Thursday, 03 October 2013 14:44

Social Action September

Young people spent their September weekends volunteering and carrying out community campaigns as part of National Citizen Service. Over 4,000 social action projects have been carried out in partnership with over 2,000 community organisations across London, Surrey, the West Midlands, Greater Manchester and Lancashire. 

Social action projects are a great way for young people to meet and build relationships with people from different backgrounds. They also enable young people to take positive action on a local issue that they feel passionate about.

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Thursday, 03 October 2013 14:29

Big Lottery Fund supports East London project

The Challenge Network has been awarded £120,000 from the Big Lottery Fund to carry out a 3 year project with young people from East London. The money will enable young people to become active citizens within their local communities as part of a personal development programme which will support them in delivering social action projects that make a real difference to local people. 

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