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Active Essex Foundation

3030 Essex

We are encouraging you to get active for 30 minutes for the 30 days of June - your way! Your donations for the 3030 Essex campaign will go towards the Active Essex Foundation.
Closed on 07/31/2019
Charity Registration No: 1166665

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We are extremely grateful for every donation to the Active Essex Foundation and for this years campaign we are suggesting that those taking part might like to raise £1, for every day of the 3030 campaign.

If 10 people raise £30 throughout the campaign then the £300 could be used to train new sports leaders who can go onto inspire communities across Essex to get physically active

If 100 people raise £30 throughout the campaign then the £3000 could be used to create a sport and physical activity programme to engage local people who are suffering poor mental health

If 200 people raise £30 throughout the campaign then the £6000 could be used to support a group of individuals with disabilities take part in weekly sport and physical activity sessions .

Thanks to generous donations from funders and individuals taking part in the 3030 challenge last year in the past 12 months the Active Essex Foundation has been able to have a positive impact on the local communities, getting groups active and involved in a range of sport and physical activities. We have worked in partnership with a number of grass roots organisations to develop projects across Essex that engage young people who suffer from a number of inequalities including poor mental health, those involved in or at risk of becoming involved in the criminal justice system, those living in areas of high deprivation, those who may lack positive role models and those who are not in education, employment or training.

In the past 12 months we have:

Engaged 568 people in sport and physical activity projects

Delivered 8 projects that have been co-designed with local communities to ensure that local needs are truly met, engaging young people, families, those suffering from poor mental health, those with disabilities and some of the most marginalised groups

Delivered 3 Community Sport festivals that were co-designed with local communities themselves, engaging over 300 young people

Supported the development of 3 youth ambassador programmes

Delivered a Fit and Fed programme, engaging 40 young people in a school holiday programme aimed at engaging young people in positive activities and providing them with a nutritious meal to overcome the growing issue of holiday hunger

Supported 20 young females who were at risk of being excluded from school

Trained 20 young Sports Leaders who are inspiring their local community to get active and are acting as positive role models for those that they work with

Supported the development of the autism friendly gym at the Brentwood Leisure Trust and funded fitness instructor training for a young person with autism himself so that he could take a lead on the gym sessions

For more information on the work of the Active Essex Foundation then please check out our website.

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About the charity

Active Essex Foundation
Active Essex Foundation

We aim to inspire communities to become more active & lead healthier, happier lives - We want to strengthen & unify communities by breaking down the barriers to inequality & reducing the impact of crime & anti-social behaviour using physical activity.

Charity Registration No: 1166665

http://www.activeessexfoundation.org

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+ £2.50 Gift Aid

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3030 Essex

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