Helping children from disadvantaged backgrounds to enjoy outdoor summer activities and gain an appreciation of nature whilst enjoying wholesome fun activities.
Charity information: British Friends Of Chatzer Hakodesh Viznitz
Families on low income who will otherwise not have opportunities for their children to spend the summer holiday in an appropriate setting. When these children do not have access to day camp facilities, they may just spend their time at home or on aimlessly on the streets leading to stress an anti-social behavior.
Children will spend their day constructively and will feel a sense of purpose. This will greatly boost their self esteem and ensure that they return to school in autumn, healthy and happy.
Summer Day Camp
Activities» By providing children from low-income backgrounds with a summer day camp, which comprises of excursions &hands-on learning with a focus on nature.
Sucess: brocure of the summer activities including feedback from users, parents and school leaders in the community
This project will facilitate a smooth start for the coming academic year for children. This will help reduce anti-social behavior in the community and boost children's self esteem and well being. The brochure with the feedback will help demonstrate the lasting effect of the scheme on the users.
Risks would be low attendance rates. The risk has been reduced by a pre-assessment and survey, which has shown the strong interest from parents and children alike.
We will post online and via email the progress of the scheme and include statements from users (using their first names only...)
Budget - Project Cost: £30,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £7,000 Staff and training Salary and training £4,500 site rental site rental £4,700 sport sport and outdoor equipment £4,000 food providing meals £5,300 transport coaches for daily activities £3,000 outings museums, parks, theme parks £1,500 art art supplies
Stamford Hill and Tottenham london
Children and families from disadvantaged and low-income backgrounds
Our staff members have a keen awareness of the needs of the local community and liaise with local charities who are involved with helping these families throughout the year. This provides us with an understanding of the cultural and socioeconomic needs of the community
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mr Yisroel Leiber