£5,000 distributed to 6 delivery partners
Haringey Council awarded Changing Lives grants in December 2023.
See here for details. The grants were awarded to
- You vs You
- Dalmar Heritage and Family Development
- Community Cook Up
- HR Sports Academy
- Sewn Together
- Community Development Association for Minority Communities. (May be this King Charles supported outfit – here).
The award winners get a total of £5,000 and will identify the needs and steps of individual people who may receive anything between £50 to total of £750, as a single or multiple grants to support their journey.
Mind in Haringey information for You vs You here
“.. a positive approach to support the development of all young people. Youvsyou wants to support people to have bright futures, enjoy fulfilling lives and realise their potential through positive relationships and exciting opportunities. it Plans to create communities that enable young people to thrive and flourish to be hopeful, focused and successful.
Wednesdays: Social Football for adults and youth 4pm to 6pm and 7pm to 9pm
One Day a month: Ice skating with the youth
One day a month: Swimming with the youth
One day a month: Visiting London landmarks”
Dalmar Heritage and Family Development here
“a Somali community organisation. We provide a wide range of services to people in Enfield and Haringey, with an emphasis on training, education and personal development.”
Community Cook Up here
“We promote solidarity and wellbeing in our local community- coming together to share food and ideas.”
HR Sports Academy here
“dedicated to improving, increasing and promoting opportunities for children and young people in sport, fitness and physical activity. We want to ensure young people live healthy and active lives and be the best they can be by providing them with the best resources possible. HR Sports Academy was created in July 2008 with the aim of reducing conflict within the London borough of Haringey by providing sporting opportunities that bring different groups of young people together. “
Sewn Together here
“The Sewn Together workshops provide mainly women from minority groups with a secure and safe space to learn a craft – honouring heritage and culture. It’s been replicated online with huge success, with engaging course content and tuition from expert facilitators and professional artisans. Content ranging from book binding, pattern cutting and upcycling – to how to start up a business. “
Community Development Association for Minority Communities. (May be this King Charles supported outfit – here