Project funded by Northamptonshire Community Foundation
2017 was a very busy year! Baking, car boots, bowling, ice skating, stalls and much much more!
In April 2017 Right Resolution was awarded funding from the Northamptonshire Community Foundation through the Queens Institute.
The funding was to run a project for one year which encouraged young people creating, organising and implementing initiatives and events to help raise funds. The funds were then spent on social activities for the young people.
Young people also had the opportunity to gain a Level 1 award called the Volunteer Passport. This covers areas such as health and safety, equality and diversity, first aid and working with people.
Over the year approximately £500 was raised which meant lots of exciting opportunities for social activities!
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We are constantly keeping an eye out for any information that may affect young people leaving care. Here are some of the articles we've come across.
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