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Weʼre raising £50,000 to help 50 young people per year get out of crime by acquiring British Computer Society accreditation in European Computer Driving Licence.

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AfCD is a pan-London non-profit making organisation which aims to create opportunities for young people in London. There has been a sharp increase in knife crime which required communities to take action.

We want to provide training and employability program of 12 weeks for 16-24 year olds who are ex-offenders or could be lead into a life of crime. The program aim to motivate, build confidence, reduce anti-social behaviour and crime. The program include: Business Improvement Techniques, ICT, Customer Service, Administration, Health Promotion, Financial Management, Project Management etc.

We strongly believe this program will engage young people, raise aspirations and wellbeing which would leave a positive impact on those in disadvantaged communities.

Your donations will enable us to provide young people with valuable skills, range of career choices and prevent them from offending or re-offending thus make a difference in their lives.

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