Supporting Youth Work in Saltash
Livewire Youth Project and k3 Youth Centre provide local young people with a variety of positive activities, provided by a trained and qualified team of youth workers - Our aim for this project is to raise much needed funding to help pay for programme and activities within the two youth projects
June 2014 - June 2014
Livewire Youth Project
Young people need positive activities to engage them and provide a distraction from other activities that are problematic, for example chaotic drug and alcohol use, anti social behaviour. and crime.
By providing a budget to help pay for specialist activities instructors (Sport, Dance, Music) and off site activities.
Raise funds to deliver a quality youth work programme in the Saltash area at Livewire & k3
Activities» One of our youthworkers Simon will be taking part in The Roseland August Trail (RAT) on 17th August - from St Anthony’s Head to Porthpean.
By raising a minimum of £1,000 which will be used to provide activities for local young people
By engaging with local young people we seek to address the many complex issues faced by young people
Non completion of the sponsored run - Simon is training hard for this event
Budget - Project Cost: £1,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £500 Livewire To provide additional summer holiday activities £500 K3 To provide additional summer holiday activities
Saltash is considered the gateway to Cornwall and is the biggest demographic population (no city) in Cornwall
Young people aged 13 to 21
Saltash Youth Work team are the only informal providers of youth work within the town
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Simon is a youth support worker at Livewire and K3