Our Future Generations project aims to help the next generation of care leavers gain important life-skills, improve their health and wellbeing in order to create more resilient individuals to be part of a stronger community.
In 2018 the Department of Health established that there were 53,420 children and young people in the care system. This is a huge number of young people who could need extra support which they may not receive through the care system, so we decided to team up with Children in Need to form a first-of-its-kind project aiming to help young people in care aged between 10-17 to improve their life chances through improving their self-confidence, communication skills and enhancing their life skills.
For lockdown 3.0 we have created an activity calendar for those wanting to set themselves a challenge everyday. The calendar includes activities like; Painting a picture, reading a book, completing 20 minutes of exercise and so much more. Download the Calendar today!
See full details for drop-in sessions below:
- Tuesday – 4:00pm-6:00pm
- Thursday – 4:00pm – 6:00pm
- Reech Community Hub
For more information please email [email protected]