Weʼve raised £0 to sustain our youth projects in Nuneaton
- Closed on Thursday, 29th December 2016
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“Aspire In Arts” is a not for profit organisation led by JNC qualified youth workers. We have a vast amount of experience of working with young people. We set up Aspire In Arts because we were very aware that youth services were in decline and there was very limited opportunities for local young people. Our weekly youth sessions provide young people with a safe space to hang out with their friends, make new friends and take part in various activities such as cooking, mixed martial arts, sports, arts and crafts, issue based workshops, volunteering projects and trips. During this youth session each week we work with on average 60 young people aged 11+.
We currently deliver three projects across Nuneaton:
Monday at The Pavillion in Hartshill from 3:15-5:15
Tuesday at St Peters Church in Galley Common 4:30-6:30
Wednesday at United Reformed Church in Nuneaton town centre 4pm-6pm.
The projects have the full support of their local communities with one parent stating, “It is amazing that something has finally happened for the young people in this area. Nobody has ever put something on for the older ones and this project has shown just how much it is needed".
All our projects are subject to funding, therefore there is no guarantee we are able to continue the project once the funding has come to an end.
Our vision is to raise as much money as possible to continue all three projects for our young people or use it towards match funding when applying for additional funding.
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