advice.
Relieve homelessness among women and children in Gateshead
Activities» Provide housing and support to young women and their children who are at risk of homelessness
Success will be relieving homelessness for up to 42 women and children per annum.
Long term changes this project will bring about include stability and securtity for women aged 16-30 and their children.
Risks to the project include engagement of the women in recieving support from the project and ensuring the tenancies are amanged appropriately. We deal with these risks by putting in place a clear warning system regarding non engagment.
We will report to donors on a monthly basis.
Budget - Project Cost: £126,418Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £43,895 Staffing inc salaris and pension £48,642 Projects costs property costs and maintainance £33,881 service user costs welfare, activities, refurbishment adn new developments
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Supporting People £63,528 Guaranteed Rent and service charge £49,486 Guaranteed Grants & donations £1,000 Guaranteed
This project is based in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.
Young homeless women and their children.
We have successfully run projects to house vulnerable and homeless women and children for over 25 years in Gateshead.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
I have come a long way with the help and support from Karis Project