Tuesday, 15 May 2012 00:00

National citizen servant

Although set up just three years ago, The Challenge Network will this year be the largest single provider of the government’s flagship National Citizen Service scheme.

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May is one of the busiest months at The Challenge Network. With fewer than 4 weeks to go before The Challenge programme kicks off, we are all very excited about delivering the programme to over 9000 young people across the country.

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Wednesday, 21 March 2012 00:00

A note from Craig Morley, Chief Executive

Building stronger communities and bringing people together is at the heart of all that we do. Collaboration with local partners enables a diverse range of people to come together and make a real difference in their local area.

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Thursday, 27 September 2012 00:00

A note from our CEO

 I hope you thoroughly enjoyed the Olympic and Paralympic Games. What I found the most encouraging was the ability of the Games to galvanize a sense of community between people from different backgrounds. In our own way, this is exactly what we are trying to do with our programmes The Challenge and The Challenge Society.

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Wednesday, 25 April 2012 00:00

A note from Craig Morley, Chief Executive

This month marked the 3rd anniversary of the founding of The Challenge Network as a charity.

Three years ago, we were preparing to pilot The Challenge programme in two London boroughs for 150 young people. Three years later, we are gearing up to deliver the programme to 10,000 young people across all London boroughs, Surrey, the West Midlands, Greater Manchester and Lancashire. All participants who complete The Challenge will join our recently launched graduate programme, The Challenge Society.

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We have now surveyed a majority of stakeholders from the 2011 Challenge programme, including parents, teachers and community partners.  The responses are very encouraging and include the following results:

97% of parents believe The Challenge programme is a good use of taxpayers money

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